How Did I Begin?
By Mick Manning, Brita Granström
If you choose to share 'the facts of life' with children at a young age, this is the perfect book to do so. It gently guides the reader through each stage of a child's development within the womb with charming illustrations and simple explanations, inviting lots of discussion and providing answers to all those questions. Shortlisted for the Junior Science Book Award (now the Royal Society's Science Prize).
How Would You Survive as a Viking
By Jacqueline Morley
Hoorah for Mary Seacole
By Trish Cooke, Anni Axworthy
Mary is a brave nurse. When a war starts in the Crimea she sails across the sea to help, and even enters the battlefield!Hopscotch Histories are brand new stories in historical settings, told in under 400 words, perfect for children who are building up their reading confidence
Hopscotch Histories: Tutankhamun and the Golden Chariot
By Damian Harvey, Graham Philpot
Young Tutankhamun is given a golden chariot, but he's not allowed to ride it outside the palace gates. How can he prove himself the greatest chariot racer?Hopscotch Histories are brand new stories in historical settings, told in under 400 words, perfect for children who are building up their reading confidence.
By Sue Graves, Belinda Worsley
Harry got a new hat for his birthday. But will he ever be allowed to wear it?
The Human Body
By Peter Riley
Healthy Teeth: Do I have to go to the Dentist?
By Pat Thomas, Lesley Harker
A First Look at going to the dentist looks at what it is to go to the dentist. It is a gentle introduction on why you need to look after your teeth and how to do it.
By Sally Morgan
By Kaye Stearman
Growing up involves making decisions and taking responsibility over your life. Each book in this series explores an issue that may affect young people's lives. The books are aimed directly at children and provide support to them and also to parents and teachers. Talk About conveys information about issues in a way that children may experience them first or second hand.
By Rasamandala Das
Hopscotch Myths: Romulus and Remus
By Mick Gowar, Andrew Breakspeare
A wolf finds baby twins abandoned in the woods and raises them as her own. As they grow up, they can't stop fighting. Both of them want to build a great new city, but only one of them will succeed ...
Having Fun With Collage
By Sarah Medina
Let's Do Art: Having Fun with Collage uses a variety of techniques to carry out a range of simple projects.In doing so readers investigate different kinds of art, craft and design enabling them to explore and develop their ideas eg an event in their lives, or a natural object.Projects are easy enough for children to achieve alone, with minimal adult assistance.
Houses and Homes
By Ruth Nason
An engaging introduction to local geography studies.
Held to Ransom
By Anthony Masters, Tim Sell
Nicola ran back to the hotel -- straight into the arms of her kidnappers! HELP! She struggled to get free as the gang dragged her into the back of the car and sped off at high speed. What did the kidnappers want? Could Nicola escape?
Humpty Dumpty's Great Fall
By Alan Durant, Leah-Ellen Hemming
Humpty Dumpty is a broken egg beside a wall. Was he pushed? This looks like another nursery crime!
Hopscotch Histories: Eric Bloodaxe the Viking King
By Damian Harvey, Ross Collins
Eric Bloodaxe is a fierce Viking. A shepherd boy must deliver a special helmet to Eric before he is crowned king. Can he find Eric in time?Hopscotch Histories are brand new stories in historical settings, told in under 400 words, perfect for children who are building up their reading confidence.
By Honor Head
An ideal introduction to the celebration of festivals for children aged 4-7 in Foundation Stage and KS1 classes. This book describes the story behind the festival and how people prepare for Harvest. It shows how people around the world celebrate it and the special foods they eat. Attractively designed, its simple text and wonderful full-colour photos make this an essential resource in every Early Years setting. 'Did You Know?' boxes highlight interesting and unusual facts to give further points for children and adults to discuss.