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P is for Paris

By Paul Thurlby
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Paul Thurlby
A richly illustrated alphabet book - perfect for children and adults alike.See the sights of Paris as never before - through the eyes of award-winning illustrator Paul Thurlby. Join him as he visits the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and the Louvre, as well as discovering some lesser known gems. This unique book is packed to bursting with the sights, sounds and smells of this unique and stunning city.Also look out for: L is for London and NY is for New YorkPraise for Numbers: 'Stunning collection.' Guardian'Paul Thurlby's prints are so ludicrously beautiful that I am seriously tempted to blow the budget, order the whole lot and paper a wall with them.' India Knight, journalist and author
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  • Painting and Drawing

    By Rita Storey
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    Rita Storey
    I love Craft: Painting and Drawing features instructions for 13 fantastic beginner craft projects, from a fabric wall hanging and pop art poster to bubble painting and bunting. The projects cover a wide range of different painting and drawing techniques and each is explained with illustrated step-by-step instructions. Why not get out your paintbrushes and pencils and have a go? The book is part of the I Love Craft series - fantastically fun project craft books for children aged 7+.
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  • Pale Moon

    By Jenny Oldfield
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    Jenny Oldfield
    Shining Star always helps Krista when there's someone in trouble. But now it's Star himself who needs help - his sister, Pale Moon, is in danger. As the floodwater rises, they must fly to her rescue ... It's time for Krista and Shining Star to save the day!
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  • Panda-Monium!

    By Lisa Shea
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    Lisa Shea
    The fourth book in the fantastically fun Littlest Pet Shop series. Blythe and her pet pals enjoy another adventure in Downtown City.
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  • Pandas in Danger

    By Clare Hibbert
    Authors:
    Clare Hibbert
    Pandas at Risk follows the ups and downs of the lives of these special animals as they are cared for and focuses on both individual animals and the incredible people who look after them. Packed with emotional stories, but these books are also supported by environmental and educational content. Each book touches on issues such as conservation, habitat destruction, poaching, how each animal lives in the wild and how they are cared for in captivity.Animal Rescue, six books for children aged 7-12 studying habitats, wildlife and conservation.
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  • Paper

    By Jillian Powell
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    Jillian Powell
    This series takes readers on the journey a material takes when it is recycled, tracing its step-by-step route from when we finish with it, through the recycling process, to the new, recycled product.What Happens When We Recycle: Paper explains how paper is made and looks at the very many ways in which we use it. It then explores how it is collected, broken down and recycled and what new products are made with it. The book also includes tips on what readers can do to help recycle paper.
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  • Parasaurolophyus and other Duck-billed and Beaked Herbivores

    By David West
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    David West
    PARASAUROLOPHUS and other duck-billed and beaked herbivores.Included in the twelve dinosaurs featured are some of the strangest-looking beasts that ever roamed Earth. Many had mouths that ended in duck-like bills. Others had strange crests and horns sticking out from their heads. Each title in the series, Dinosaurs! takes a close look at one particular type of dinosaur and reveals the facts about these incredible creatures.
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  • Park

    By Jen Green
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    Jen Green
    The purpose of this series is to show children the habitats around them. The books will guide a child through their personal exploration of different habitats. The reader will be encouraged to use key science skills to plan, observe, collect, record and and preserve their findings on their trail of nature. This title looks at what can be found in parks, including trees, flowers, food cycles and water.
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  • Parkview Pickle the Show Pony

    By Pippa Funnell, Jennifer Miles
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    Pippa Funnell
    Illustrated by:
    Jennifer Miles
    Meet Tilly Redbrow, who doesn't just love horses - she lives, breathes and dreams them too! When Parkview Pickle arrives at Silver Shoe Farm it's clear to Tilly that something isn't right. She may be a show pony, but she's restless, fussy and just a little bit overweight. Can Tilly persuade Pickle's owner to let her help?From Pony Club to riding for the British team, and for every girl who has ever longed for a pony of her own, these delightful, warm and engaging stories are packed with Pippa Funnell's expert advice on everything you ever wanted to know about horses.
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  • Party Pickle

    By Emma Thomson
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    Emma Thomson
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  • Passing and Dribbling

    By James Nixon
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    James Nixon
    Learn how to keep possession of the ball and become a midfield maestro. The books shows you how to improve skills, such as ball control, long passing, team play, dribbling tricks and much more!The Football File series shows you how to master the beautiful game. Each book has tips for training and playing, as well as an introduction to some of the stars of the sport.
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  • Paul Cézanne

    By Alix Wood
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    Alix Wood
    Great Artists introduces young readers to some of the world's great artists. The books feature easy-to-read text and some of the most famous examples of each artist's work, as well as photographs of places and people of importance.
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  • Penelope Crumb Follows Her Nose

    By Shawn K. Stout, Shawn K. Stout, Charlie Alder, Penelope Rawlins, Penelope Rawlins
    Authors:
    Shawn K. Stout, Shawn K. Stout
    Illustrated by:
    Charlie Alder
    Read by:
    Penelope Rawlins, Penelope Rawlins
    Some interesting facts about Penelope Crumb... She has: A brother so awful he MUST be an alien. A mum who draws body parts (ewww!). Her grandpa's nose ... but no grandpa. Her family haven't seen him since her dad died. So Penelope and her friend Lizzie Maple set off across town to find Grandpa Felix, skipping school, taking trains and calling every F. Crumb in the phone book. But what if Grandpa Felix doesn't want to be found? One last fact about Penelope: she doesn't take no for an answer.(P)2014 WF Howes Ltd
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  • Penelope Crumb Finds Her Lucky Stars

    By Shawn K. Stout, Shawn K. Stout, Charlie Alder, Charlie Alder
    Authors:
    Shawn K. Stout, Shawn K. Stout
    Illustrated by:
    Charlie Alder, Charlie Alder
    Awful Vera Bogg is Patsy's new best friend! Penelope is determined to win Patsy back. When the girls are chosen to paint a mural at Portwaller's Home for the Aged, it's Penelope's chance to show what a great friend (and talented artist) she is. But then a mean old lady called Nila Wister steals Penelope's paintbrushes, bullies her for treats and curses her with terrible Bad Luck! And, sure enough, no one can agree about the mural, Penelope's in trouble at school (again!), and Vera and Patsy are closer than ever. Can Penelope find a way to win her Good Luck and her best friend back once and for all?
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  • Penelope Crumb is Mad at the Moon

    By Shawn K. Stout, Shawn K. Stout, Charlie Alder
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    Shawn K. Stout, Shawn K. Stout
    Illustrated by:
    Charlie Alder
    Penelope Crumb is not having a very good week. First she accidentally comes to school dressed as an elephant. Next, in gym class she's made to dance with a boy who is known as Lippy Gordon because of how sweaty his lip is. Penelope is mortified. And she's extra mortified when she discovers that Lippy doesn't want to dance with her either! When Grandpa tells Penelope that he sings to the moon when he's having trouble, Penelope grabs onto this plan. But sometimes you need more than the moon to fix things...
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  • Penelope Crumb Never Forgets

    By Shawn K. Stout, Shawn K. Stout, Charlie Alder, Penelope Rawlins, Penelope Rawlins
    Authors:
    Shawn K. Stout, Shawn K. Stout
    Illustrated by:
    Charlie Alder
    Read by:
    Penelope Rawlins, Penelope Rawlins
    Patsy Cline is becoming best friends with another girl! It looks like Penelope is going to lose Patsy to Vera Bogg... forever. So Penelope starts a secret museum full of things that remind her of the people she loves, in case she loses them too. Lizzie Maple, who loves adventures, is on board to help. But other people seem to think 'taking their things for a museum' is the same as 'stealing'... and Penelope is suddenly in a whole lot of trouble! Can Penelope win back Patsy Cline? And can she figure out a way to create her memory museum without stealing things?(P) 2014 WF Howes Ltd
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  • Penguin Rescue

    By Clare Hibbert
    Authors:
    Clare Hibbert
    Penguin Rescue follows the ups and downs of the lives of these special animals as they are cared for at the SANCCOB specialist rescue centre in Cape Town, South Africa and focuses on both individual animals and the incredible people who look after them. Packed with emotional stories, but these books are also supported by environmental and educational content. Each book touches on issues such as conservation, habitat destruction, poaching, how each animal lives in the wild and how they are cared for in captivity.Animal Rescue, six books for children aged 7-12 studying habitats, wildlife and conservation.
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  • Penguins

    By Tim Harris
    Authors:
    Tim Harris
    Planned with reference to the Key Stage 2 national curriculum, this title looks at how penguins work together to survive in their habitat. It explains how they find food, bring up their young and defend themselves against predators. It also shows how factors such as the environment and the availability of resources shape the physical and behavioural characteristics of penguins. Pages are illustrated with full colour photographs and specially commissioned artworks suitable for readers of seven and above.
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  • People's Planet

    By Anna Nilsen, Dave Smith
    Authors:
    Anna Nilsen
    Illustrated by:
    Dave Smith
    Are you ready to journey around the planet to find Dad, a journalist who has been kidnapped? Help Zak and Leah solve the puzzles and save him!Battle your way through ten scenes and solve the puzzles, from brain-busting maths conundrums to spot-the-difference. Prepare to take a tour through a Machu Picchu maze, go hunting with the Inuits, discover the tallest skyscrapers in the world, dig into a gold mine and explore the Great Wall of China. You'll discover lots about the way people live, work and play around the world. There are search and find challenges on every page.Puzzle Heroes is an interactive series of very fun, visually-led books containing an adventure or challenge on every page. There are plenty of search-and-find elements in the style of Where's Wally?, combined with topics of educational value, where fun facts help with the challenges. This gives plenty of opportunity to use the book as an extra learning tool - but ultimately the quests are fantastic fun, engrossing readers to the extent that they won't realise they are learning.
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  • Perfect Polly

    By Emma Thomson
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    Emma Thomson
    Everything Felicity Wishes' best friend Polly does is perfect, until now! Three fantastic short stories, perfect for Felicity fans to read on their own as well as delightful bedtime stories for younger fans!Perfect PollyFor the first time in fairy history, Polly hasn't come top of the class! What's going on?Helping HandPolly decides to help her friends revise with an end-of-term studyclass. But the fairy friends are not the only ones who learn a thing ortwo!Holiday HideawayPolly wants to be a Tooth Fairy and is studying morning, noon and night. But she soon realises there is more to life than work!
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