By Edward Way
How do you swim front crawl? What other strokes can you use? What can you do to win a swimming race?This book tells you all you need to know to help you start swimming. Step-by-step photos will show you the strokes you'll need, there are top tips on improving your technique and pro play panels show top swimmers demonstrating their skills in competitions.
By Clive Gifford
Learn all about swimming - the disciplines, the techniques and the ideal training and drills. This book uses specially comissioned photography to illustrate all you need to know in order to perform well at your favourite sport.
If you're mad about swimming, this book will help you make the most of your favourite sport. Find out how to perfect your strokes, swim competitively for a club and expand your abilities into water polo, snorkelling and scuba diving.
By Rebecca Hunter
By James Nixon
By Matt Robertson
A warm and funny picture book about sibling rivalry ... and superheroes!Life can be hard when your little brother is a superhero. The whole world thinks Super Stan is AMAZING. No one ever seems to notice his big brother, Jack ... But sometimes, even a superhero needs a little help. And when a superhero is in trouble, only a SUPER big brother can save the day.Matt Robertson's feel-good tale tackles the often tricky subject of sibling rivalry with warmth, humour and fun - teaching brothers and sisters everywhere how to get along. (And that they are all equally SUPER!)Shortlisted for the Waterstones Picture Book Prize.
By Helen Greathead
Would you rather be hit by a baseball or a tennis ball? Would you tackle a sumo wrestler or a rugby player? These diabolical situations and more will have you running for cover as you plunge into a series of fiendish questions and answers. Brilliant author, Helen Greathead, has plucked some sticky situations (and some sweaty ones, too!) from the world of sport and mashed them up into brain-tastic challenges. All you have to do is choose!So, come on, what would YOU choose?
Summer's Story - Living with Epilepsy
By Andy Glynne
Summer Term at St Clare's
By Enid Blyton
Schooldays at St Clare's are never dull for twins Pat and Isabel O'Sullivan in Enid Blyton's much-loved boarding school series.In book three, Pat and Isabel look forward to their first summer term at St Clare's. They soon make friends with new girl Carlotta, who has a secret past that she's desperate to hide. But sneaky Prudence finds out and tells everybody. How will the class react?There'll be mischief at St Clare's!Between 1941 and 1946, Enid Blyton wrote six novels set at St Clare's. This edition features the original text and is unillustrated.
Summer Action Sports
By Jim Brush
The Stuff We Buy
By Georgia Amson-Bradshaw
What are the problems and challenges we face around the world when it comes to the stuff we buy? How can we reduce, reuse and recycle the things we own, to avoid wasting them and contributing to pollution and climate change? Interactive 'Solve It!' design challenges give readers the information they need to develop sustainable solutions to the problems discussed, and step-by-step 'Test It!' activities encourage them to explore putting principles into practice.
Street Sports: Street Football
By Paul Mason, Sarah Eason
The awesome creativity of street football is taking the world of urban street sports by storm - make sure it's on your radar! Look inside to find a real life story of a young, talented street footballer, a star story featuring a world class professional street footballing duo and a 5-minute interview with an expert in the street football scene. Are you on the radar?
Street Sports: Freestyle BMX
By Isabel Thomas
The high-adrenalin thrill of freestyle BMX is creating a stir on the extreme sports scene. Make sure it's on your radar! Look inside to find the real life story of young BMX pro, a 5-minute interview with a biking expert who provides the low-down on this awesome sport, plus step by step guides to super BMX stunts and moves! Are you on the radar?
Street Sports: Free Running
By Paul Mason, Sarah Eason
The acrobatic sport of free running is taking the urban landscape by storm - make sure it's on your radar! Look inside to the real-life story of an awesome, adrenalin-fuelled free runner, a star story featuring a Hollywood actor who pulls cool street stunts and a 5-minute interview with a free running expert. Are you on the radar?
The Story of the Olympics
By Richard Brassey
Records and reputations, cheats and champs, victors and venues - here's the lowdown on the modern Olympic games, from bestselling author and illustrator, Richard Brassey. Updated to include Rio 2016.From the games of ancient Greece to the twenty-first century, and with individual tales of heroes and heroines, this is a lively, witty and entertaining guide for young readers everywhere. As always with Richard Brassey's popular books, this is packed with comic strips, fact boxes, hilarious captions and speech bubbles, plus amazing information and entertaining insight.
The Story of the World Cup
By Richard Brassey
This is a colourful history of the World Cup from the author of THE STORY OF THE OLYMPICS.From the first tournament in Uruguay to England's legendary 1966 win and beyond, with red cards, penalty shoot-outs and goals galore, there are fun facts football fans can use to impress their family and friends. This book will delight fans of all ages, and is great value for money at £4.99 in full colour.This fun and fascinating exploration of the history of the World Cup is perfect for football fans everywhere.
By Mike Revell
'Action-packed, compelling and ultimately moving' A Hermit's Progress BlogspotOwen Smith is worried about his dad. It's been a year since they lost Owen's mum, and Owen can see that his dad isn't coping with the grief that has engulfed them both. But Owen's dad is a writer, so when Owen suggests beginning another novel, he hopes it will help him. Then, something crazy happens. Owen wakes up in a strange world beyond his own, where a raging storm called the Darkness threatens to obliterate everyone and everything in its path. And soon Owen realises the startling truth: he is inside his dad's story. And as the main character, only he can help his dad battle the storm and reach the end of the book... A page-turning action-adventure full of emotional heart, STORMWALKER is a must-read for young readers.
Stories About Surviving Drug Addiction
By Paul Mason
Told by fourteen individuals, this book relates stories of determination, discipline and courage in the face of addiction.
Stories About Surviving HIV/AIDS
By Theresa Saliba
Told by eleven individuals around the world, this book relates stories of courage and heroism in the face of disease.
Stop Bullying Me!
By Jenny Powell
Harry loves going to school and learning about everything. That is, until Louis arrives. Soon, Harry is refusing to go to school and would rather stay at home with his mum. Something is wrong but Harry won't say what it is...This play for children at Key Stage 1 and 2 is set at a school and deals with issues of bullying and loneliness. With parts for a group of children and extras, this play is ideal for reading for fun or performing as a group. With notes on staging, costumes and props, you'll have all you need to put on a play!The Putting on a Play is a series of fun plays for children that can be performed as a class or read during a literacy lesson.