By Sarah Levete
Kylie Minogue has been in the spotlight since her role as Charlene in the hit Australian TV show, Neighbours. However, the star is best known for her amazing pop persona and sensational sell-out concerts. Find out who the princess of pop really is - discover how she rose to fame, why she and sister Dannii were once TV rivals, where Kylie finds her musical inspiration and how she won her devastating battle with cancer. A fantastic resource for biography based project work!
By Peter Hepplewhite
Explore the world of some of the toughest, scariest and most fearsome fighters. Facts and stats on training, weapons and fighting styles will tell you everything you want to know about our Greatest Warriors!
By James Nixon
Impress your friends (and yourself) with just how much you know about Knights! Loads of facts and stats will bring the world of knights to life, the weapons and armour, training, fighting and medieval life. Read this book to ensure you really do Know It All!Part of the series Know It All - there are eight books in this series covering everything from Cars and Pirates to Inventions and Dangerous Animals.
By Paul Harrison
Was King John really the cruel and terrible king that history paints him as? This biography explores the life of King John, from his ascension to the throne, through wars with France and his own English barons, to the signing of the Magna Carta. This Great Charter was a turning point is English political history and heralded the beginning of parliament.Through the story of King John, readers will learn about the changing nature of the monarchy in Medieval Britain, and the changing roles of the church and state in Medieval society. Readers will learn to draw conclusions from the evidence provided - a great basis for class discussions.History VIP biographies each look at the life of a famous Briton telling the stories of these Very Important People with clear, lively text. Amazing facts are added with feature panels and lively illustrations give visual information of the time and society the VIP lived in. With these key biographies students learn how individual people's actions have shaped the course of history.Key terms are defined in an easy-to-use glossary encouraging readers to use historical terms in their own work.Features include:In other news - these panels give context and help readers to understand the society and events of the wider world in which the subject livedTrue or False - questions lead students to question information and to interact with the facts they are presented with.What they said - quote features bring the subjects to life using their own words!WOW! - Boxes add humorous or amazing information to astound the reader and bring out the hilarious side of history
By Alex Woolf
If you ever wanted to know how Snakes survive in the wild, find out in this fascinating book about survival. Different snakes will use different techniques for killing their prey. Some inject deadly venom through their fangs and others squeeze their prey to death. All snakes have to hunt and kill to stay alive, but which animals will they hunt and eat?A high-interest, magazine style series of books about some of the world's most dangerous and famous predators for readers aged 9+.
A Killer Shark
By Tom Jackson
Follow a great white shark's life cycle, from birth to finding a mate and old age. Learn about the different aspects of the biology of sharks: how they sense the world, find their food, reproduce and communicate with each other. Sections of the text are written in first-person narrative, giving a clear understanding of the way sharks behave and how they grow, learn, move, fight, rest and play.
By Alex Woolf
If you ever wanted to know how Spiders survive in the wild, find out in this fascinating book about their hunting techniques. Catching prey in sticky webs, trapdoors and even fishing are spider specialities! All spiders, have to hunt and kill prey to stay alive but which animals will they hunt and eat? A high-interest, magazine style series of books about some of the world's most dangerous and famous predators for readers aged 9+.
By Alex Woolf
If you ever wanted to know how Sharks survive, find out in this fascinating book about Attack for survival.
By Katie Woolley
Did you know that Velociraptor was was no bigger than a sheep? Explore the world of meat-eating dinosaurs in Killer Dinosaurs. Learn about their special features, how much they ate and when they lived... From T. rex to Velociraptor, you'll find out about all kinds of fascinating facts about these fierce and violent beasts. The Dinosaur Infosaurus series presents to you pre-historic beasts in all their terrifying glory, with realistic artwork alongside digestible chunks of information presented as infographics. Perfect for readers aged 7+.
By Liz Miles
By Alex Woolf
If you ever wanted to know how Crocodiles survive, find out in this fascinating book about Attack for survival.
By Alex Woolf
If you ever wanted to know how Big Cats survive in the wild, find out in this fascinating book about survival. Different cats will use different techniques for killing their prey. Some work in packs and others hunt alone. All big cats are carnivores, but which animals will they hunt and eat? Learn about camouflage and how they protect their cubs.A high-interest, magazine style series of books about some of the world's most dangerous and famous predators for readers aged 9+.
By Alex Woolf
If you ever wanted to know how Bears survive in the wild, find out in this fascinating book about Attack for survival.
By Tracey Turner
Have you ever:Wrestled a crocodile?Dived with great white sharks?Had a tarantula walk on your hand?If you answered NO to all of the above then this is the book for you!Are you a scaredy cat? Perfect! Feel frightened of animals? Woohoo! Inside you can read about loads of crazy stuff and how to survive - or avoid it.Love you inner wimp!Inside:Deadly Land Predators - Polar Bears, Lions, Tigers, Snakes, HippopotamusesUnder Water Killers - Sharks, Box Jellyfish, CrocodilesTiny Assassins - Mosquitos, Spiders, ScorpionsThis title is published by Franklin Watts EDGE, which produces a range of books to get children reading with confidence. We believe this title will be of interest to readers aged 7+ and to older readers who struggle with reading.EDGE - for books kids can't put down.
A Kids' Guide to London
By Simon Holland
London is a modern, stylish and ever-changing city and this book takes you on a tour with a vibrant, bold and new approach to information that matches the capital perfectly. Using infographics to bring nuggets of information to life through images and graphics, readers can enjoy hundreds of fascinating facts in a beautiful book that's easy to read and ideal for children. Whether you're visiting, curious from afar or live in London, you can tour its boroughs, ride the transport, look back at London's disease-ridden history, meet the famous residents - past and present - and much more. Find out which tube station has the most escalators, where has a Roman bikini on display and how many executions happened at the Tower of London, all within this packed book. This is non-fiction for the modern generation. With a map of the city and pages filled with vivid colours, graphic visuals and bold designs, this guide brings London's facts, history and events to life like never before.
By Liz Gogerly
Journey Through offers young readers the chance to take a trip through exciting world countries using different modes of transport, from train and car to bicycle and private jet. Along the way the traveller visits highlighted places both well known and less known, and learns lots of exciting facts about history, language, culture and much more.Journey Through Kenya offers a look at the geography landscape, culture and people of this country in East Africa. Explore the exciting buzz of Nairobi, the beautiful national parks and stunning lake Victoria, sample local delicacies and explore the Masai Mara where you might even spot the 'big five' on safari in this colourful and diverse part of the continent of Africa.
By Paul Harrison
Each title looks at each country through a variety of themes such as location, landscape and climate, population and health, settlements, family life, religion and beliefs, education and learning, employment and economy, industry and trade, farming and food, transport and communications, leisure and tourism and environment and wildlife.Includes maps, statistics panels and simple graphs and charts; and a topic web showing links with this series to other subject areas.
By Alison Brownlie Bojang
Countries in Our World focuses on the countries that shape and influence our modern world. Each book examines physical features, daily life, industry, media, leisure and much more. Each title in Countries in our World is a mine of useful information ideal for school and project work.
By Simon Hart
The titles explores the life of one of the most influential women in British sport, from her childhood and early years, her time in the Army, and her life-changing decision to pursue her athletics career at the Olympics. Full of information about what inspired her to get to the top, her achievements and honours, this book is a fascinating profile of one of the most inspirational people in sport today.
Katie: Katie and the Dinosaurs
By James Mayhew
Come on a prehistoric dinosaur-packed adventure with Katie!When Katie visits the Natural History Museum with Grandma, she finds a very mysterious door . . . and steps back in time to the world of the dinosaurs! Katie helps a baby dinosaur find his family, rides on the back of a Brontosaurus, and has a picnic with a Triceratops. But just what will she feed a very hungry and fearsome Tyrannosaurus Rex?Katie has been delighting children for over 25 years. Why not collect all 13 books in the series?