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  • Crime Scene Clues

    By Richard Spilsbury
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    Richard Spilsbury
    Did you know blowflies can smell a dead body from 16 km (10 miles) away? Or that a person sheds up to 40,000 skin cells every minute? Or that a single hair can tell you if a victim was poisoned?This book zooms in on tiny things - such as hair, skin, broken glass and dust - that reveal the truth about crimes. Learn about the bacteria that tell forensic scientists where someone was killed, and meet the maggots that tell police the time of death of dead bodies.The Zoom In On series shines a powerful light on a world so small that it's normally invisible. Scientists can zoom in on the strange creatures that live there. Now you can look down the microscope and see them too, if you dare...
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  • Crime Lab Detectives

    By John Townsend
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    John Townsend
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  • Cricket

    By Clive Gifford
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    Clive Gifford
    Each title in the Great Sporting Events series gives a fascinating insight into the great sporting events that thrill sports stars and fans alike.A must-read for all cricket fans, Great Sporting Events: Cricket looks at the top cricket competitions in the world and describes the history behind them, notable events and the personalities that helped to shape the sport.
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  • Cricket

    By Chris Oxlade
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    Chris Oxlade
    Looking to take up a new sport? Or just thinking about ways to keep fit and healthy? This book is a great introduction to all the important cricket skills you'll need. Full of skills tips and photos showing key techniques, you'll discover everything - from training to competing - while also finding out something about cricket stars of the past and present.
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  • Cricket

    By Edward Way
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    Edward Way
    How do you score runs in cricket? What does a wicketkeeper do? How do you get someone out? This book covers all kids need to know to help them start playing cricket. Step-by-step photos will show you the moves you'll need, there are top tips on improving your game and pro play panels show top players demonstrating their skills in matches.
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  • Cricket

    By Clive Gifford
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    Clive Gifford
    With informative but accessible text, cricket is brought to life. An indepth look at the sport, from its history and beginnings to the modern game, how it's played, who plays it and the rules that govern it. Packed with facts, stats and full-colour photographs, this is the essential guide to cricket.
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  • Cricket

    By Clive Gifford
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    Clive Gifford
    Learn how to perfect the skils, tactics and theory of cricket - from beginner-basic techniques to professional rules.
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  • Creta the Winged Terror

    By Adam Blade
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    Adam Blade
    Evil Wizard Malvel has conjured up Creta, a terrifying creature that can unleash thousands of vicious insects from its colossal body!? Tom must find a way to defeat Creta before the Beast destroys both him and Avantia...
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  • Creta the Winged Terror

    By Adam Blade
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    Adam Blade
    Evil Wizard Malvel has conjured up Creta, a terrifying monster that can unleash thousands of vicious insects from its body! Can Tom defeat Creta before the Beast destroys the whole kingdom?Beast Quest Early Readers are perfect for children learning to read and for families to enjoy together, with text vetted by a literacy expert and bright new colour illustrations.Also available: Beast Quest Early Reader 3: Arax the Soul Stealer!
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  • Creepy Crawlies

    By Paul Gamble, Paul Gamble
    Authors:
    Paul Gamble
    Illustrated by:
    Paul Gamble
    11 popular insects and arachnids feature in this step-by-step guide. Draw a slick scorpion, hone a hornet and caricature a centipede with professional guidance.Whether you can already draw really well or whether you think you can't, Paul Gamble's guides will help you create amazing cartoon-style illustrations of popular animals, superheroes, monsters and more. Once you've mastered these, you'll be inspired to create even more!Six books that will help children aged 6+ improve their art skills. The projects are specially designed to be easy for young readers to reproduce by building up simple lines and curves.
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  • A Creepy Crawly Story

    By Vivian French, Selina Young
    Authors:
    Vivian French
    Illustrated by:
    Selina Young
    Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.When naughty Wizz Bee and Buzz Bee come home without any honey, Queen Bee is very cross. Can they cheer her up with a story?
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  • Creepy Caves

    By Marcus Sedgwick, Pete Williamson
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    Marcus Sedgwick
    Illustrated by:
    Pete Williamson
    Eep ... The final adventure awaits!Nothing can stand in the way of Elf Girl and Raven Boy saving the world... Well, almost nothing. Just a sea monster, a dragon, and rivers of molten lava. Not to mention some seriously Creepy Caves. Defeating the Goblin King might be harder than they thought. The sixth laugh-out-loud adventure from BLUE PETER BOOK AWARD-shortlisted Marcus Sedgwick and Pete Williamson.
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    The Creeper Man

    By Dawn Kurtagich
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    Dawn Kurtagich
    A spine-chilling psychological thriller from stunning talent and author of The Dead House, Dawn Kurtagich. Sinister and creepily atmospheric, Dawn's second YA title is sure to grip fans of Stephen King, Kendare Blake and Juno Dawson.When sisters Silla and Nori escape London and their abusive father, Aunt Cath's country house feels like a safe haven. But slowly, ever so slowly, things begin to unravel. Aunt Cath locks herself in the attic and spends day and night pacing. Every day the forbidden surrounding forest inches slowly towards the house. A mysterious boy appears, offering friendship. And Nori claims that a man watches them from the dark forest - a man with no eyes, who creeps ever closer. . .
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  • Creative Cards

    By Rita Storey
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    Rita Storey
    A fun guide to making cards for children for variety of special occasions. Featuring a wide range of exciting step-by-step projects including a pop-up birthday card and a Father's Day origami card and a Christmas card that glows! This fun guide teaches children a number of different techniques from simple sticking and pasting to more difficult techniques such as papier-mâchè and sewing. Supports the design and technology curriculum for KS2. The cultural significance, science and history behind each project is explained, making the series an excellent cross-curricular resource.
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  • Creating the Cover for Your Graphic Novel

    By Frank Lee
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    Frank Lee
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  • Creating an App

    By Chris Martin
    Authors:
    Chris Martin
    With this book, the Quick Expert's Guide has crafted the perfect guide to becoming an expert app-maker. We show you how to create your very own amazing app from scratch - master HTMLs, programming, embed content galore, and get the insider knowledge on how to keep your user's coming back for more.The Quick Expert's Guide series aids the teaching of computing at KS2 and KS3, encouraging computational thinking and creativity. Each title includes features that break down the complex aspects of the subject, inspirational case studies, activities and a final project to test the reader's new skills. Chapter round-ups also offer tips on key words and phrases as well as boosting self esteem and confidence, in order to walk the walk and talk the talk of a true expert. Also in the series, Being a Youtuber, Building a Website and Computing and Programming.
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  • Create, Watch and Send

    By Heather Lyons, Dan Crisp, Alex Westgate
    Authors:
    Heather Lyons
    Illustrated by:
    Dan Crisp, Alex Westgate
    This book will help budding young programmers discover their own creativity. Learn how to write and share a story, upload pictures, make videos and share your creative work with others, then hop online to try out your new skills on the companion website. Let's get coding!Kids Get Coding is a fantastic, hands-on resource for anyone looking to get started with coding. The eight books cover key areas of hte KS1 computing curriculum with simple text. Each title contains practical on- and off-line activities that are easy to follow and fun to try on your own or with friends. Guiding young coders through each title is Data Duck - a computer-programming mastermind here to help with hints and tips!
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  • Create Your Own Story with Scratch

    By Kevin Wood
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    Kevin Wood
    In Project Code: Create Your Own Story, young coders can use and refine their Scratch skills to create a cool, professional story. Project Code is a great series for young coders already familiar with Scratch, who are ready to take the next step. With a series of fun projects to master, each book allows readers to explore, create and learn coding fundamentals as they go along. This series supports the National Curriculum for Computing at KS2 and is ideal for readers aged 6 and up.
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  • Create Music with Scratch

    By Kevin Wood
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    Kevin Wood
    In Project Code: Music, young coders can use and refine their Scratch skills to create cool, professional music. Project Code is a great series for young coders already familiar with Scratch, who are ready to take the next step. With a series of fun projects to master, each book allows readers to explore, create and learn coding fundamentals as they go along. This series supports the National Curriculum for Computing at KS2 and is ideal for readers aged 6 and up.
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  • Create Computer Games with Scratch

    By Kevin Wood
    Authors:
    Kevin Wood
    In Project Code: Create Computer Games, young coders can use and refine their Scratch skills to create their own cool, professional computer games. Project Code is a great series for young coders already familiar with Scratch, who are ready to take the next step. With a series of fun projects to master, each book allows readers to explore, create and learn coding fundamentals as they go along. This series supports the National Curriculum for Computing at KS2 and is ideal for readers aged 6 and up.
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