What's Up?: A book about the sky and space
By Mick Manning, Brita Granström
What's Up? takes you on a journey of discovery up to the stars and beyond. Join two inquisitive children who travel higher and higher as they zoom past towering skyscrapers, gigantic mountains, jumbo jets, satellites and stars - until at last the two friends find out what really is up there. But then how do they get down?The Wonderwise series presents facts in a way that will inspire young children's imaginations about the world around them.
What's Under The Bed?: A book about the Earth beneath us
By Mick Manning, Brita Granström
What's Under the Bed? travels to the mysterious world that is just beneath our feet. Follow the underground adventures of two children and their cat to explore secret caves, fossils and even silver, gold and diamonds before eventually discovering what really is under the bed.Wonderwise is an award-winning series of information books, perfect for introducing younger children to non-fiction. The series presents facts in a way that will inspire young children's imaginations about the world around them. The books include notes and activities to support the new primary curriculum.
By Jen Green
This title looks at wasting water and offers solutions for readers to reduce, reuse and recycle water, in order to improve the environment.
What's It Made Of
By Terry Jennings
Why do we need materials? We need them to make everything we use.What's It Made Of? shows you how materials such as wood, metal, glass and wool are used to make nearly everything around us. Lively text, bright pictures and fun puzzles will help you learn all about materials.Part of the series Now You Know Science - 6 titles that cover fun science topics.
By Rosie Banks
Wicked Queen Malice has cast a spell on Summer's storybook and unleashed all the fairytale baddies into the Secret Kingdom. Now the gnomes of Flower Forest are being terrorised by a giant, who's destroying the precious sugarsap trees! Can the girls catch the giant and get him back in the book before the peaceful land is ruined for ever?
By Sarah Ridley
An engaging first-look at some of the most important and influential people in history. Churchill is famous for leading Britain as our Prime Minister during World War II and is one of history's most important leaders.
Wash and Clean
'Healthy Habits: Wash and Clean' explains how keeping clean helps all animals to stay healthy. It explores the different ways in which animals wash their bodies, groom themselves and keep their teeth clean.This book is part of a friendly series that helps young readers to explore the differences and similarities between us and the animal world and to learn some healthy habits along the way. Illustrated with stunning photographs and featuring tips and advice for healthy living, this series will engage as well as inform.
By Clare Collinson
Explore all the different things that make us think about Winter - from the weather to tastes and sounds. The friendly text, suitable for children aged 5+, includes seasonal poems and is illustrated with beautiful large photographs and works of art. It is perfect for a seasonal topic in an early years, or key stage 1 setting. Question panels encourage readers to relate the ideas in the book to their own experiences of Winter. Teacher's notes and activities help you make the most of the book.Is is part of a series 'Thinking about the seasons'.
Weather Fairies Treasury
By Daisy Meadows, Georgie Ripper
This fantastic story collection features abridged versions of the seven Weather Fairies titles: Crystal the Snow Fairy, Abigail the Breeze Fairy, Pearl the Cloud Fairy, Goldie the Sunshine Fairy, Evie the Mist Fairy, Storm the Lightning Fairy and Hayley the Rain Fairy. Each story is accompanied by wonderful full-colour illustrations. This really is the perfect gift for all fairy fans!
The Wheelie Thing
By Tom Easton
The clam phone rings and Sea Force Four set out on another mission. Ozzy Octopus has found a funny object with wheels, handlebars and a basket on the seabed. What could it be?
The Wickedest Witch
By Katie Dale
The Wicked Witch is scary, right?She'll wave her wand, give you a fright?Don't be so speedy to agree -she's pretty cool...just wait and see!
Wild West Walk
By Catherine Coe, Jan Mccafferty
Casper and his best friend, Pete, can't wait to go on an adventure to the Wild West. They pack everything they will need...except a map! Where is the Wild West? Will the two cowboys ever find it?
By Paul Humphrey
In this book find out about all the things that happen during the cold months of winter.it is part of 'The Changing Seasons' series, which looks at how plants, animals and people adapt to the different seasons. Each book has a simple text, with one sentence per page and stunning large photographs. They also feature fantastic project ideas. They are ideal books for young children studying the seasons. Each book also features useful teaching and literacy notes for teachers or parents.
Wicked Aunt Baba: a Russian Tale
By Jillian Powell
Wicked Aunt Baba wants to eat Tasha for dinner! Can Tasha escape in time...?
When I'm At Work: Doctor
By Deborah Chancellor
Find out what daily life is like for a doctor and what different things a doctor's day consists of.
The Wicked Stepmother Helps Out
By Tony Bradman, Sarah Warburton
The Wicked Stepmother wants to do something to help people - and make amends for her past. But trying to find the right job proves tricky - until the Bad Fairy gives her an idea...
The Winter Cave
By Penny Dolan, Kirsten Richards
The weather is turning and winter is fast approaching. Grandpa must get the winter cave ready for the tribe.This story is perfect for learning about life in the Stone Age.
A Wolf in the Woods
By Penny Dolan, Kirsten Richards
Erg and Luli head into the woods to find some more pine cones for the fire, but as they collect them they are sure they can see a shadow in the trees. What could it be?This story is perfect for learning about life in the Stone Age.
Where are my Lambs?
By Francesca Simon, Emily Bolam
It's time for bed but Mother Sheep can't find her lambs, Tilly and Tam, anywhere! Where in Potter's Barn could they be hiding? An ideal story to read at Easter! 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.
Winners and Wishes
By Emma Thomson
It's fairy sports day at the School of Nine Wishes. Even though Felicity has practised day and night, she still can't manage the basics of the Front Flutter Twist! But she soon learns that some things are more important than winning. A stunning novelty book with your very own fairy medal!