By Jan Burchett, Sara Vogler, Alex Paterson
LOOK OUT! The PETS FROM SPACE are back. If you don't like madness, mayhem and mischief then run away from this book! But if you love jokes, tricks and FUN then dive in!Tom, Zack and Daisy meet a new alien and take the Pets from Space to the wildlife park. What will happen when they meet elephants, penguins and lions? Will they be friends or will they be LUNCH?Each book features two fun stories, fully illustrated in black and white throughout by Alex Paterson.
By Kaye Stearman
Is it ever justified for a person to use surgery to enhance the way they look? Is surgery an acceptable means for people to feel confident with their appearance? This book explores in detail the issue of using plastic surgery for aesthetic purposes. It looks at the historical background to cosmetic surgery and the implications of its use today.
By Alex Marlowe
Following the shocking events of the previous book, The Immortals are disheartened and cracks are beginning to show in their alliance. Then a new face brings secrets from Luke's past to light, turning everything he thought he knew upside-down.Which makes it the perfect moment for their enemies to strike...
Corpses and Skeletons - The Science of Forensic Anthropology
By Rob Shone
Read how science helped police solve clues and bring criminals to justice with these amazing stories
The Coronation Of Queen Elizabeth
By Gillian Clements
The book tells the story of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. From her birth, the royal experiences of World War II, to the exciting celebrations of her accession to the throne, follow her story through simple text and illustrations.This book is part of a series of books, Great Events, which are suitable for ages 6-12. They tell the stories of great events in history. Written by successful authors, they are enjoyable reads which are packed with facts and illustrations.Each book includes a timeline of key dates, a quiz and index.
Coral the Reef Fairy
By Daisy Meadows, Georgie Ripper
Rachel and Kirsty are delighted when Coral the Reef Fairy takes them on a magical underwater journey! However, they soon meet Jack Frost's goblins, who are damaging a precious coral reef. Can the girls and Coral stop them before the beautiful reef is ruined?
By Jinny Johnson
Each watery environment on Earth is home to a unique variety of fish, mammals and other animals and plants. Find out about some of the incredible living things that make coral reefs in tropical seas around the world their home. Find out how they are adapted to survive, what they eat and what eats them!Six books in the series Watery Worlds is an accessible range of titles for children studying habitats at KS2.
By Louise Spilsbury, Richard Spilsbury
With their stunning colours and array of life, coral reefs seem lush, inviting and beautiful. However, like all biomes around the world, coral reefs present challenges to the plants and organisms that live there. Discover how organisms survive on coral reefs and how they have cleverly adapted to their wild and watery home.
By Ellie Sandall
Perfect for any child who worries about being different, this beautiful story by new talent Ellie Sandall celebrates friendship and understanding.Mango is a little bird with a BIG problem. Her best bear friend Blue copies everything she does! But when Mango flies off in a huff, Blue can't follow and soon Mango starts to feel lonely... Where is her copycat bear?
By Stephanie Turnbull
Cooking Skills will show you how to get started in cooking, encouraging you to develop a range of recipes. Packed with ideas and techniques, it includes tips and advice on a whole range of essential cooking skills, such as chopping safely, kneading and mixing ingredients. From simple no-cook recipes to more complex meals and deserts, this book is designed to inspire the next generation of foodies and chefs, by giving them a solid base to work upon and suggesting ways in which cooking could turn into a future career. Part of the series, Superskills. Six books packed with tips on how to improve your technique in a range of creative fields aimed at children aged 9+.
By Emma Thomson
Step-by-step recipes show you how to make 15 fairy recipes, including magical muffins, heart-shaped biscuits, fudge flowers and fairy cakes for you and your friends.It also includes how to throw a cooking party, top tips, essential cooking equipment, a certificate of cooking magic an envelope to keep your recipe cuttings, and a wipe-clean cake decorating template insert.
Convol the Cold-blooded Brute
By Adam Blade
Tom and his companions have arrived in a strange new land - Tavania. Wizard Malvel's evil magic has enraged six terrifying new Beasts. To restore harmony, Tom must first face Convol the Cold-blooded Brute in a deadly desert duel...Don't miss HELLION THE FIERY FOE KRESTOR THE CRUSHING TERRORMADARA THE MIDNIGHT WARRIOR ELLIK THE LIGHTNING HORRORCARNIVORA THE WINGED SCAVENGER
By Izzi Howell
How many people live in Europe? Which continent is colder than a freezer? Where is a fried guinea pig eaten?Discover the answers to all of these questions and take a trip around the world and explore the seven continents. See the landscapes that make each continent special, and learn about the Earth's greatest rivers and mountains. Discover fun facts about the size and population of the continents, and find out about the people and animals that live there.The Fact Cat series takes children at nursery age through to Key Stage 1 and above on a journey to discover the world around them, learning about a vast array of subjects on the way from space and science to ancient history and geography!
By Teri Terry
Don't miss this startling first book in a breathtaking new trilogy from Teri Terry, queen of the teen psychological thriller and author of the bestselling Slated trilogy!URGENT!An epidemic is sweeping the country.You are among the infected. There is no cure, and you cannot be permitted to infect others. You are now under quarantine. The very few of the infected who survive are dangerous and will be taken into the custody of the army.Young runaway Callie survived the disease, but not the so-called treatment. Her brother Kai is still looking for her. And his new friend Shay may hold the key to uncovering what truly happened. From the author of the international sensation Slated comes the first book in a powerful new story of survival and transformation; love and power.
By Jack Gillett, Meg Gillett
Each title in the series addresses an environmental topic and illustrated its aspects with the help of maps. An introductory spread presents the topic of conservation areas and explains key ideas, concepts and vocabulary. Twelve spreads each introduce an area of the world, including a map locating relevant sites, graphs offering comparative data and photography.A spread at the back of the book provides further study and comparison exercises.
Conflict In the Middle East
By David Abbott
Part of a six book series that investigates the hidden world of spies, double agents, assassins and saboteurs and how their actions affected the course of the world's major conflicts.
Conchies: Conscientious Objectors of the First World War
By Ann Kramer
When, at the height of the First World War, many Allied governments introduced conscription, there were thousands of individuals who, for personal or religious reasons, refused to fight. After tough questioning, some were exempted but the majority were forced into the army anyways. Those who 'refused to do their duty' were threatened with death sentences or harsh prison terms; many died from ill treatment. Conchies collects many of the moving true stories of these brave individuals.
Computing and Programming
By Shahneila Saeed
The ultimate guide to creating a computer game for children aged 12+. It shows how to master algorithms and instructions, write a pseudo code, conquer the programming language of Python, and create a game with multiple levels and characters to control.
Computing and Coding in the Real World
By Clive Gifford
Computing and Coding in the Real World looks at applied coding and the computation hidden in the world that surrounds us. Readers will learn how things work, from scanners at supermarket checkouts and distance sensors on cars to 3D printers. Features give practical activities for readers to try. These 'try at home' examples help reinforce learning and are not linked to specific software or operating systems. Real-world anecdotes from the world of information technology look at the forerunners of digital technology that have paved the way for coders today.Provides support to many teachers who are not subject specialists in this area and who can use this book for ideas, inspiration and materials. The book doesn't rely on a particular software/OS.Other titles in the Get Ahead in Computing series: Amazing Applications & Perfect Programs; Awesome Algorithms & Creative Coding; Great Games and Amazing Animation; Super Social Media and Awesome Online Safety; The Science of Computers; Web Page Design
By Clive Gifford
Computer Networks looks at how computer technology has changed the way we work, communicate, learn and have fun. Explore the World Wide Web, search engines, email, social media - all of which have become part of our everyday lives. The bright and engaging design guides readers with clear explanations of websites and webpages, search engines and email systems. Online security is key in digital learning and advice is included on staying safe online. Stretch Yourself features give practical activities for readers to try. These 'try at home' examples help reinforce learning and are not linked to specific software or operating systems. True Story features give real-world anecdotes from the world of information technology. Computer Hero features look at the forerunners of digital technology that have paved the way for scientists today.Other titles in the Get Ahead in Computing series: Awesome Algorithms & Creative Coding, Amazing Applications & Perfect Programs, and Computer Networks.