By Jillian Powell
The Explaining series looks at a range of conditions, illnesses and disabilities that affect children and adults all over the world. The books explain why they occur, how they are diagnosed, how they affect people and how they can be treated.Explaining: Cystic Fibrosis will help you understand what cystic fibrosis is and how it affects people. Case studies illustrate what is like to live with cystic fibrosis and how people with the condition manage it to live full and happy lives.
By Jillian Powell
In My Country: China, Li tells you all about living in China.In these easy-to-read books, a child introduces his or her country including the weather, climate, landscape, home, pastimes, school and the people who live there.
By Jillian Powell
Using specially commissioned photography, this series introduces the reader to common new and first experiences. The choice of titles reflect the most common types of experiences. The series uses the perspective of another child to tell the 'story' of a particular experience and explores how they feel by the event. At the end, advice will be given to help deal with difficult situations such as feeling jealous because a new baby in the family is getting everyone's attention.
Civil Rights and Equality
By Dan Lyndon
The Black History series brings together a wide range of events and experiences from the past to promote knowledge and understanding of black culture today.This book looks at the battle against discrimination and segregation, and the growth of the Civil Rights movement.Dan Lyndon has been teaching for over 15 years, and is former head of history at Henry Compton School, London. He is a member of the Black and Asian Studies Association (BASA).
Call the Fire and Rescue Service
By Cath Senker
Who takes care of us in an emergency? Read this book to find out all about the very important work carried out by the fire and rescue service, and to find out what you should do if you see a fire.
By Oliver James
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.
Cudweed's Time Machine
By Marcus Sedgwick, Pete Williamson
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.Cudweed comes face to face with Roman soldiers, dinosaurs and Vikings in this funny, quirky story, perfect for beginner readers, from the bestselling Raven Mysteries team, Marcus Sedgwick and Pete Williamson.
By Alice Harman
Find out about the people and culture of China.
By Alice Harman
Find out about life in the Caribbean Islands. Discover what people in the Caribbean like to eat and where they like to shop. Find out what sports people play, what holidays they celebrate, and what the weather in the Caribbean is like. Learn about Caribbean homes.
By Ruth Thomson
Discover the world's most beautiful coastlines. Find out about waves and tides, rockpools and rocky cliffs, beaches and dunes, sea birds and animals, harbours and ports and how people are protecting coasts.
Can The Earth Cope: Waste and Recycling
By Louise Spilsbury
How people use the Earth's natural resources affects the environment and our dependency on it. This book looks at the key issues surrounding waste and recycling that affect the environment, both on a local and global scale and aims to find sustainable solutions to the current problems. With fact boxes, evidence boxes and case studies to substantiate the text, this is a complete resource for any classroom.
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?Ellie is holding interactive workshops at the Edinburgh Festival and Hay Festival.
By Annabelle Lynch
Read about the exciting world of castles in this new series of non-fiction readers.Leapfrog Learners offer fun facts in accessible text, perfect for building reading confidence.
Cafe At The Edge Of The Moon
By Francesca Simon, Pete Williamson
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.Janey is fed up of being told what to do by her mum and dad. So she jets off to the cafe at the edge of the moon where she can do anything she likes - eating pudding first, splashing in puddles and racing a dinosaur.
Catch Us If You Can-Can!
By Alex T. Smith
The dastardly duo from Egg returns in this delightfully silly tale. The utterly charming Foxy Dubois and Alphonso the Alligator put on their dancing shoes to commit the crime of the century! But when they hit the dance floor, things start to go terribly wrong...Egg was selected by CBeebies Bedtime Stories and was the Book of the Week at Peters' Bookselling Services.Alex T. Smith is also the author of the extraordinary fiction series Claude which was shortlisted for the Waterstone's prize and was part of the Richard and Judy Book Club. Praise for Egg: 'A delightfully silly tale of a fox that wants to eat an egg. Alex T Smith's quirky illustrations help sell the absurdity. Recommended.' The BookbagFollow Alex at http://alextsmith.blogspot.co.uk/
Captain Scott's Race to the Pole
By Peter Gouldthorpe, Peter Gouldthorpe
In the age of discovery, Antarctica remained an unknown quantity amongst the world's scientists and explorers. Robert Falcon Scott was amongst the pioneers who penetrated the ice and cruel weather. This is the story of his journey from England culminating in the ill-fated final march to his goal, only to be beaten by the Norwegians and to suffer terrible loss - and death.
A Curious Dolphin
By Tom Jackson
Follow one dolphin's life cycle, from birth to finding a mate and old age. Learn about the different aspects of the biology of dolphins: 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 dolphins behave and how they grow, learn, move, fight, rest and play.
By Mike Hobbs
Call An Ambulance
By Cath Senker
Who takes care of us in an emergency? Read this book to find out all about the very important work carried out by our ambulance service, and to learn what you should do in a medical emergency.