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Author Spotlight with Graham Marks

Cressida Cowell

Cressida Cowell’s Hiccup books, which she also illustrates, are now published in over 30 countries around the world and the first book in the series, How to Train Your Dragon, has been made into an animated movie by DreamWorks; Cressida also writes and illustrates picture books. The eleventh title in the Hiccup Saga, How to Seize a Dragon’s Jewel, is published in September, and here she talks to Graham Marks about pretty much everything to do with writing a hit series…

Wayland

First Man on the Moon

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard

A gripping illustrated account of the historic first moon landingsAn exciting narrative non-fiction account of the first moon landing, designed to publish in time for the 50th anniversary of this historic milestone in space exploration Pacey, accessible text recounts the story of the first moon landing, from its beginnings in the Space Race, to early missions, the successful Apollo 11 voyage, Armstrong's legendary first steps on the moon and the astronauts' heart-stopping return to EarthFully illustrated throughout, with fresh, modern artwork breathing new life into this famous story. Perfect for readers aged 8 and up.

Franklin Watts

Teen Pioneers

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Franklin Watts

What Is Money?

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Franklin Watts

7.6 Billion People Living in the Countries of the World

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard

Do you know how many football pitches would fit into Europe? Or which country has the most newspaper readers? What is a megacity and which is the biggest one in the world? And how many wildebeest migrate thousands of kilometres every year across African's plains? Discover the answers to all these questions and much, more more in Big Countdown: Countries. The Big Countdown looks at popular topics and investigates the great many numbers that make them fascinating. From the mind-bogglingly large to smallest and most precious, this series helps us understand that it's not just our days that are numbered. Ideal reading for number-crunchers aged 9 and up.

Franklin Watts

1.5 Billion Transport Vehicles on the World's Roads

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard

Do you know how fast a space rocket blasts through the sky? Or how deep under the sea submarines have ventured? How about the number of electric cars on the road? Or the top speed of NASA's crawler transporter (hint - it's not very fast!) Discover the answers to all these questions and much more in Big Countdown: Transport.The Big Countdown looks at popular topics and investigates the great many numbers that make them fascinating. From the mind-bogglingly large to smallest and most precious, this series helps us understand that it's not just our days that are numbered. Ideal reading for number-crunchers aged 9 and up.

Franklin Watts

My Safety and Security

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Franklin Watts

The Maya and Chichén Itzá

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Franklin Watts

Viking Britain and Jorvik

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard

Travel back in time to Jorvik and find out all about the Vikings in Britain. Like modern travel guides, the books in this series highlight must-see features and explain local culture. Each highlighted destination contains an explanation of what took part in these areas, as well as a look at important artefacts found there providing a bigger picture of life in the past. Typical travel guide notes include, 'best time to visit', 'what to eat' and 'where to stay'.

Franklin Watts

My Digital Future

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Franklin Watts

My Digital World

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard

In today's digital world, real and onlife life are ever more closely linked. My Digital World will help you to successfully combine these two worlds - and to know when to keep them apart!The Internet can be a fun, creative, collaborative place to share, learn and experience the world and connect with all kinds of people. But being a good digital citizen comes with responsibilities and advisories. These books will help children aged 7+ navigate this sophisticated and ever-changing form of communication.

Franklin Watts

Roman Britain and Londinium

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard

Travel back in time to Londinium and find out all about the Romans in Britain. Like modern travel guides, the books in this series highlight must-see features and explain local culture. Each highlighted destination contains an explanation of what took part in these areas, as well as a look at important artefacts found there providing a bigger picture of life in the past. Typical travel guide notes include, 'best time to visit', 'what to eat' and 'where to stay'. Perfect for the KS2 history curriculum.

Franklin Watts

My Rights and Rules

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Franklin Watts

My Health and Wellness

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Franklin Watts

I Want a Dog

Ben Hubbard, Jason Chapman
Contributors:
Ben Hubbard, Jason Chapman
Wayland

Dot.Common Sense

Ben Hubbard, Beatriz Castro
Contributors:
Ben Hubbard, Beatriz Castro
Franklin Watts

I Want a Cat

Ben Hubbard, Jason Chapman
Contributors:
Ben Hubbard, Jason Chapman
Wayland

People That Changed The World

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Wayland

Artworks That Changed The World

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Franklin Watts

Caring for Dogs and Puppies

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard
Franklin Watts

Caring for Cats and Kittens

Ben Hubbard
Authors:
Ben Hubbard

Are you thinking about taking on the huge responsibility of owning a cat? This book is a comprehensive guide for children aged 8+ to caring for a new cat or a kitten - including animals taken from a rescue centre such as Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. It covers all aspects such as choosing the right pet for you, making it feel at home, daily care, what to feed him/her and how best to communicate with your cat. The book is endorsed by Battersea Dogs & Cats Home - the most famous animal refuge charity in the country - and illustrated with images from Battersea's photo library and by the quirky cartoons of Jason Chapman who has been illustrator for the Home for a number of years.