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Kids nonfiction new titles

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Have a flick through our fascinating collection of new nonfiction books for kids. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

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Dragon world  by Tamara Macfarlane

Dragon world

Tamara Macfarlane

Book

Meet the fire-breathing beasts of mythology in this beautifully illustrated book brimming with scaled behemoths. Lurking in every corner of the earth, from the deepest depths of the oceans, to the tips of the tallest mountains, even tucked beneath the...

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Beatrix and her bunnies  by Rebecca Colby

Beatrix and her bunnies

Rebecca Colby

Book

Published in collaboration with the National Trust, this is a moving and inspiring picture book based on the life of Beatrix Potter. Beatrix loves the countryside, but lives in a big, lonely house in London - if only she had a friend. Then she meets ...

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The nature adventure book  by Katie Taylor

The nature adventure book

Katie Taylor

Book

Get close to nature with this outdoor project book for kids. This is the perfect gift for adventurous children, as they play their way through 40 crafts and games to be done outside. You don't need to live near a forest or have a huge garden to have a...

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Why is blood red?  by Emily Dodd

Why is blood red?

Emily Dodd

Book

What does the heart do? What are bones made of? Why do we yawn? Explore the intriguing answers to more than 200 questions about the human body in DK's newest biology encyclopedia for kids. This children's book, ideal for ages 6-9, will help inquisitive...

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One of a kind  by Neil Packer

One of a kind

Neil Packer

Book

Meet Arvo. Now look at his family tree. Meet his cat, Malcolm, and check out Malcolm's family tree, too. Whether people or cats, buildings or books, food or vehicles, there's a category for everything. And in this mesmerizing narrative introduction t...

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So you want to be a knight?  by Hannah Pang

So you want to be a knight?

Hannah Pang

Book

Have you ever dreamt of swapping your backpack for a suit of armor and riding to to join your fellow knights on a quest? King Arthur superfans Kate and Eddie long to do just that. One weekend, while exploring the towers and corridors of a historic castle...

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Gross science experiments  by Emma Vanstone

Gross science experiments

Emma Vanstone

Book

From squirming insects to smelly human bodies, there's so much to explore with these excitingly icky experiments. Learn about everything from food, bugs, germs and poop to all the weird and wonderful things you're made of. Taste and tear through a variety...

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Literally  by Patrick Skipworth

Literally

Patrick Skipworth

Book

This picture book explores the extraordinary stories behind the global origins of some ordinary-seeming words. Did you know that karaoke is an orchestra without any musicians, or that a companion is someone to share your lunch with? The stories behind...

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Dancing hands  by Margarita Engle

Dancing hands

Margarita Engle

Book

As a little girl, Teresa Carreño loved to let her hands dance across the beautiful keys of the piano. If she felt sad, music cheered her up, and when she was happy, the piano helped her share that joy. Soon she was writing her own songs and performing...

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The A-Z of money  by Hayley Brooks

The A-Z of money

Hayley Brooks

Book

The A-Z of Money is designed as a simple and easy way to teach your tiny entrepreneurs about the basics of finance.

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Hacks for Minecrafters. Aquatic  by Megan Miller

Hacks for Minecrafters. Aquatic

Megan Miller

Book

With more than 100 million registered players, Minecraft has captured the imagination of gamers all over the world. With Hacks for Minecrafters: Aquatic, you'll be able to discover the hidden gems of its new and improved underwater world. Only with the...

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School days  by Sarah L. Schuette

School days

Sarah L. Schuette

Graphic novel

"Treat kids to a seek-and-find celebration! Full-color photo puzzles focused on birthdays, the 100th Day of School, fiestas, and other days people celebrate make finding the hidden objects within them a delightful challenge. Pictographs and word labels...

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Snapper  by Annemarie. author. Florian

Snapper

Annemarie. author. Florian

Book

Snapper is the most caught fish species in our warm coastal waters.We consider them beautiful, both to view and to eat. They're the fish we love to love.Yet how much do we really know about them and their ocean habitats? And how can we ensure they continue...

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Where's the bunny?  by Chuck Whelon

Where's the bunny?

Chuck Whelon

Graphic novel

"A truly magical search-and-find book brimming with enchanting scenes. In Easter World, the Easter Bunny is busy making delicious chocolate eggs. She can't wait to fill her basket with treats and deliver them to children around the world. But disaster...

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Heroes and horses  by Caroline Hickey

Heroes and horses

Caroline Hickey

Book

Journey to a world of heroic deeds and fantastic creatures with three exciting myths, ready to thrill a new generation. The heroes of Greek Myths are the boldest, bravest characters of all time! Gallop through the clouds with Pegasus, the legendary f...

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Dinosaurs  by Gareth Lucas

Dinosaurs

Gareth Lucas

Graphic novel

"Densely packed with vibrantly coloured dinosaurs that fill each page. Each array of dinosaurs is full of things to find, similarities to spot, differences to detect, and lots of other delightful details to talk about. Whilst scouring the pages, young...

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Minecraft  by Stephanie Milton

Minecraft

Stephanie Milton

Book

Learn how to survive and thrive. Previously published as Guide to Exploration, the revised and updated Guide to Survival has even more insider info and tips from the experts at game-creator Mojang, making this is the definitive, fully illustrated guide...

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迁徙  by Mike Unwin

迁徙

Mike Unwin

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地铁开工了  by 加古里子

地铁开工了

加古里子

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达尔文环游世界  by Jennifer Thermes

达尔文环游世界

Jennifer Thermes

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飞机起飞了  by 千叶章弘

飞机起飞了

千叶章弘

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What if you had an animal tongue!?  by Sandra Markle

What if you had an animal tongue!?

Sandra Markle

Book

If you could have any animal's tongue, whose would you choose? Includes komodo dragon, Tube-lipped nectar bat, Tiger, Web-toed salamander, Okapi, Chameleon, Alligator snapping turtle, Red-bellied woodpecker, Wolf, Blue-tongued skink and Gaur.

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Big woolly mammoth  by Geoff Gudsell

Big woolly mammoth

Geoff Gudsell

Book

Big Woolly Mammoth take you back to the time of the Ice Age and early humans. This is a factual story about her life and times. Includes detailed facts section. Presented as a story in rhyme.

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Megan Rapinoe  by Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Vegara

Megan Rapinoe

Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Ve...

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Discover the life of Megan Rapinoe, the world record-breaking footballer and activist. Chasing a ball in the school playground, Megan discovered her calling at a young age. Even if she didn't always fit in at school, she was a star on the field, and ...

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Magnificent mistakes and fantastic failures  by Josh Langley

Magnificent mistakes and fantastic failures

Josh Langley

Book

Award-winning author, Josh Langley, is back with a a ground-breaking book on resilience for kids. Back with his trademark quirky style that's adored by both kids and parents, Langley tackles the serious subject of building resilience in today's children...

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Hot planet  by Anna Claybourne

Hot planet

Anna Claybourne

Book

Climate change is a frightening reality in today's world. From melting ice caps to forest fires, climate change is responsible for dramatic freak weather events and Earth is now warmer than it has been at any point in the last 650,000 years. Hot Planet...

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Lost in the Solar System by Joanna Cole

Lost in the Solar System

Joanna Cole

Book

On a special field trip in the magic school bus, Ms. Frizzle's class goes into outer space and visits each planet in the solar system.

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Little Elizabeth  by Valerie Wilding

Little Elizabeth

Valerie Wilding

Book

Once, a very long time ago, there was a little Princess called Elizabeth who loved to play and have fun with her horses, dogs and little sister, Margaret. But when she was ten years old, her life changed forever. From growing up during the Second World...

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In the dark  by Lisa Deresti Betik

In the dark

Lisa Deresti Betik

Book

Do you know why humans snore? Or how a cat sees in the dark? Have you ever heard of a flower that blooms only at night? The answers to these night-time mysteries and more are revealed in this entertaining non-fiction introduction to the science of ni...

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Kid reporter  by Saffron Howden

Kid reporter

Saffron Howden

Book

You don't need to be an adult to break news and change the world. You can start your career as a young reporter right now. In Kid Reporter you'll learn how to: research, investigate and interview write, produce, photograph and record fact-check and edit...

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Fly Guy presents weird animals  by Tedd Arnold

Fly Guy presents weird animals

Tedd Arnold

Book

While on a field trip to the science museum, Buzz and Fly Guy discover the world is filled with weird and unusual animals! From blobfish to naked mole rats, there's plenty for the best friends to explore.

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Super silly jokes for kids  by Vicki (Teacher) Whiting

Super silly jokes for kids

Vicki (Teacher) Whiting

Book

From the creative minds at Kid Scoop, an award-winning and nationally syndicated activity page for children, comes this hysterical book chock full of jokes, riddles, and puns! Kids will love flipping through these pages and learning over 200 jokes t...

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Girls who build  by Katie Hughes

Girls who build

Katie Hughes

Book

Girls Who Build is the how-to book that celebrates the can-do attitude of dozens of fierce girls who know how to wield a hammer, fire up a saw, and build everything from a bookshelf to a playhouse. Filled with photographs of the girls and their work,...

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The children's forest  by Dawn Casey

The children's forest

Dawn Casey

Book

A rich and abundant treasury in celebration of the outdoors, The Children's Forest encourages children's natural fascination with the forest and its inhabitants. The authors have produced an enchanting book in which imagination, story, and play bring...

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The science chef  by Joan D'Amico

The science chef

Joan D'Amico

Book

Within the category of books featuring science experiments for kids, there is a small subcategory of books that focus on science in the kitchen. The Science Chef fits into the kitchen science category but is very unique as it focuses equally on science...

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Stevie Wonder  by Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Vegara

Stevie Wonder

Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Ve...

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Discover the life of Stevie Wonder, the genius behind some of the world's best-loved songs. At just 8 years old, it was clear that Steveland Judkins was going to be a star. Renamed Stevie Wonder for his astonishing talent on the piano and other instruments,...

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Follow your breath!  by Scot Ritchie

Follow your breath!

Scot Ritchie

Book

An introduction to mindfulness and how kids can make it part of their everyday lives.

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Kane  by Matt Oldfield

Kane

Matt Oldfield

Book

When Harry Kane was released by Arsenal at nine years old for being too small, he had to use all his self-belief to prove that he could make it as an athlete. Now a superstar striker for Tottenham Hotspur and England, his hard work and determination have...

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How to be good at maths  by Peter Clarke

How to be good at maths

Peter Clarke

Book

Are you baffled by negative numbers? Need help rounding up or down? Or how to add fractions? Learn all this and more in How to be Good at Maths, the simplest-ever visual guide to maths. Find out how much you would weigh on Jupiter, calculate the mean...

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Ocean speaks  by Jess Keating

Ocean speaks

Jess Keating

Book

From a young age, Marie Tharp loved watching the world. She loved solving problems. And she loved pushing the limits of what girls and women were expected to do and be. In the mid-twentieth century, women were not welcome in the sciences, but Marie w...

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Farm

Farm

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Exquisite photography captures and follows the early lives of children's favourite farm animals. Everyone loves baby animals and this book is a must for fans of adorable farm animals. In this series of three elegant books, baby animals are shown in b...

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Charles Darwin  by Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Vegara

Charles Darwin

Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Ve...

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From the critically acclaimed, multimillion-copy best-selling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, discover the life of Charles Darwin, the scientist who changed the way people see the world. Although he didn’t do very well at school, Charles Darwin was...

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We are The Supremes  by Zoë Tucker

We are The Supremes

Zoë Tucker

Book

This inspiring picture book tells the story of three young school friends whose amazing talent and hard work saw them become America's most successful vocal group of all time, The Supremes. This book tells the story of the friendship between Flo, Mary...

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Climate crisis for beginners  by Andrew (Andy) Prentice

Climate crisis for beginners

Andrew (Andy) Prentice

Book

This book explains, in simple language and with clear illustrations, what the climate is, and how it is changing very rapidly at the moment, and the effects this is having on our planet. It tackles suggestions about what needs to change in the way people...

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Prince  by Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Vegara

Prince

Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Ve...

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In this book from the critically acclaimed, multimillion-copy bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, discover the life of Prince, one of the most iconic performers in music history. From a young age, Prince was obsessed with music. Even though...

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Do lizards eat ice cream?  by Etta Kaner

Do lizards eat ice cream?

Etta Kaner

Book

A fun and factual exploration of how animals stay cool in hot weather. Do koalas run through sprinklers? Do ants sit in front of air conditioners? No! But in ultra-hot weather, animals and humans alike have adopted creative ways of beating the heat. ...

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The International Day of the Girl  by Jessica Dee Humphreys

The International Day of the Girl

Jessica Dee Humphreys

Book

Half the children of the world -- the girls -- are treated unfairly because of their gender. But girls around the word are taking action. The International Day of the Girl features nine inspiring stories based on real girls' experiences with gender i...

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Pretty tricky  by Etta Kaner

Pretty tricky

Etta Kaner

Book

Ever thought of plants as sneaky or tricky? Probably not. But after reading this book, you might think differently. In this latest non-fiction book by the award-winning author Etta Kaner, readers are introduced to variety of plants from around the world...

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The boy who lived with dragons  by Andy Shepherd

The boy who lived with dragons

Andy Shepherd

Book

"Tomas has a big secret. He has his own tiny dragon, Flicker. A dragon which grew on a very special tree in his grandad's garden. And not only that - his friends Ted, Kai and Kat have dragons too, all grown on the same dragonfruit tree. Having your own...

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Rainforests  by Anita Ganeri

Rainforests

Anita Ganeri

Book

An amazing introduction to jungle and rainforest life accompanied by brilliant full colour photos of creatures in action. Learn how the animals that spend their lives surrounded by some of the world's biggest forests hunt for food, raise their young or...

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What are little girls made of?  by Jeanne Willis

What are little girls made of?

Jeanne Willis

Book

Award-winning author, Jeanne Willis, revamps all the favourite Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes. Think you know your favourite classic nursery rhymes? Read this picture book and think again! In this witty reworking of popular nursery rhymes, Georgie Porgie...

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Raya and the last dragon. Raya's world  by Julia March

Raya and the last dragon. Raya's world

Julia March

Book

Follow Raya's epic quest as it takes her through the different lands of Kumandra. Meet curious creatures, friends and foes along the way.

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London  by Terry Deary

London

Terry Deary

Book

'London' dishes the dirt on life in the capital - the lies, the legends and all the lousy details, from the rotten Roman rulers to the plague-ridden peasants.

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Bomb  by Steve Sheinkin

Bomb

Steve Sheinkin

Book

In December of 1938, a chemist in a German laboratory made a shocking discovery: When placed next to radioactive material, a uranium atom split in two. That simple discovery, dealing with the tiniest of particles, launched a cut-throat race that would...

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Frozen  by Jennifer H. Keast

Frozen

Jennifer H. Keast

Graphic novel

Embark on an epic Frozen adventure with this Look and Find collection including scenes from both movies! Join Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven as you search for hidden objects in 16 frost-covered scenes. Then, sled to the back of the book for more...

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The rainforest book  by Charlotte Milner

The rainforest book

Charlotte Milner

Book

Sweep aside the liana vines, hop over the giant roots of the kapok tree, and follow the sound of the howler monkey as you venture into the tropical rainforest. Find out about some of the amazing animals that live there, learn about the enormous variety...

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Stanley Jr. gardening is awesome!  by Chris Peterson

Stanley Jr. gardening is awesome!

Chris Peterson

Book

STANLEY (R) Jr's Gardening is Awesome gets kids building and learning in the garden with a dozen fun projects. Kids can jump right in with an introduction to gardening. A complete basics section on vegetables, fruits, flowers, trees, and shrubs kicks...

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Drawing on walls  by Matthew Burgess

Drawing on walls

Matthew Burgess

Book

Truly devoted to the idea of public art, Haring created murals wherever he went. From Matthew Burgess, the much-acclaimed author of Enormous Smallness, comes Drawing on Walls: A Story of Keith Haring. Often seen drawing in white chalk on the matte black...

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Pets and their famous humans  by Ana Gallo

Pets and their famous humans

Ana Gallo

Book

In this charmingly illustrated collection of pet-related stories children will find out about some of history's most important scientists, artists, writers, and musicians and their beloved animals. Did you know that Mozart's pet starling was the insp...

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Insects by the numbers  by Steve Jenkins

Insects by the numbers

Steve Jenkins

Book

Through infographics and illustrations readers will learn about the sometimes gross and absolutely always fascinating world of insects. With astounding numbers, facts, and figures, discover some of the most astonishing aspects of the animals that outnumber...

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First picture atlas  by Deborah Chancellor

First picture atlas

Deborah Chancellor

Book

Take an exciting journey around the world and explore every country on Earth. Beautifully illustrated by award-winning Anthony Lewis, the colourful maps, plus lively and informative text make this an essential atlas for younger readers. Jet off to So...

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The eighty-dollar champion  by Elizabeth Letts

The eighty-dollar champion

Elizabeth Letts

Book

In 1958, a horse bound for the slaughterhouse is purchased by a man who names him Snowman and takes him to the top of equestrian show jumping.

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Feeling frightened!  by Kay Barnham

Feeling frightened!

Kay Barnham

Book

"This lovely picturebook story tells the story of a small child helping others who are frightened, before finding out that they're frightened too. Illustrating scenarios of why children become frightened will help readers to identify their feelings and...

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Amazing treasures  by David Long

Amazing treasures

David Long

Book

Discover 100 of the world's most remarkable artefacts, most stunning artworks and most intriguing ruins in this beautifully illustrated book about Earth's treasures. Treasures both natural and manmade make an appearance in a tour which stretches acro...

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This book will (help) make you happy  by Suzy Reading

This book will (help) make you happy

Suzy Reading

Book

Discover how you can cut the stress, catch up on sleep and breathe a little easier with 50 practical tips to really make you feel happier! The world is a pretty stressful place, and we all need some help reminding us to take care of ourselves. But the...

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Birds  by Pamela Hickman

Birds

Pamela Hickman

Book

This beautifully illustrated, comprehensive book is all about why birds are such an important part of the wildlife food chain.

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The Land of Stories  by Chris Colfer

The Land of Stories

Chris Colfer

Book

"A combination travel guide, encyclopedia, and fan compendium to the Land of Stories series"--

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Season of the witch  by Matt Ralphs

Season of the witch

Matt Ralphs

Book

Tracing as far back as the Stone Age, witches have fascinated us for centuries. But were they evil sorceresses determined to seek revenge, or suppressed feminists who were misunderstood? From Egyptian priestesses to Norse healers, take a closer look at...

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Kaleidoscope of creatures  by Cath Ard

Kaleidoscope of creatures

Cath Ard

Book

Why are animals so amazingly colourful? Find out in this kaleidoscopic look at the technicolour world of animals. Meet animals of every colour of the rainbow and find out why they are the colours and patterns they are. Discover the reason why some animals...

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Where does poo go?  by Katie Daynes

Where does poo go?

Katie Daynes

Book

Using flaps, quirky questions and Dan Taylor's delightful illustrations to reveal everything you wanted to know about poo - and a little bit more. Starting with human sewage then moving on to animal poo, this surprisingly charming book explores what ...

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In the beginning  by Haiyan Fan

In the beginning

Haiyan Fan

Book

In this beautiful picture book, every single Chinese character is artfully illustrated, restoring the abstract pictograph symbols to the corresponding real life objects for everyone in the world to enjoy and to savor. Through the engaging adventure s...

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The secret lives of queens and kings  by Veruska Motta

The secret lives of queens and kings

Veruska Motta

Book

To be living as a king or queen sounds amazing, doesn't it? This book shows the real ups and downs of Queens and Kings lives, to show that all that glitter isn't gold! The stories of great Queens and Kings from all over the world are here collected, from...

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Let's learn Spanish  by Aurora Cacciapuoti

Let's learn Spanish

Aurora Cacciapuoti

Book

Learning Spanish is just a few pictures away in this lovingly illustrated picture book language primer!

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Wanted!  by Heather Tekavec

Wanted!

Heather Tekavec

Book

What do a cuckoo who abandons her own egg and a frog who fakes his own death have in common? They're two of the most wanted creatures in the animal kingdom! In this hilarious nonfiction book, readers will meet 13 badly behaved creatures and the detective...

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When I'm feeling love  by Tracey Moroney

When I'm feeling love

Tracey Moroney

Book

Feeling love can make you feel like you belong and are accepted for everything that you are... even the naughty bits!

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Minecraft  by Craig Jelley

Minecraft

Craig Jelley

Book

Introduces such creative mode elements as functional and aesthetic decor, and provides directions for building a remote outpost, ocean observatory, and steampunk airship.

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Ice!  by Douglas Florian

Ice!

Douglas Florian

Book

From the opening poem, which describes the poles as our "earth refrigerator" to the call to action in the closing verse about climate change, artist and poet Douglas Florian applies his prodigious talent to twenty-one poems and illustrations that rai...

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Fire burn, cauldron bubble

Fire burn, cauldron bubble

Book

Can you hear the distant dragon's rumble of thunder? And smell the sweet swampy aroma of the ogre? Can you taste the tangy tarantula tarts? And see the girl who's really a wizard? From magic carpets and wands to unicorns, potions, creams and lotions,...

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伊索寓言. by author Aesop

伊索寓言.

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伊索寓言. by author Aesop

伊索寓言.

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Wise before five  by Libby Walden

Wise before five

Libby Walden

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By the time a child reaches the age of five, they have changed more in those early years than they will at any other point in their life. This amazing feat is celebrated in Wise Before Five. This illustrated guide is packed with everything a five-yea...

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The book of hopes

The book of hopes

Book

"I asked them to write something very short, fiction or non-fiction, or draw something that would make the children reading it feel like possibility-ists: something that would make them laugh or wonder or snort or smile. The response was magnificent,...

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Poems to save the world with

Poems to save the world with

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Chosen and illustrated by Chris Riddell, Poems to Save the World With -the follow-up to Poems to Live Your Life By and Poems to Fall in Love With - will ignite your inner activist and provide comfort and inspiration. These poems speak of hope, happin...

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Who do you think you are?  by Alice Harman

Who do you think you are?

Alice Harman

Book

Written by award winning children's writer Alice Harman. Discover how your brain responds to information, how you process emotion and your preferred method of absorbing knowledge in this interactive book with activities to try on yourself and your fr...

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You wouldn't want to sail on the Mary Rose!  by Fiona Macdonald

You wouldn't want to sail on the Mary Rose!

Fiona Macdonald

Book

You're a young sailor aboard the ill-fated Mary Rose, pride of Henry VIII's fleet. You'll learn the ropes (literally!) as you explore the famous ship's rigging, its diverse and occasionally motley crew, its food supply and weaponry for battle. You'll...

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Batteries, bulbs, and wires  by David Glover

Batteries, bulbs, and wires

David Glover

Book

A vibrant and hands-on approach to practical science experiments. Discover it Yourself: Batteries, Bulbs and Wires is packed with scientific facts, experiments and activities. Keen scientists can discover how magnets work, what makes a conductor or i...

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Sound and light  by David Glover

Sound and light

David Glover

Book

A vibrant and hands-on approach to practical science experiments. Discover it Yourself: Batteries, Bulbs and Wires is packed with scientific facts, experiments and activities. Keen scientists can discover how magnets work, what makes a conductor or i...

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Harry Potter

Harry Potter

Book

"As the British Library unveils a very special new exhibition in the UK, Harry Potter: A History of Magic, readers everywhere are invited on an enchanting journey through the Hogwarts curriculum, from Care of Magical Creatures and Herbology to Defense...

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We are all equal!  by Shannon Weber

We are all equal!

Shannon Weber

Book

What is equality? A big question to answer and an even bigger topic to implement. Activists Assemble: We Are All Equal explains what it is to be a citizen, how important it is to treat, and be treated, as equal within the society, and how you can use...

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Fake news  by Tom Jackson

Fake news

Tom Jackson

Book

What is fake news? How can the news be wrong? How do we know if what we're reading is true or not? The concept of fake news and the media as a whole is discussed as part of the What's the Issue series. What's the Issue asks 'what's all the fuss about?'...

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I'm ready ... for school!  by Amanda Li

I'm ready ... for school!

Amanda Li

Book

Ladybird I'm Ready for School is a big, colourful book from Ladybird with engaging pictures. It includes everything your little one needs to know before they start school. From simple early learning concepts to the seasons, parts of the body and the ...

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I am not a label  by Cerrie Burnell

I am not a label

Cerrie Burnell

Book

This book brings together 34 disabled artists, thinkers, athletes and activists from past and present. In this stylishly illustrated biography anthology, meet 30 artists, thinkers, athletes and activists with disabilities, from past and present. From...

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