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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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How to draw dogs & puppies  by Diana (Diana L.) Fisher

How to draw dogs & puppies

Diana (Diana L.) Fisher

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Learn the secrets to drawing realistic dogs and puppies through step-by-step projects, focusing on techniques specific to drawing canines, from creating a variety of fur types and features to achieving accurate proportions.

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The big book of hacks for Minecrafters  by Megan Miller

The big book of hacks for Minecrafters

Megan Miller

Book

"With more than 100 million registered Minecraft accounts and rights picked up by Warner Brothers for a The Lego Movie style, action-adventure film, Minecraft is on its way to becoming the next big children's brand. While there are several successful...

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Where's Shaun?

Where's Shaun?

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"Think ewe have what it takes to find Shaun and his mischievous flock? Where's Shaun? search and find activity book is designed to test the most astute minds. There's all kinds of dastardly goings-on in each scenario. Each double-page spread is designed...

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Ready, set, go!  by Rebecca Wheeler

Ready, set, go!

Rebecca Wheeler

Book

"Fly a plane or drive a car: Transport takes us near and far. Boilers steam and pistons boom. Start your engines. Whizz! Roar! Zoom! Want to see a trio of converted Massey Ferguson tractors heading to the South Pole? Ever spied a Trekka in action on a...

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'Oku ou longomo'ui

'Oku ou longomo'ui

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"Choosing the right food, staying active, keeping clean and getting a good night's sleep - this book will help you learn about simple ways to grow up strong and well." -- Back end paper.

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Ko hoku famili 'oku fe'ofo'ofani

Ko hoku famili 'oku fe'ofo'ofani

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"Healthy families love each other and look after each other. Each member has a part to play in keeping the family healthy and happy."--Back end page.

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Jane Goodall  by Libby Romero

Jane Goodall

Libby Romero

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In this kids biography, discover the inspiring story of Jane Goodall, whose work with chimpanzees changed the way we understand animals and ourselves. Jane Goodall was a pioneer of primatology through her groundbreaking work with chimpanzees in Africa....

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Minecraft

Minecraft

Book

This book's goal is to show you the most incredible possibilities and unlock your creative abilities to master the Minecraft world.

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Tiger the police dog  by Lisa Gerry

Tiger the police dog

Lisa Gerry

Book

Calling Paw Patrol fans and all dog lovers: follow the real life adventures of dogs with jobs as they help their communities and save the day. In this endearing read-aloud picture book, readers meet courageous canine Tiger and follow him as he spends...

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Dolley the fire dog  by Lisa Gerry

Dolley the fire dog

Lisa Gerry

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Join real-life fire dog Dolley as she helps protect her city. Follow along as Dolley spends an exciting day at work.

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Professor Astro Cat's space rockets  by Dominic Walliman

Professor Astro Cat's space rockets

Dominic Walliman

Book

"Get ready for liftoff! Join Professor Astro Cat and friends for a high-flying, rocket-fuelled adventure into space exploration! This fascinating journey teaches young readers about how rockets have taken us to the moon and beyond."--Provided by publ...

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The great big book of families  by Mary Hoffman

The great big book of families

Mary Hoffman

Book

Simple and colourful introduction to the concept of family, and its many forms, for younger children.

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Fua'i'akau mo e Vesitapolo, ifo mo mo'uilelei

Fua'i'akau mo e Vesitapolo, ifo mo mo'uilelei

Book

"Fresh fruit and vegetables are very important for our body. When we eat them every day they help our bodies to grow, be healthy, have energy, and fight disease."--Back end paper.

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Ko e 'ea ma'a 'a e lelei taha

Ko e 'ea ma'a 'a e lelei taha

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"There are ways to cut down air pollution. We can all work together to make sure that our environment and the air that we breathe is clean and healthy for our bodies."--Back end paper.

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Fili 'a e me'akai mo'uilelei

Fili 'a e me'akai mo'uilelei

Book

What is junk food and how much should you be eating? Sure, chips and candy taste great but healthy snacks like fresh fruits and veggies can be better for your overall health.

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A dream of flight  by Rob Polivka

A dream of flight

Rob Polivka

Book

For fans of The Man Who Walked Between the Towers, here is a charming biography of inventor and daredevil airman Alberto Santos-Dumont.

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On the lookout for tuatara  by Ngaire Dolphin

On the lookout for tuatara

Ngaire Dolphin

Book

"New Zealand's living Dinosaur the Tuatara found at Ti Point Reptile Park. Drew is a young school boy whose interest is aroused by the a classmate's comments about tuatara. His curiosity about tuatara leads him to find illustrations to draw, so he can...

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Three Korean fairy tales  by So-un Kim

Three Korean fairy tales

So-un Kim

Book

This multicultural children's book presents a selection of traditional Korean folk tales that are instantly recognizable to Koreans of all ages. These treasured tales are retold by Kim So-un, an eminent storyteller who is a household name in Korea. T...

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Food fight!  by Tanya Wenman Steel

Food fight!

Tanya Wenman Steel

Book

"Grab your knife and fork get ready to dig in to human history through the lens of food and the struggle to acquire it with award-winning celebrity food editor and author Tanya Steel and her husband, historian Robert Steel. The quest for food has inspired...

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Aesop's fables  by Charles Santore

Aesop's fables

Charles Santore

Book

A collection of short moral tales first told by the Greek slave Aesop.

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Thai children's favorite stories  by Marian Davies Toth

Thai children's favorite stories

Marian Davies Toth

Book

In captivating text and illustrations, this beautiful multicultural children's book presents a collection of cherished fables, myths, legends and fairy tales from Thailand that have been passed down through generations of Thai families. The nine char...

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Stephen Biesty's cross-sections  by Stephen Biesty

Stephen Biesty's cross-sections

Stephen Biesty

Book

Text and cutaway illustrations depict life aboard a British warship of the Napoleonic era, covering such topics as work, leisure, discipline, navigating, and fighting.

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Korean celebrations  by Tina Cho

Korean celebrations

Tina Cho

Book

Korean Celebrations takes young readers on an exciting exploration of Korea's colorful festivals and family celebrations--wonderful days that are filled with exciting activities and delicious foods. This book allows children to experience Korean cult...

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Celebrations around the world

Celebrations around the world

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Embark on an exciting journey through the most interesting and important festivals, celebrations, and holidays enjoyed by people around the world. Stunning original illustrations and fascinating facts will inspire and inform children about cultures a...

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Henry  by Stephanie True Peters

Henry

Stephanie True Peters

Book

Join an extraordinary dog in his work to rescue people caught in an avalanche's path. In Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia, avalanche rescue dogs ride chairlifts and snowmobiles, fly down the slopes on skiers' shoulders, and even descend from helicopters...

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What shape is it?  by Jackie Walter

What shape is it?

Jackie Walter

Book

"What Shape Is It? looks at different shapes and encourages children to spot them in the environment. It introduces language for discussing shapes, for example faces and sides, and promotes thinking creatively about which shapes fit together well."--...

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Ancient Egypt  by Marcia Williams

Ancient Egypt

Marcia Williams

Book

Full of mystery and adventure, the stories of the Egyptian pharaohs and their ancient gods are steeped in thousands of years of history. From the creation myth to the curse of Tutankhamen and the fall of Cleopatra, this title includes nine stories of...

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Toy story 4 by Erin Rose Wage

Toy story 4

Erin Rose Wage

Book

The toys are back in a brand-new adventure! Search for Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep, and more friends, old and new, in 8 exciting scenes inspired by Toy Story 4. Then, turn to the back of the book for even more more look and find challenges!

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Bigfoot goes on vacation  by D. L. (David Lee) Miller

Bigfoot goes on vacation

D. L. (David Lee) Miller

Book

"A collection of seek and find challenges in which finding BigFoot accompanies facts about popular vacation sites"--

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The wimpy kid movie diary  by Jeff Kinney

The wimpy kid movie diary

Jeff Kinney

Book

Provides a behind-the-scenes look at the movie, profiling the actors and their roles, as well as describing the sets and filming experience through cartoons, photos, storyboards, and anecdotes.

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Odd science  by James Olstein

Odd science

James Olstein

Book

A full head of human hair is strong enough to support up to 12 tons in weight. Microglia are brain cells that trim/eat long synapses of material that no longer functions throughout the brain. Scientists have used the video game Pac-Man to explain this...

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Illustrated stories from China  by Rosie Dickins

Illustrated stories from China

Rosie Dickins

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Discover magical princesses, mighty dragons, mischievous monkeys and more, in this captivating collection of classic Chinese tales. Specially selected and retold for readers today, each story is brought vividly to life by traditional Chinese brush-an...

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How to survive on a desert island  by Denis Tribaudeau

How to survive on a desert island

Denis Tribaudeau

Book

Calling all castaways! You've probably pretended to be an explorer alone on a desert island in the middle of the ocean. It's a fantastic adventure! But if you were shipwrecked and washed ashore, do you think you'd be able to survive? If you've read this...

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The magnificent migration  by Sy Montgomery

The magnificent migration

Sy Montgomery

Book

Follows a safari team led by Dr. Richard Estes as they track one of the largest land migrations--wildebeests crossing the Serengeti--with information on other animal migrations and the importance of protecting the African savanna ecosystem.

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What is an archaeologist?  by Libby Romero

What is an archaeologist?

Libby Romero

Book

In this Level 3 reader, learn all about how archaeologists unearth history, from Egyptian pyramids to Incan roads, and everything in between. Travel around the world and back in time to learn about one of the coolest careers. You'll learn all about w...

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Foxes  by Laura F. Marsh

Foxes

Laura F. Marsh

Book

Mysterious, cunning, smart, and sleek, foxes are one of kids' favorite animals. Learn all about this fantastic forest canine! Packed with beautiful and engaging photos, this new leveled reader dives into the amazing world of foxes. Kids will learn all...

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Michael Dahl's big book of jokes  by Michael Dahl

Michael Dahl's big book of jokes

Michael Dahl

Book

Laughter is the best medicine, and this book has plenty of dosages! Michael Dahl's Big Book of Jokes is packed with jokes and riddles, covering everything from school jokes to knock-knock and animal jokes. Read them on your own, tell them to your friends,...

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The story of life  by Anne Rooney

The story of life

Anne Rooney

Book

Where did the first cells come from? Why did creatures first crawl out of the ocean? Why do humans have tailbones? This beautifully illustrated, highly accessible book invites young readers ages 8 and up to discover the extraordinary true story of ev...

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People and places

People and places

Book

Meet the people of the world and find out about some of the fascinating cultures that make up our global community. From Spaniards to Samoans, and the Miao to the Miskitu, this fully updated edition of DK's popular Encyclopedia of People will take you...

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The big book of the UK  by Imogen Russell Williams

The big book of the UK

Imogen Russell Williams

Book

Welcome... Fáilte... Croeso... Fair faa ye... to the United Kingdom! The Big Book of the UK introduces readers to customs and culture of the United Kingdom. Learn about the sport of "dwile flonking" and find out where black diamonds come from. Meet t...

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One million things

One million things

Book

A general pictorial reference guide covers topics arranged into such categories as nature, human body, science and technology, space, history, and art and culture.

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How to draw  by Aaria Baid

How to draw

Aaria Baid

Book

Even if your little one has never drawn before, they can create pictures better than they ever imagined. Every artist starts with the basics and here is a step-by-step guide to them all. With this how to draw for kids book, every kid can be creative ...

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Official Fortnite  by Kirsten Murray

Official Fortnite

Kirsten Murray

Book

Learn how to draw 35 of the game's most popular icons-including Outfits, weapons, building materials, and vehicles. In easy-to-follow stages, you'll go step-by-step from rough sketch to detailed finish.

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Crossing on time  by David Macaulay

Crossing on time

David Macaulay

Book

An extended picture book about the history and construction of the steamship SS United States, its designer William Francis Gibbs, and author/illustrator David Macaulay's personal story of immigration to America on board the SS United States.

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Australian backyard earth scientist  by Peter Macinnis

Australian backyard earth scientist

Peter Macinnis

Book

Find out where rain comes from and what geysers look like! Read about soil becoming too salty and why greenhouse gases are increasing. Did you know that fog is a cloud sitting on the ground and that ice can tell you about the environment of millions of...

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Romans

Romans

Book

Travel back to ancient Rome to see what it was like to live in one of the largest ever empires on Earth.

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Wilderness  by Mia Cassany

Wilderness

Mia Cassany

Book

Adventure awaits in this beautiful and exciting book that takes readers on a journey into the wilderness. Discover amazing forests, scorching deserts, dense jungles, tropical rainforests and dazzling waterfalls. Watch monkeys in the treetops, spiders...

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Rock painting for kids  by Lin Wellford

Rock painting for kids

Lin Wellford

Book

Easy-to-follow instructions will teach readers how to create amazing creatures, incredible toys, and wild gifts for friends and family. All it takes is some paint, a few rocks, and imagination.

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Rudolf Nureyev  by Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Vegara

Rudolf Nureyev

Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Ve...

Book

Rudolf fell in love with dance as a child. But he was not allowed to go to ballet school until he was 17. There, he had to make up for lost time and hone his skills to compete with the other dancers. As a professional, he dazzled audiences with sensa...

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Inventor lab  by Jack Challoner

Inventor lab

Jack Challoner

Book

Get to grips with circuits, motors and more as you create your own tech projects. This DK children's book aged 9-15 is brimming with exciting, educational activities and projects that focus on electronics and technology. Keep your siblings out of your...

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Calling all witches!  by Laurie Calkhoven

Calling all witches!

Laurie Calkhoven

Book

For all the girls as clever as Hermione Granger, as dedicated as Tina Goldstein, and as fierce as Minerva McGonagall, this incredible compendium is packed with the stories of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts' extraordinary heroines! Besides the seri...

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Ripley's believe it or not!. 100 years.

Ripley's believe it or not!. 100 years.

Book

Ripley's Believe It or Not! is globally renowned as the authority on the weird, the eccentric, and the amazing. Ripley's Believe It or Not! provides entertaining books for children of all ages which educates and informs them in a humorous style. The ...

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Easy peasy  by Kirsten Bradley

Easy peasy

Kirsten Bradley

Book

An introduction to easy gardening so you can grow everywhere and anywhere. Whether you live in the city or the countryside, there are plenty of places you can plant and grow. For a new generation of green fingers there are different ways to bring nature...

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Stories for children  by Oscar Wilde

Stories for children

Oscar Wilde

Book

"Three magical tales by Oscar Wilde that sparkle with wit and enchantment: The happy prince, The nightingale and the rose, and the Selfish giant. A beautiful edition featuring Charles Robinson's original watercolors; a timeless treasure for the family"...

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Forts for kids  by David R. Stiles

Forts for kids

David R. Stiles

Book

"All kids love the idea of a hideaway--a place that is theirs, no parents allowed. But how on earth can they actually build one? In Forts for Kids, an inspirational yet practical guide, David Stiles, the most trusted authority on DIY building projects...

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The LEGO ideas book  by Daniel Lipkowitz

The LEGO ideas book

Daniel Lipkowitz

Book

Packed full of tips from expert LEGO builders on how to make jet planes reach new heights, create fantastic fortresses, swing through lush jungles, have fun on the farm and send space shuttles out of this world! Divided into six themed chapters, tran...

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Drawing faces  by Rosie Dickins

Drawing faces

Rosie Dickins

Book

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Children in World War Two facts & jokes  by John Townsend

Children in World War Two facts & jokes

John Townsend

Book

Fact-packed guide to childhood during the Blitz! Dozens of gut-busting gags. Snack-sized information - everything from scary gasmasks to exploding sausages!

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The rocking book of rocks  by Amy Ball

The rocking book of rocks

Amy Ball

Book

Learn everything you ever wanted to know about rocks and minerals in this stunning book. Discover space rocks, gemstones, metals, volcanoes, world wonders and more. With out-of-this-world artwork from Anna Alanko and expert content written by two geo...

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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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Planet in peril  by Anita Ganeri

Planet in peril

Anita Ganeri

Book

Aaarrggh! The planet is in peril. Can you help to fix it with these cool earth-saving tips? Planet in Peril is the ultra useful, totally indispensable, environmental handbook that no child should be without. In your Horrible Geography earth-saving ha...

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Odious oceans  by Anita Ganeri

Odious oceans

Anita Ganeri

Book

Discover where in the world you can tuck into a poisonous pufferfish, spot some perilous pirates and explore the savage seabed! Filled with hilarious illustrations by Mike Phillips, HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY is the perfect escapism from miserable maps, rott...

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A bare bear  by Caz Hildebrand

A bare bear

Caz Hildebrand

Book

A funny, thought-provoking introduction to homonyms and homophones, with crisply bright, contemporary illustrations. Meet a yak who can't stop yackety-yacking, a hare with huge hair and a bear who's, well, rather bare! Playing with language in a wond...

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Snackable science experiments  by Emma Vanstone

Snackable science experiments

Emma Vanstone

Book

Delicious experiments to discover, build, explore and more! Emma Vanstone, Chief Experimenter at Science Sparks and author of This Is Rocket Science, is a scientist, educator, author and mother ready to break down the science behind the tastiest treats...

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Rugby

Rugby

Book

This thrilling introduction to rugby helps kids get to grips with the rules of rugby, learn rugby skills, and gen up on rugby world records. The book looks at the history of the game, and touches on the main types of rugby, including Rugby Union, Rugby...

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Plastic  by Eun Ju Kim

Plastic

Eun Ju Kim

Book

Where does all the plastic waste go? Journey through the life cycle of plastic, how plastics are produced, the many uses of plastics throughout the last century, how our plastic use has spiralled out of control, and what we can do about it.

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Bruce Lee  by Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Vegara

Bruce Lee

Ma Isabel (María Isabel) Sánchez Ve...

Book

Born in San Francisco but raised in Hong Kong, Bruce Lee was a talented actor, appearing in his first of many films at just three months old. By harnessing his skill as a martial artist, Bruce created, directed, and acted in blockbuster hits such as Enter...

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Geography facts & jokes  by John Townsend

Geography facts & jokes

John Townsend

Book

Quirky illustrations and bite-sized text provide an accessible and entertaining introduction to geography, including meteorites that smash into the Earth, foul-smelling fungi in rainforests and the dormant supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National...

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Christmas facts & jokes  by John Townsend

Christmas facts & jokes

John Townsend

Book

This hilarious, fact-packed information book will have young readers laughing as they're learning. Quirky illustrations and bite-sized text provide an accessible and entertaining introduction to Christmas, including why sprouts make us fart, the name...

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Darwin's tree of life  by Michael Bright

Darwin's tree of life

Michael Bright

Book

Follow the evolution of plants and animals, from the first living things 6 billion years ago to the animals living in the world today. Darwin's Tree of Life shows how the incredible diversity of life on earth came to be. This beautifully illustrated ...

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The unofficial ultimate Harry Potter spellbook

The unofficial ultimate Harry Potter spellbook

Book

The Unofficial Ultimate Harry Potter Spellbook is a beautiful, elegantly designed reference that details all of the known spells cast in the Harry Potter films, books, video games and card games, as well as official Harry Potter spinoffs, such as Fan...

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Clownfish aren't so funny  by Matt Weiss

Clownfish aren't so funny

Matt Weiss

Book

Dive in and enjoy these surprising stories about the ocean's smallest creatures! Clownflsh aren't funny, cuttlefish aren't cuddly, and mantis shrimp aren't so shrimpy (they're TOUGH dudes)! While sharks, whales, and dolphins get plenty of attention, the...

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Space facts & jokes  by John Townsend

Space facts & jokes

John Townsend

Book

"This hilarious, fact-packed information book will have young readers laughing as they're learning. Quirky illustrations and bite-sized text provide an accessible and entertaining introduction to outer space, including why Galileo was imprisoned for ...

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Festival folk  by Rob (illustrator) Flowers

Festival folk

Rob (illustrator) Flowers

Book

"A beautifully illustrated compedium of weird and wonderful festival costumes around the world. The festivals in this book are often little known outside their locale and they are all characterised by the most radical and bizarre costumes...

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Superbug  by John Woodward

Superbug

John Woodward

Book

Profiles the worlds largest, strongest, and loudest insects, providing statistics and facts on each, from the honeypot ants of Australia and hornet moth of Europe to the golden chafer of Central America and the orchid mantid of Southeast Asia.

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Yvette Williams  by David Riley

Yvette Williams

David Riley

Book

"It's the final of the 1952 Olympic long jump competition. Yvette Williams is trying to do something no New Zealand woman has done - win an Olympic gold medal. [Her] first two jumps were disqualified. She has one chance left. She sprints along the track,...

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Hummingbird  by Nicola Davies

Hummingbird

Nicola Davies

Book

A hummingbird weighs less than a nickel, less than a 20 pence piece, less than a 50 cent bit. Whatever way you use to measure it, it's tiny. But every spring, hummingbirds that have spent the winter in Mexico fly north to make the most of the warmer ...

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Science  by Chris Woodford

Science

Chris Woodford

Book

Get children excited about science with this essential, encylopedic introduction to physics, chemistry, and biology. What makes a firework bang? How do plants use sunlight to make food? What is the mysterious force that makes a magnet cling to your.....

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My best book of trains  by Richard Balkwill

My best book of trains

Richard Balkwill

Book

From the first railroads to steam trains and the famous Bullet Train, My Best Book of Trains shows the history of this transport and is packed with colour photographs, drawings and easy-to-understand information.

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Martin Brown's lesser spotted animals. 2. by Martin Brown

Martin Brown's lesser spotted animals. 2.

Martin Brown

Book

Bored with the usual suspects? Got a thirst for more nifty nature knowledge and a love of the unknown underdog? Then this book is the book for you! Discover more brilliant beasts you never knew you needed to know about from the altai argali to the...

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Dr. E's super stellar solar system  by Bethany Ehlmann

Dr. E's super stellar solar system

Bethany Ehlmann

Book

This stellar book introduces kids to outer space through in-depth info and comic book adventure. Along the way, kids follow explorer Bethany Ehlmann, a member of the NASA Mars Rover Curiosity mission, and her lovable robo-dog, Rover, as they study and...

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Star stories  by Anita Ganeri

Star stories

Anita Ganeri

Book

"For thousands of years people have looked up to the night sky and told stories about the stars. This stunning book brings together a selection of these legends from all over the world from Ancient Greece to North America, Egypt, China, India and the...

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环球旅行  by Taraneh Ghajar Jerven

环球旅行

Taraneh Ghajar Jerven

Book

"Get ready to embark on an epic adventure to Italy, Mexico, Thailand, Japan, the United Kingdom, and many more countries around the world to learn about thirty-eight amazing capital cities. Children will love seeing the sights, discovering facts about...

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深海精灵  by Camilla De la Bédoyère

深海精灵

Camilla De la Bédoyère

Book

Look into the deep to find some of nature's strangest creatures. How does the Firefly squid save its life with a multicoloured glow? How does the Anglerfish draw in its prey? Intricately drawn artworks highlight the extraordinary features of each ani...

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星空  by 关口修

星空

关口修

Book

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So you want to be a Viking?  by Georgia Amson-Bradshaw

So you want to be a Viking?

Georgia Amson-Bradshaw

Book

Kate, Eddie, and Angus are dazzled by pictures of Viking warriors' deadly axes and blingy swords in their library books. But when they're transported back in time to Scandinavia in 991 CE, they must figure out if they have what it takes to become Vik...

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So you want to be a Roman soldier?  by Georgia Amson-Bradshaw

So you want to be a Roman soldier?

Georgia Amson-Bradshaw

Book

An essential guide for wannabe legionaries--and fair warning to those brave, or stupid, enough to sign up. In this highly entertaining adventure, Kate, Eddie, and Angus travel back in time to see if they have what it takes to be a Roman soldier. Under...

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A curious menagerie  by Carin Berger

A curious menagerie

Carin Berger

Book

Introduces readers to 64 unusual and engaging collective nouns ranging from a flamboyance of flamingos to a mischief of mice. Includes a note about the origin of the collective nouns featured in the book.

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