The Living World
This remarkable volume encompasses the breadth of life on our planet. Split into eight sections, it provides a detailed guide on topics such as Water Life, Plants and the Human Body. Top features include visual factfiles, bulleted facts, charts, world records, bizarre facts and top tens.
The World of Knowledge
This definitive reference volume is an amazing factfile bursting with information. Split into eight sections, it provides a detailed guide to key topics such as Space, Earth and Arts and Culture. Top features include visual factfiles, charts, world records, bizarre facts and top tens.
Building on the success of Nature Detectives’ Handbook, this title is the ultimate tree identification guide. The introduction pages explore trees through the seasons, how to plant a tree and the Woodland Trust’s ‘Ancient Tree Hunt’ campaign. A factfile for each species gives vital statistics, including height, location and flowering and fruiting times. Children are encouraged to take photos, make notes and use the stickers to record their sightings.
Every page of this superb title is crammed with stunning colour illustrations. Introducing a huge range of subjects in fascinating detail, Junior Visual Dictionary features an encyclopedic range of objects, each with detailed annotation. Covering hundreds of topics from atoms to zebras, the subjects are colour-coded to provide younger readers with a fascinating wealth of knowledge in an easily accessible format. Packed with cutaway views and amazing diagrams, and with a comprehensive index for easy navigation, children will find Junior Visual Dictionary a fantastic way to expand their vocabulary and broaden their knowledge.
Lavishly illustrated throughout, this title provides children with masses of knowledge about different types of warriors that have entered battlefields throughout history. Each numbered fact acts as a benchmark, and as children read they can clearly chart their progress. Cartoons, quizzes, fun facts and projects are scattered throughout and actively encourage reading and learning.
Whales and Dolphins
A little book full of big questions about the animal world, all clearly answered. Children can discover everything they need to know, from why whales are so big to why dolphins squeak. Full of more than 30 fun questions with clear, simple answers and packed with fantastic illustrations to help explain things further. Also includes cartoons and extra-special facts to keep kids entertained.
This highly successful series is now available in paperback. Each title presents the reader with action-packed text and amazing facts and statistics on a wide variety of science and technological topics and is illustrated in colour throughout. A grid system gives each square of the books a unique co-ordinate, making it possible to direct the young scientist to any related articles with precision. The books include child-friendly websites that are a great way to learn more, both at home and at school. Subjects include space, plants, planet Earth, the human body, animal life, inventions, how things work and great scientists.
This brilliant new series is bursting with fantastic information, detailed illustrations and stunning photographs. Readers will be taken on a journey beneath the waves and find out why some fish glow in the dark, explore rock pools and sand dunes, and learn how people can help to save endangered coral.
This volume provides an accessible and comprehensive guide to both World War I and II. The text is supported by original war photographs, newspaper headlines, illustrations, diagrams and maps. The subject of war is sensitively handled but at the same time the text provides vital information about weapons, tactics, people’s struggle for survival – plus the price of victory.