This set of brilliant books takes a sideways look at all that is wild, wonderful and downright weird about popular subject areas: Astronauts, Moon, Plants, Polar Lands, Prehistoric Animals, Rainforests, Space Machines and Weather!
- Eight core subject areas covered
- Friendly approach with bright illustrations
- Speech bubbles deliver incredible information in an accessible bite-size format
- Special spreads focus on mind-blowing numbers and pose fun questions
A Curious Library of Questions and Answers is filled to the brim with curious questions and astounding answers about all kinds of topics, making it perfect for both school and home learning.
Kids will enjoy learning from this book whether they are an avid reader, a pick-and-mix browser or they recall image supported facts well. The quirky illustrations and playful text encourages kids to read and learn without even realising. It's perfect for any child that loves asking questions or who has a large appetite for knowledge!
List of titles
Astronauts: Written by Sue Becklake and illustrated by Pauline Reeves
The Moon: Written by Anne Rooney and illustrated by Ana Gomez
Plants: Written by Camilla de la Bedoyere and illustrated by Tim Budgen
Polar Lands: Written by Sue Nicholson and illustrated by Ana Gomez
Prehistoric Animals: Written by Camilla de la Bedoyere and illustrated by Jack Viant
Rainforests: Written by Anne Rooney and illustrated by Mike Moran
Space Machines: Written by Anne Rooney and illustrated by Lucy Semple
Weather: Written by Philip Steele and illustrated by Mike Moran
Miles Kelly is an independent UK children's book publisher. Our team works with award-winning authors and illustrators to create books that spark the imagination and curiosity of preschoolers and primary-school-aged children around the world.
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