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From the team behind Ten Minutes to Bed Little Unicorn; a little
monster who would rather do anything but sleep. . .
Want to know the who/what/where of the coolest things on the planet? Check out the Top 8 lists in the latest Awesome 8! This lively book features 50 different topics with dazzling photo, such as the 8 most awesome Monster Fish, Dressed Up Dogs, Supersize Sculptures, Rad Replicas, Coolest Pools, Serious Stadium Snacks, Thrilling Theatres, Dazzling but Deadly, Hair Through History, Volcanoes We Lava, and so much more. It's so graphically stupendous, you truly have to see it to believe it!
Thousands of years ago, ancient wise men called yogis, sat and observed the world around them and developed a range of exercises based around the natural world we live in. This Magnificent Me, Magnificent You activity book shares many of these exercises through the exciting adventures of twins Crystal and Leo. In this book, Crystal and Leo are transported by their unique wishing mirror to the magnificent Grand Canyon, where they embark upon a treasure filled journey. Alongside their story of discovery is a range of inspiring fun exercises, activities, songs and games. Come and join them and discover your own treasures. For children aged 6-11 years
In a world where werewolves rule and vampires are just the boy or girl next door, kids love anything that will scare the pants off them. But how do you separate fact from fiction? Do haunted houses, spooky ghosts, and UFOs have a place in history, or is it all just a bunch of hooey? Crawling with spine-tingly facts, eerie anecdotes, and fun information, this book is all about everything creepy, kooky, mysterious, and spooky. It's a perfect book for the bathroom library or to read by flashlight under the covers. Just don't tell kids how much real science and history they're actually learning!
People of Asia are no stranger to ghost stories, but some terrifying tales have stood the test of time. Head to the Chanoei No. 81 mansion in China, where ghosts are said to have sent even the bravest souls fleeing from its crumbling walls. Travel to India to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, where you will see much wildlife - and perhaps a vanishing hitchhiker. Go to the Penang War Museum in Malaysia, where ghosts are said to roam among the artifacts. Young readers will be fascinated by each story that comes with its own set of eerie events.
People of Africa are no stranger to ghost stories, but some terrifying tales have stood the test of time. Find out about dancing ghosts said to haunt the Castle of Good Hope in South Africa. Travel north to Egypt to discover ghostly chariots speeding through the Valley of Kings. Go to the Kaf Ajnoun rock fortress in Libya, where invisible evil ghosts are said to haunt the living. Young readers will be fascinated by each story that comes with its own set of eerie events.
Sometimes ghosts have such well-known stories that they almost become celebrities! Read this book to learn the stories behind some of the world's most famous ghosts.
Have you ever thought about looking for ghosts? Perhaps you'd like to be a ghost hunter! Read this book to find out about the tech that ghost hunters use to try to prove there are ghosts about!
Some people think that ghosts can possess dolls! Spooky! Read this book to learn more about haunted dolls.
Some people believe that famous pirates, ship captains and other sailors never leave the ship where they died! Read this book to find out more about haunted ships.
Some scary stories are passed down from generation to generation. Read this book to discover some spooky folk tales that were written many years ago.
Introducing the first official Harry Potter knitting book - a deluxe guide to creating over 25 authentic Harry Potter knits based on the iconic films. Channel the magic of the Harry Potter films from the screen to your needles with the ultimate knitter's guide to the Wizarding World. Featuring over 25 magical knits, the book includes patterns for clothing, home projects and keepsakes pulled straight from the movies - and even includes a few iconic costume pieces as seen on-screen. With yarn suggestions based on the true colours used in the films, projects ranging from simple patterns like the Hogwarts house scarves to more complex projects like Mrs Weasley's Christmas jumper, knit your own wizarding world. Projects: Crafty Creatures: patterns for Hedwig; Cornish Pixie; Fluffy the Three-Headed Dog. Wizarding Wardrobe: patterns for Mrs Weasley's Home-Knit Christmas jumpers; and Hogwarts' house scarves. Inspired Apparel: clothes and accessories inspired by characters, artefacts and themes from the films such as a Expecto Patronum! mittens and Quidditch socks. Delightful Decor: dress your home with Harry Potter decorative accessories such as Hogwarts House mug cosies and Seven Horcruxes tea towels. A true fan must-have, this book also includes fun facts, original costume sketches, film stills, and other behind-the-scenes treasures. Harry Potter Knitting Magic is sure to have fans everywhere summoning needles, conjuring yarn, and practicing their best knitting wizardry.
WINNER OF THE BLUE PETER BOOK AWARD 2018 - Best Book with Facts. Have you ever wondered what exactly does go bump in the night? From mysteries like Shackleton's ghostly companion to the Loch Ness Monster and friends, read the amazing evidence about these mysterious cases and make up your own mind. Things are not always what they seem - until they are, then you might wish you had never asked!
Make Ancient Norse mythology come to life for young readers through engaging stories and dramatic photos and illustrations. Discover the gods and goddesses behind the myths and the powers they used to control and change the world. There's Thor, the god of thunder who struck fear into his enemies, and Odin, the chief god and master of wisdom and magic, plus many more. Sidebars, facts and infographics help uncover how these myths influenced the culture and daily life of the Vikings / Ancient Scandinavia.
Make the mythology of Ancient Rome come to life for young readers through engaging stories and dramatic photos and illustrations. Discover the gods and goddesses behind the myths and the powers they used to control and change the world. There's Jupiter, who ruled from the Roman pantheon and defended the state, and Neptune, the powerful god of the sea, plus many more. Sidebars, facts and infographics help uncover how these myths influenced the culture and daily life of Ancient Rome.
With lots to see in Busy Halloween, children can join in the Halloween fun by pushing, pulling and turning the tabs. Carve a pumpkin, then get dressed up, ready to trick or treat and celebrate at a Halloween party! Children will love playing with this bright and colourful board book with gentle rhyming text and wonderful illustrations by Louise Forshaw. Discover more of the Busy Book series: Busy Garage, Busy Builders, Busy Playtime, Busy Beach, Busy Garden, Busy Airport, Busy Railway, Busy Town, Busy Bookshop, Busy Swimming, Busy Fire Station, Busy Zoo, Busy Hairdresser, Busy Pets, Busy Baking, Busy Park, Busy Farm, Busy Cafe, Busy Vet, Busy Baby Animals, Busy Nursery, Busy Zoo and Busy Holiday
Oscar the Hungry Unicorn saves Christmas in this brilliantly funny second book from Lou Carter, the bestselling author of There Is No Dragon in This Story.
It's Christmas Eve and Oscar the Unicorn is hungry.
He's eaten the Christmas tree, the stockings and is about to make a start on the presents. But at least he hasn't eaten the magic reindeer food that allows the reindeer to fly . . . has he?!
Oh. He has. All of it.
How is Santa going to deliver presents to the rest of fairyland with his trusty reindeer unable to fly? Luckily, Princess Oola has an idea . . . Oscar will make the best reindicorn EVER!
The brilliantly funny sequel to the Oscar the Hungry Unicorn, full of Christmas fun and silliness!
Some bad unicorns steal away magic, and some steal away precious memories. There are even some that steal away people - and those are possibly the most dangerous unicorns of all. In the usually peaceful city of Arvale, people are going missing. Men, women - even children. The palace makes an urgent decree: all royal subjects must abide by a strict curfew for their own safety. But for Thandie and her friends, a curfew means more adventure. They dare each other to sneak about the city at night - although Thandie is the only one brave enough to actually do it. One night, as an eerie fog sets in, Thandie is startled by a strange boy - a boy she's never seen before. He looks about her age but there's something unsettling about him, leaving Thandie to wonder if he's someone she should trust. Little does she know that this meeting will force her life wildly off-track, pushing her towards an unexpected danger and a fearsome unicorn who is at the very heart of the terrible disappearances she's heard so much about.
Now everyone can join the witch and her cat for a magical adventure with this fun and accessible playscript, adapted by the author from the bestselling picture book Room on the Broom. The Room on the Broom Play has been designed with rehearsals and performance in mind, with a clear layout and colour-coding for each character, perfect for helping children to follow their lines and join in the action! The book also contains a hints and tips section, which includes helpful advice on staging the play and ideas for props. There are also ideas for themed Room on the Broom activities. With Axel Scheffler's bright and characterful illustrations and Julia Donaldson's hilarious and witty rhyming playscript, this wonderful, dramatic way to share the classic story is sure to delight teachers, parents and children everywhere.
Nelly isn't scared of monsters. In fact, she babysits for them. From the bestselling author of the OI FROG! and DAISY books comes this hilarious, action-packed series for fans of THE BOLDS and BARRY LOSER.
'If monsters are real, how come I've never seen one?'
'Because they never go out.'
'Why don't monsters ever go out?'
'Because they can never get a babysitter.'
Ever played hide and seek with an oozy orange Squurm, or ice-skated with a baby Thermitt? Every time Nelly rings on a new monster family's doorbell she's up for a new challenge. Come on her monster-sitting adventures in this laugh-out-loud funny second book in the NELLY THE MONSTER SITTER series.
Kes Gray is one of the Independent's top ten children's authors, and winner of the Red House Children's Book Award.
This story now comes with brand-new illustrations; it was previously published in a collection entitled: Grerks, Squurms & Water Greeps.
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