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How does the sun help us? What's it made of? And where does the sun go at night? Discover the answers to these questions and many more in this gorgeous introduction to the sun for little children, with over 30 flaps to lift, delightful illustrations and simple text.
Published in association with the Science Museum, London.
What is the earth made of and what goes on beneath the surface? This non-fiction lift-the-flap book features bold illustrations, simple explanations to complex questions and over 60 flaps to lift. An introduction to geology and geography for young children.
From the bestselling author and illustrator Nick Sharratt, a stunning board book reissue of a childhood counting classic. Sure to make everything better, Ness the Nurse is a fun counting book for all tree-climbers, adventurers and aspiring doctors everywhere. Have you ever bashed your nose? Scraped your knee? Stubbed your toe? Then this story is just for you! Come and meet Paul, Greg and Jacinta, who all need to call for Ness the nurse! Written and illustrated by bestselling, prize-winning creator, Nick Sharratt With colourful illustrations that children will love The gentle rhyming story makes counting fun! Previously published as Ouch! I Need a Plaster!
Learning times tables is essential and needs endless practice, but children will love the interactive approach of this book, which has lots of flaps to lift to find out the answers to a range of multiplication questions. An innovative approach to what can be a dry and tricky subject, this book is perfect for parents and children to share on the road to learn times tables.
Why do I have to go to sleep? What happens when you sleep? Where do animals sleep? What are dreams? These curious questions are explored through delightful illustrations, intriguing flaps and simple words.
Treacle Street is a new lift-the-flap board book series that's perfect for fans of Acorn Wood and Pip and Posy!
It's a bright sunny morning on Treacle Street, and Marcel the postman's trolley is FULL of parcels.
Join him on his rounds to find out who they're all for – and lift the flaps to find out what's inside!
Why do camels have humps? Why do turtles have shells? And why do fish have fins and birds have wings? Young animal lovers can find the answers to these questions and many more in this lift-the-flap information book. With colourful illustrations, simple text and chunky flaps to lift, and links to carefully selected websites with videos and activities.
What's snow made of? Where can I find some? Where does snow go? Wrap up warm - it's time to find out! Curious little children can lift over 30 flaps to find the answers to these questions and many more in this engaging introduction to snow, with simple explanations and gorgeous illustrations on every page.
This stylish, highly illustrated, interactive book is perfect for sharing with little children, and introduces nature and science using a friendly lift-the-flap format. Text is kept to a mimimum. A brilliant introduction to one of the fundamental themes of biology, perfect for curious young minds.
Claude is having a birthday party and Alan the Bear and his friends Robot and Giraffe are invited! Lift the flaps to help them get ready and have fun at the party.
Bring the magical world of fairies to life in this gorgeous activity book. There are over 400 delightful transfers of fairies, flowers, butterflies, ladybirds and more to decorate scenes including a fairy tea party, magic academy and a starlight ball. For each scene, there is a fairy picture to colour, too.
Fall down the rabbit hole again and again with Adam Sabuda's best creation yet! Building on his reputation as one of the most innovative paper-engineers working in children's books, Robert Sabuda dazzles us with his reworking of Alice in Wonderland. The book consists of 7 spreads with breathtaking super-size pop-ups and additional pop-ups contained within mini story books. Special effects include printed foil, acetate pull-tab scenes and on the first spread a peep show of Alice falling into Wonderland. Praise for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: A Pop-up Adaptation : 'breathtaking, three-dimensional images that are incredibly imaginative, intricately detailed, and perfectly executed... a fresh look at the story and offering details that add greatly to the reading experience.' School Library Journal 'This will very likely come to be seen as the definitive pop-up version of Alice, but it will also further establish Sabuda as the foremost visionary of the genre.' Booklist, Starred Review
Little tiger is hiding! Very young children will love peeping through the holes and touching the textured pages in this beautiful hide-and-seek board book, spotting monkeys, bears and chameleons along the way. Part of a gorgeous series for babies and toddlers, perfect for fans of That's not my...
Why do spiders make webs? Where do clouds come from? And how many leaves does a tree have? Inquisitive young children can discover the answers to these questions and many more in this beautifully illustrated information book, containing over 60 flaps to lift. A fascinating introduction to the natural world.
It's bedtime for Alan the Bear, but that doesn't mean he's going to go quietly! Lift the flaps to count down to bedtime with Alan, Robot and Giraffe in a warmly familiar routine.
It is important for children to understand food - where it comes from, what's in it, and how it affects our bodies. This is an interactive introduction which traces food production from farm to fork.
Discover the secrets of the Stone Age and travel back in time to see what life was like for the villagers of Skara Brae on Orkney. This book introduces little explorers to Neolithic life through Scotland's most famous prehistoric village. Moving parts let them catch a fish for dinner, cook over an open fire, travel through tunnels to visit friends, raise a standing stone at Stenness, and even uncover the village thousands of years later! Published in partnership with Historic Environment Scotland, custodians of Skara Brae, the bright and exciting illustrations are packed full of historical detail helping young children to learn as they play. An ideal gift for visitors to Scotland, this large board book is chunky but lightweight with sturdy moving parts that are just the right size for little hands.
A gorgeous flap book exploring the world of animal communication, from noises and gestures to patterns and smells. Discover why antelopes show their bottoms, why skunks are so smelly and what words monkeys use.
Many children are fascinated by animals and this engaging flap book will answer lots of their questions. It features entertaining and informative illustrations and over 50 flaps to lift and look beneath.
Poppy and Sam are searching for Easter eggs on Apple Tree Farm. Children will love looking through the peep holes in this charming book to discover the colourful eggs, following fingertrails to trace the flight of a butterfly or bee, and spotting Daisy the cow, Clucky the hen and Rusty the pig along the way.
Peep under leaves and behind branches to discover hibernating squirrels, creepy crawlies and more in this charming introduction to trees, filled with intricately cut flaps and holes to peep through. Find out what trees need to grow, what happens to a tree through the seasons, how long an oak tree can live for and much more.
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