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Dress the girl and boy dolls in wonderful traditional costumes for festivals and ceremonies around the world, including beautiful silk saris at an Indian wedding, fabulous flamenco dresses in Spain, a Mexican carnival and harvest festival in Tibet. There's over 250 stickers of outfits and accessories, and a sticker world map of all the countries.
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.
How do tadpoles turn into frogs? Can spiders live underwater? What do dragonflies eat? Beginner readers can discover the answers to these questions and lots more in this engaging information book. With simple text and beautiful illustrations, plus Usborne Quicklinks to websites with video clips and activities.
This entertaining pack contains 50 boredom-busting games, from Boxes and Four in a Row to Snakes, Treasure Hunt and Puzzle Sudoku. Perfect for holidays and long journeys, the pack contains one-player puzzles and exciting games for lots of players. The cards are wipe-clean and come with a pen, so you each game can be enjoyed again and again.
Dress the dolls in traditional dresses, ornate jewellery, dancing shoes and headdresses for lots of exciting festivals around the world. With over 250 reusable stickers to dress the dolls for the Venice Carnivale, Swedish midsummer, Holi, a Hungarian folk festival and more, plus a fold-out back cover to 'park' spare stickers.
How do astronomers study planets, stars and galaxies? What are rovers and where have they landed? How do different telescopes work? What is a nebula? Beginner readers can find out the answers in this book, along with lots more fascinating facts. Amazing photographs and illustrations are combined with simple, easy-to-read text and a glossary explaining all the specialist terms used. Find out more about astronomy and stargazing online via Usborne Quicklinks, where you can find out what to see and when, as well as see the latest images captured by telescopes and rovers.
Grab a pen and tackle nature-themed puzzles, mazes, spot the difference, colouring in and lots more in this write-in activity book. Learn about animals and plants too, from bugs in the garden to turtles and dolphins in a coral reef. With answers at the back of the book and links to websites with video clips, fun facts and even more activities.
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.
Over 100 mind-bending puzzles, mazes, doodles, crosswords, wordsearches and more to keep children entertained for hours on long journeys. Perfect for sharing, this handy, pocket-sized paperback includes both individual and group activities.
Ever wondered what your body does to all the different kinds of food you eat? Lift the flaps to find out how your body deals with fat, sugar, carbohydrates, protein and vitamins, and what the different nutrients do for you. Also find out about tiny bacteria living in your gut, why some people are allergic to foods, and what we should be eating.
What makes bees dance? How do bugs find their way at night? Which tiny bugs can build nests taller than a person? Lift the flaps to find out in this fascinating introduction to the world of insects. With Usborne Quicklinks to specially selected websites to watch a caterpillar turn into a butterfly, see a firefly, listen to a cricket and lots more.
Step back in time and discover the fashion of the Swinging Sixties in this groovy sticker book. There are clothes from throughout the decade - from Mod fashion and minidresses to hippy florals for a summer festival. Notes, photographs and sketches explain each 'look' and there are links to websites with video clips to add historical context.
Children love to learn secret codes and write encrypted messages and this book will teach them everything they need to know, including Semaphore and Morse code, "Grid code" used in the American Civil War, Egyptian hieroglyphics and traditional number replacement and alphabet switching codes.
Travel back to the 1970s, when hair grew bigger and heels got higher, with this colourful sticker book. There are clothes from throughout the decade - from flares and maxi dresses, to outfits designed to sparkle under disco lights. Informative notes, photographs, sketches and links to video clips help explain each 'look' and add historical context.
A beautifully illustrated guide to the wildlife, plants, history and magic of woodlands. Children can discover their inner explorer, learning how to identify trees, track animals, build woodland shelters, draw maps and discover legends set in woods. With safety tips and links to websites with virtual tours of woodlands and video clips of wildlife.
This is non-fiction for very young children, who will find lots of things to look at and talk about in this highly visual book about space - what it is, where it is, and what's out there. Little ones can find out about planets, stars, asteroids, space travel and lots more - whilst learning lots of interesting new words.
Lift the flaps to brave all kinds of extreme weather, from violent tornadoes and hurricanes, to extreme heat-waves, droughts and wildfires. The final page explores the affect climate change is having on wild weather around the world.
What is the surface of Mars like? Why does Venus glow in the dark? How do scientists explore faraway planets? Beginner readers can find answers to these questions and more in this colourful information book. Illustrated with stunning photographs and illustrations accompanied by short, informative text developed with reading experts. Includes carefully selected internet-links to exciting websites about the Solar System.
A skin-crawling introduction to the world's biggest bugs, from gigantic spiders as big as a dinner plate, to butterflies larger than dogs Find out about the biggest swarms and colonies, the deadliest insects and the bugs with the best camouflage. Huge fold-out pages with life-size illustrations show children just how big the bugs really are.
Trains hold a fascination for just about everybody and this lift-the-flap history of locomotion tells it all from Stephenson's Rocket to the bullet trains of today. You can lift the flaps to explore all kinds of exciting trains, from a luxury steam train fit for a queen to super-fast trains that run on magnets, trains that can climb up mountains, and lots, lots more. Part of a collectable series of interactive information books.
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