Your cart is empty
Showing 1 - 25 of 99 matches in All departments
What shape is the Moon? Has anyone been to the Moon? What's the Moon made of? Curious little ones can blast off into the night sky to take a closer look in this fascinating book, with flaps to lift, simple explanations and gorgeous illustrations on every page. Published to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing in 1969.
If you know a child who is obsessed with dinosaurs and constantly asking about these amazing prehistoric creatures, this engaging, interactive flap book will answer lots of their questions. With entertaining and informative illustrations and over 50 flaps to lift and look beneath.
What's a potty for? How do I wee in my potty? When can I use a big toilet? This entertaining book is the perfect potty-training aid to help children move out of nappies… and into pants! With over 30 flaps to lift, gentle humour and easy-to-understand text on every page.
Why is there so much plastic in the world? How does it help us? What's the problem and how can we solve it? These are just some of the 60+ questions answered in this timely and topical book. The facts are presented in a friendly and quirky way, helping kids to understand this global predicament and inspiring them to be part of the solution.
This book answers all kinds of questions about time, from 'When did time begin?' to 'How does a sundial work?'. Children can lift over 60 flaps to discover what, where, when, how, yes or no, and learn about the time on a clock, the months of the year and time zones around the world. Published in association with Royal Observatory Greenwich.
This thoughtful book explores happiness, sadness, anger, fear and worry in a friendly and approachable way for little children. Adorable animal characters experience different emotions, while flaps reveal the answers to important questions such as 'Why don't I feel happy all the time?' and 'How can I cheer up my friend?'
Who built the Great Wall of China? Why did Egyptians make mummies? When did pirates roam the seas? Inquisitive young children can discover the answers to these questions and more in this beautifully illustrated information book, with over 60 flaps to lift and links to specially selected websites with video clips, activities and more information.
Why do we need bees? How do they make honey? And who's who in a beehive? Children can find the answers to these questions and many more in this informative lift-the-flap book. With colourful illustrations, simple text and chunky flaps to lift, young children can discover lots of amazing facts about bees and why they need our help.
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.
What makes it rain? How do rainbows appear? How hot is the sun? Why does lightning flash? Where does wind come from? Young children can find out the answers to these questions and more by lifting the flaps in this friendly, illustrated introduction to the science of weather.
With over 60 flaps to lift, this delightful book answers questions such as 'Where have people visited in space?', 'What's a cosmonaut?', 'Why can't I see stars in daytime'; and lots more what, where, how, why, and yes or no questions with answers beneath the flaps. Internet links take children to carefully selected websites to find out more.
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.
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.
This is a beautiful book, with over 60 flaps. It provides friendly, charming answers to challenging questions that young children love to ask. Bold, question word headings (Who? Why? Where? etc.) bring together an eclectic mix of subject areas, making it the perfect book to dip into. The illustrations are both entertaining and informative, and the text is written simply and clearly, with an added touch of humour.
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.
Teddy bears are very old toys, but where do they come from? This non-fiction book takes a look at the history of teddy bears, their origins and how they have become an important childhood toy for generations. Teddy Bears is part of the Galaxy range of books from Rising Stars Reading Planet. Galaxy provides captivating fiction and non-fiction for Pink A to White band. The rich collection of highly decodable books immerses children in a range of cross-curricular topics and genres. Reading Planet books have been carefully levelled to support children in becoming fluent and confident readers. Each book features useful notes and activities to support reading at home as well as comprehension questions to check understanding. Reading age: 5-6 years
Aimed at children aged 6 and over, mainly Key Stage 1, this series provides stories for youngsters which are illustrated in colour throughout. The books are designed to encourage independent reading and cover a wide variety of subject mater. This book is about Aladdin .
What are rainbows made of? How hot is the sun? When do hurricanes happen? Discover the answers to these questions and many more in this fascinating information book, with over 60 flaps to lift. There's also a quiz, a make your own water cycle experiment, and Usborne Quicklinks to specially selected websites for more amazing facts.
There is glass all around you, from the windows you look through to the glasses you drink from. But where does this amazing material come from? How is it made? Glass is part of the Galaxy range of books from Rising Stars Reading Planet. Galaxy provides captivating fiction and non-fiction for Pink A to White band. The rich collection of highly decodable books immerses children in a range of cross-curricular topics and genres. Reading Planet books have been carefully levelled to support children in becoming fluent and confident readers. Each book features useful notes and activities to support reading at home as well as comprehension questions to check understanding. Reading age: 6-7 years
The "Young Reading" series features full-colour illustrations on each double-page spread, which include cartoon speech bubbles to help bring characters to life. The "Young Reading" programme is designed to encourage independent reading and covers a wide variety of subject matter.
What's it like in space? How do you get there? And what do astronauts do all day? Inquisitive little ones can find the answers to these questions and many more in this fascinating lift-the-flap introduction to space, with colourful illustrations, simple text and chunky flaps to lift.
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.
A classic fairytale from the Brothers Grimm retold in a lively fashion. Cheerily illustrated throughout by Jan McCafferty, illustrator of many Usborne favourites. Hansel and Gretel pit their wits against an evil stepmother and a wicked witch, but who will triumph at the end of the day? Young readers will treasure this gift edition, which is published in hardback with a ribbon marker. The Young Reading Series is designed to encourage independent reading and covers a range of subject matter, including the retelling of children's classics, fairytales, and a wide variety of narrative non-fiction.
You may like...
King Kong Leather Shopper Bag (Pecan)
Pamper Fine Cuts in Jelly - Ocean Fish…
Nadine Gordimer Paperback (2)
Cacharel Anais Anais L'original Eau De…
R1,081 Discovery Miles 10 810
Nadine Gordimer Paperback (2)
Sandisk Cruzer Blade USB Flash Drive…
Volkano X Silenco Series Bluetooth…
Venom - 2D / 3D
Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, … Blu-ray disc
Casio LW-200-7AV Watch with 10-Year…
Multi Colour Animal Print Neckerchief