A skin-crawling introduction to the world's biggest bugs, from gigantic spiders as big as a dinner plate, to butterflies larger than dogs! Huge fold-out pages reveal life-size illustrations allowing children to see how big the bugs really are.
At the younger end of the popular Usborne Beginners series, which contains over 60 titles, Usborne Young Beginners is an informative and exciting new series for children aged three and up, with soft, warm illustrations and simple text children can easily understand. This series a great source for... More Info
100 full-colour, tear-out sheets featuring stylish artwork - simply tear a page out and follow the simple folding instructions (featured on gatefolds at the front and back of the book) to create one of four different decorative origami birds.
Young Beginners extends the reach of the informative Beginners series to younger, inquisitive three-year-olds. Highly illustrated with simple, short text to encourage conversation about subjects chosen to appeal to very young children.
New edition of 9781409564027 - a thin board book. Now converted into a stylish hardback with thick paper. A big picture book with giant fold-out pages to satisfy the curiosity of every young space enthusiast. Everything children need to know about the solar system, which is dispalyed on a huge... More Info
A wonderfully big Picture Atlas for children to learn the basis of world geography. Lots of busy maps with fun illustrations to learn about the food and culture of other countries as well as capital cities. Putting pictures onto facts helps with memory and this big, satisfying book will help... More Info
Projects include a line-dancing paper-chain, a showdown collage, a cowboy hat, a saloon doorhandle card and dancing cowboys. Includes over 200 stickers which can be used to decorate the activities. The classic Usborne Things to Make and Do series, now revamped for a new generation. Simple craft... More Info