Why does the sun shine? takes a playful, informative look at the importance of the sun to life on Earth. Quirky scenes, simple text and friendly flaps answer charming questions such as 'How does the sun help us?', 'Why are some places hotter than others?' and 'Where does the sun go at night?'... More Info
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. With charming and characterful Christine Pym illustrations. Fascinating facts are... More Info
Answering fascinating and tricky art questions - from What is art? to How do you make a bronze sculpture? - this latest addition to the popular Q&A series is a must-have for inquisitive young artists. Brush up on how to mix colours, find out where dyes originated from and learn about famous art... More Info
Meet the characters that make up a chess army and learn how to fight your first battle in this friendly introduction to the game. My First Chess Book is written clearly and simply, with entertaining examples, making it the perfect starting point for young children - and a handy refresher guide for... More Info
A busy and interactive reference book which answers all children's questions about how nature works. A great book to satisfy curious minds and answer all those pressing questions that just can't wait.
A brilliant introduction to not only how we see but all the senses; how we see, hear, smell, taste and feel things, based on lots of of the sorts of questions raised by inquisitive young minds. The colourful illustrations, large and simple text and chunky flaps reveal the answers to questions,... More Info
An appealing, lift-the-flap book that answers children's questions about science in an accessible, fun way. Inspired by the sort of questions young children ask, this is a great book to dip in and out of, with lots of quirky and interesting facts.