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Hierdie diereboek gee nuuskierige agies die kans om die wonders van die diereryk te ontdek. Dit bied ’n omvattende blik op allerhande soorte diere –– van die kleinste insekte tot die enorme boggelrugwalvis! Kinders kan onder andere ontdek hoe voŽls, vlermuise en insekte begin vlieg het, waarvoor diere hulle kleur gebruik en hoe pikkewyne die ergste koue oorleef. Die illustrasies en detail in die boek sal enige kind se belangstelling prikkel!†
How long is Britain's coastline? How are beaches formed? In this fascinating book, you can find out about the geography of British coasts. Learn about life in rock pools, what an estuary is, who works in coastal areas and much more. There is plenty to discover - so let's explore Britain!
Squeak! Tiny hamsters make fun pets. Some have a solid colour and others have three different colours. Some have short tails and others have long tails. Young readers will learn about the appearance and behaviour of hamsters, and discover why these curious rodents make great pets.
Squeal! Guinea pigs make fun pets. Some have long hair and some have almost no hair at all. Some have crests on their heads and others have droopy ears. Young readers will learn about the appearance and behaviour of guinea pigs, and discover why these playful rodents make great pets.
Trust the bestselling science series of all time to get down to the
facts on global warming, so kids can understand the crisis - and
how they can help solve it.
Hot magma rises to the earth's surface. Smoke bursts from the volcano and lava flows out. It's a volcanic eruption!
Did you know that cats learn to purr when they are only a few days old? Read this book to learn more about how and why cats purr.
Woof! Woof! Dogs make fun pets. Some are tiny and some are tall. Some have curly hair and others have straight hair. Young readers will learn about the appearance, behaviour and abilities of pet dogs, and discover why these playful pals make amazing pets.
Where is Britain's largest forest? How old is ancient woodland? In this fascinating book, you can find out about the geography of British forests. Learn about the wildlife in forest areas, the different types of trees in forests, who looks after them and much more. There is plenty to discover - so let's explore Britain!
Wind blows dry, tall grass. A storm brews. Lightning strikes the ground, and soon, flames spread across the grassland. It's a wildfire!
A little boy is alarmed when he discovers a bee in a box. At first he is frightened and reacts aggressively, but gradually he realises that the bee won't harm him and that they can be friends. I SAW A BEE is deceptively simple with the repeatability factor of the best Ruth Brown and Eric Carle, and the short and rhythmic text is perfect to learn by heart and recite as a poem. It is a timely reminder of the importance of bees in our ecosystem.
What are Britain's biggest mountains? How do mountains form? In this fascinating book, you can find out about the geography of British mountains and valleys. Learn about U-shaped and V-shaped valleys, mountain rescue services, who lives and works in mountains and valleys and much more. There is plenty to discover - so let's explore Britain!
An earthquake shakes a snow-covered mountain. The fresh snow slides down. It's an avalanche!
Water rushes out to sea out of nowhere. Suddenly, huge waves come crashing inland. It's a tsunami!
Take a trek into the wild . . .
Fact-hungry kids will love poring over these warped world maps full of unique and weird data. See how many lightning strikes hit parts of our planet, the wind patterns of the whole world, and even how the world map would look if global warming melted the ice caps!
Covering everything from Pangea to the world's weirdest natural wonders, this is Earth in all its strange glory. What's Weird on Earth is an entirely new atlas adventure, with maps of UFO sightings, popular foods, every country resized according to population density, and their popularity as holiday destinations. Kids can spot the strangest features on every corner of Earth; from ancient patterns carved in the desert sand to the 29,000 bath toys that sailed the world's ocean currents after a shipwreck.
Travel back in time to discover maps from previous centuries or turn the globe upside down - literally. Planet Earth will never seem the same again!
What on Earth Stickerbooks tell giant stories using stickers on a timeline. This one is all about the amazing story of life on Earth from the tiniest living thing, a bacteria, 4 billion years ago, all the way to human beings today. It can be unfolded and spread out on a table, stretched across the floor or even stuck up on a wall. To make your own stickerbook version of the story of life on Earth just unfold the timeline attached to inside back cover and stick more than 100 stickers in the right places. When you are finished, put your name on the nameplate, carefully tear off the timeline along the perforated edge and stick it on a wall using blue-tac, tape or pins. You can also enjoy colouring in Dippy, the giant Diplodocus - why not ask someone else in your family to help and together you can spot how many different animals and plants are inside! Developed in conjunction with experts at the Natural History Museum.
Discover the most spectacular and fascinating records of the natural world. From the biggest bird, river, fish to the longest recorded flight or the fruit with the most vitamins, prepare to be amazed! Every record comes with a simple paragraph of fun and informative text and every life form is precisely identified by their common name and scientific name. It is perfect for exploring the wonders of our world be they great or small. The Illustrated Compendiums' beautiful illustrations recall the style used by naturalists and explorers such as Charles Darwin and John James Audubon. Children aged 7 and up will enjoy dipping in and out of these books, inspired by the fascinating illustrations and facts.
Do you know that water covers nearly 70 percent of the earth and that nearly 70 percent of the human body is made up of H2O? That more than half of the earth's species live in water? Or that the sea reflects the sky, so is most often blue, but can also appear green, gray, turquoise, or brown, depending on light, algae, or plant life? With its witty pen and ink illustrations, each page of this activity book engages readers of all ages with fun facts about the intricate world of the sea.Readers learn how to fold an origami boat, sketch fantastical fish and draw daring tattoos on a sailor's arm, while discovering more about the substance that is so essential to our lives that it's sometimes called "Adam's ale".
Lightning! Rainbows! Auroras! Discover Earth's most amazing natural phenomena in this adventure around the globe, including a glow-in-the-dark poster. a?- Follow two intrepid explorers as they witness the Northern Lights, marvel in wonder at glow worm caves, go hunting for double rainbows, and dodge volcanic lightning. A perfect book for young explorers. Turn off the light to see thea?-a?-640 x 296 mma?- tear-out postera?-glow, featuring the stages of a solar eclipse.a?-(Be sure to charge it in the light first.) a?- Each spread features an enchanting illustration of a different natural phenomenona?-animated by a description of the science behind it, told in exciting prose.a?-Fact boxes call out more information.a?- Some of the wonderful things you'll see: Volcanic Lightning Meteor Showers Double Rainbows Sun Dogs Glowworm Caves Super Blood Moon Light pillars Auroras Poster: Solar eclipse
One day Lily was playing on the beach with her Grandpa when she spotted something in the distance . . .
POLAR BEARS! Lots of polar bears! All floating on pieces of melting ice.
One evening, Lily is playing on the beach. And who should float in, but LOTS of polar bears! Lily is excited to welcome them home for dinner (of fish fingers and ice cream, of course) and to have them stay for a sleepover. Lily has even more fun with the bears when they go swimming, ice skating, and visit the fun fair - and it soon turns out that polar bears are really quite good at a lot things, becoming polar bear postmen, opening ice cream parlours, and even becoming astronauts!
What plants and animals call rocky mountain peaks home? Find out what lives in mountain habitats.
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