|Author:||Jenny Carlyon & Diana Morrow|
|Series:||Pul Ahead Books S.: Health|
Reviewed by a paediatrician and a health education curriculum expert, each title in this series focuses on a different component of staying healthy. The topics include physical, behavioural and emotional aspects of health, giving kids friendly yet instructive advice, alongwith fun activities and questions to keep readers engaged.
Uncover tiny devices, including a camera hidden inside a robotic fly, phone taps and listening bugs and unmask the spy who opened an 'unbreakable' lock in about two minutes! This is the ultimate guide to top spy technology.
Step back 3,000 years in time with the fascinating journal of Nakht, a young scribe. The year is 1465 BC and Nakht's family is moving from their village to Memphis, where his father has just become an important scribe. With Nakht, we explore this bustling Egyptian city: visiting the craftsmen's workshops and the shipyards; wa... read more
An original and compelling account of life in a medieval castle, under siege. Based on the real life siege of Chateau Gaillard in France and complete with detailed full-page gatefolds and small 'diary' booklets, this combination of fictional narrative and historical fact helps to bring history to life in an engaging and authentic way.
From Spartan hoplites to Alexander the Great's mighty army, discover the battle secrets of some of the most famous wars in history in this in-depth look at Greek warriors.
|Series:||It's True! S.|
You're about to discover that the Romans were truly gory. This book is full of lying, cheating, stabbing, vomiting and general bad behaviour. There are severed heads on spears, messy massacres and streets flowing with blood. Find out who threw mud, who wore a purple toga and who was just plain crazy! Ages 8+.
* Usborne Beginners are colourful information books for children beginning to read on their own. * Vivid, full colour illustrations and photographs on every page, accompanied by short, informative text. * Developed with reading experts at the University of Roehampton. * Carefully selected Internet links to exci... read more
Help your child learn about Ancient Rome with this fact-packed guide, giant wallchart, interactive clip-art CD and dedicated website. From why Roman baths were so popular to how sea battles were staged in the Colosseum, let your child visit one of history's greatest civilisations and find out all the remarkable people: their ... read more
In this book of five chapters, Dr Bruce Fogle explains everything you need to know to have a happy and healthy cat, and a happy owner. In chapter one Bruce introduces the cat breeds that make the best and most popular pets, explains the differences in life expectancy and health of various breeds. In Chapter two, he explains h... read more
|Author:||Peter Neville & Claire Bessant|
Raising a problem-free cat is the aim of every responsible owner. Learn how to achieve this goal with simple, practical advice that's easy to follow and clearly illustrated. From choosing the right kitten through to litter training, this book will show you how to prepare your home for your new arrival, assess your kitten's he... read more
Unleash your puppy's potential. "How to Train a Superpuppy" offers a complete care programme telling you everything you need to know about house training, socialisation, feeding, exercising and vaccinating so that you can raise a healthy, happy puppy. Helpful advice is also given on choosing the right breed for your family. L... read more
Showing you what others only tell you, this title covers the history of dogs from their wild origins to their role as house pets and working dogs. It features specially commissioned photography and information on identifying breeds, from toy poodles to Irish wolfhounds, plus expert guidance on behavior, training, health, and ... read more
|Author:||Sharon Katz Cooper|
Books in the Horrible Habitats series take you on a tour of some of the worlds most disgusting habitats. Each book uses vivid photographs and exciting design to introduce readers to creepy and crawly creatures living in some unexpected places. Read this book to learn about the slimy and sickening creatures that call Sewers an... read more
A comprehensive and essential guide to training your canine companion. Based on the premise that the modern dog still shares many of the behavioural characteristics of its ancestor, the wolf, this book will show you the ten keys to effective training and how to put those keys into practice.
|Series:||First Questions and Answers: Horses and Ponies|
|Series:||First Questions and Answers: Endangered Animals|