How many times as parents are we asked How? Why? When? And Where? Questions? Help your kids to get to know more about the world around you with our Fascinating Facts category - The perfect way of cramming their heads full of facts without them even noticing.
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Our Fascinating Facts category includes titles that children of all ages can really get their teeth into and enjoy whilst also filling up their brain with useful facts to help them better understand our amazing world.
This category will be refreshed regularly as we find what we think are the best of breed books across age ranges and interests but all of them in their own way will bring factual information vividly to life. So whether you have a keen reader or a reluctant one, a toddler or a teenager there's something here for them to get their teeth into. Highlights for youngsters include a brilliant lift-the-flap Atlas, a series called Henry's House, which is absolutely not to be missed, The Good Green Footprint and a wonderful non-fiction picture story book about Charles Darwin; for slightly older readers there are a range of titles supported by The Science Museum alongside two titles in the '100 Most' series featuring the most dangerous and most disgusting things on our planet and for late tween and teen titles there's a plethory of titles too including Al Gore's must read Young Adult version of his mega bestseller Our Choice.