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January 2015 Non-fiction Book of the Month There is something incredibly satisfying about baking your own bread and this book is a great introduction to the art of bread-making, perfect for children and beginners of any age. This is a book that will inspire children to get into cooking and baking and to become more intrigued to know what goes into our food. Its very clear layout and instructions will ensure the perfect bake every time with minimal (even no) help from an adult.
From the Battle of Hastings to the Wars of the Roses, this book tells the unique story of Medieval Britain. Full of intriguing facts, illustrations, photographs, detailed reconstructions, paintings, maps and family trees. Includes links to websites to find out more information via the Usborne Quicklinks Website as well as lists of places to visit throughout Britain.
Join the visitors exploring a castle from battlements to dungeons, adding stickers as you go to complete each scene. Find out about life inside and outside a historic castle, from the point of view of modern visitors. Watch re-enactors jousting, visitors trying on knights' helmets, and guides demonstrating a medieval bath tub.
A lift-the-flap book packed with information about life from the Stone Age to the start of farming, early metal working and the Iron Age. Flaps to lift on every page reveal why prehistoric people made cave paintings, how they made their tools and where they lived. A fun and informative first look at a key UK curriculum topic.
Children can learn about turn-taking, rules and winning and losing while enjoying vibrant illustrations of exotic bugs, from beetles, butterflies and bees to leafhoppers and stick insects and dragonflies.
Packed with beautiful scenes showing butterflies of the world flitting among flowers. Simply brush water over the black and white designs to watch the butterflies burst into a rainbow of colours.
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