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Emily Bone grew up in the south of England with a parrot, rabbits and lots of dogs. She spent long summers watching bugs and birds in her garden and making up stories about them. After studying English at Cambridge, she found her dream job at Usborne. Emily’s written many books on wildlife, science and history. She now lives in Crystal Palace along with two spoilt budgies and enjoys running in the park and tending her vegetable garden.
This book explains how almost everything we eat grows from just a small seed - from how a seed sprouts and how fruits grow from flowers by pollination, to how different plants produce vegetables, fruits, leaves, roots and grains. Tropical fruits, cocoa beans and Asian vegetables are covered, as well as rice, wheat, corn, potatoes and more.
This book is a fascinating and interactive introduction to the Tudors age for curious children, with over one hundred stickers featuring paintings, drawings and sculptures typical of the period. This gloriously illustrated sticker book details the eventful Tudor dynasty; with close reference to King Henry VIII. Learn about the King's palaces, his entertainers and his six wives. Illustrations: Full colour throughout. WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts. Choking Hazard.
Love bugs or hate them, you'll love this... It reveals the world's biggest bugs, including spiders bigger than a dinner plate, a stick insect longer than your arm, a beetle the same size as a rat, and moths and butterflies larger than a small dog. This title features the biggest swarms and colonies, the deadliest bugs, and the bugs that are best at camouflage and it even includes 4 huge fold-out pages to reveal just how big they really are...
What causes earthquakes? What do they feel like? What are tsunamis and why do they happen? An informative introduction to earthquakes and their effects for young readers. Features information on real-life earthquakes, accompanied by striking colour photographs and vivid illustrations. Developed with a reading expert from Roehampton University to help young readers grow in confidence. Includes carefully selected internet links to exciting websites to find out more.
This stylish, colourful activity book is the perfect introduction to interior design for creative children who are interested in putting their own room schemes together. Find inspiration, create mood boards and decorate a range of rooms by adding furniture and accessories; 400 stickers are provided, 150 of which children can colour themselves.
It is important for children to understand food - where it comes from, what's in it, and how it affects our bodies. This is an interactive introduction which traces food production from farm to fork.
Dress the girl and boy dolls in wonderful traditional costumes for festivals and ceremonies around the world, including beautiful silk saris at an Indian wedding, fabulous flamenco dresses in Spain, a Mexican carnival and harvest festival in Tibet. There's over 250 stickers of outfits and accessories, and a sticker world map of all the countries.
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