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In clear language and with fun-to-do experiments, Mia, Isla, Oscar, and Set introduce fascinating subjects just right for pre-schoolers. What is a rainbow? is a first look at colours and light.
In clear language and with fun-to-do experiments, Mia, Isla, Oscar, and Set introduce fascinating subjects just right for pre-schoolers. Why do we poo? is a first look at digestion, what happens when we eat and to the waste left over.
In clear language and with fun-to-do experiments, Mia, Isla, Oscar, and Set introduce fascinating subjects just right for pre-schoolers. Where does the sun go? is a first look at the concept of day and night.
In clear language and with fun-to-do experiments, Mia, Isla, Oscar, and Set introduce fascinating subjects just right for pre-schoolers. Why do things fall down? is a first look at gravity and what stops us from floating away!
Gently told and beautifully illustrated, this picture book follows the life of a young tiger cub, growing up and learning to live alone and take care of himself in India. Packed with facts, conservation information and parental notes, this is a must have book for every child.
Collins Arabic Big Cat is a guided reading series for ages 3 to 11. The series is structured with reference to the learning progression of Arabic at nursery and primary schools researched especially for Collins. This carefully graded approach allows children to build up their reading knowledge of Arabic step by step. Level 11 books provide more literary language, more complex sentence structures and less support from illustrations. Characters are more varied, with action sustained over several pages. Non-fiction titles include glossaries where necessary. Sentences are still short for better understanding. However, grammatical vowel endings are more evident to encourage fluent reading and to provide familiarity with some higher-level features of written Arabic. We know we all need to eat, but why do we need to and where does it go? Filled with photos and clear diagrams, follow the food you eat on its journey through your body and find out what happens to it along the way. Pages 22 and 23 present a full body diagram, allowing children to recap the full journey our food takes.
Prickly, squishy, friendly, poisonous, stripy, huge and fabulous animals! This book is bursting with animals of every shape and size, colour and pattern, and from every environment.
Elephant's Story is a gorgeously painted and wonderfully told story that introduces young readers to natural history. This is non-fiction at it's freshest - filled with clear information and facts as well as drama and excitement.
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