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September 2015 Fascinating Facts Book of the Month Five of Kipling’s honest serving-men are represented in this excellent book: on pages dedicated to What, Why, When, How and Where are questions to intrigue young children and, under cleverly shaped sturdy flaps, the answers that just might have stumped their parents. Examples include ‘When did the world begin?’, ‘Where is the South pole?’ and ‘How do bridges stay up?’ There’s no Who, but there is a Which and a Yes or No too, while the book concludes cleverly with some questions that only readers can answer. Flaps and facts will make an irresistible combination for inquisitive children. ~ Andrea Reece
An interactive board book with over 60 flaps, exploring all kinds of questions that young children ask about the world around them. Lift the flaps to discover the answers to lots of 'what?', 'why?', 'how?', 'when?' and 'who?' questions. Provides friendly, simple answers to challenging questions, with entertaining and informative illustrations.
• Supports the UK National Geography Curriculum, which at Key Stage 1 states that 'pupils should develop knowledge about the world, the United Kingdom and their locality, and understand basic subject-specific vocabulary relating to human and physical geography.' A brilliant introduction to non-fiction for very young children.
• A brilliant introduction to non-fiction for very young children. With over 60 flaps to lift this book is sure to satisfy even the most inquisitive children!
• Other titles in the 'Lift-the-Flap Questions and Answers' series include 'Dinosaurs', 'Animals' and 'Your Body'.
|Publication date:||1st September 2015|
|Publisher:||Usborne Publishing Ltd|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month|
Katie studied languages at Cambridge University and soon discovered it wasn’t just French or Italian she loved, but language itself. Her first job was writing reviews of curry houses in verse. Her second was writing science and business articles. Her third and favourite job is writing educational books for children. She loves tackling new subjects and making them come alive for young readers. So far she has written about everything from trucks and toilets to space and Churchill.Katie now has two little children of her own and they are definitely her fiercest critics.More About Katie Daynes
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