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Scott Garrett is an illustrator who lives by the seaside. He has been illustrating for many years and has produced thousands of illustrations for projects all over the world! He has recently started to make pottery but he still loves to draw, and has great fun doing so. He writes non-fiction books and is the illustrator of The Silly Book of Side-Splitting Stuff. Follow Scott Garrett on Instagram.
In typically lively style Andy Seed provides youngsters and their families with loads of ideas for things you can do outdoors, whether that’s in the garden, at the beach, in the countryside or town. Some of the activities offer great opportunities to get delightfully mucky, while there are lots of quieter, more specifically educational ones too (like making a bird feeder, or a paper Frisbee). There’s a section of graded activity challenges at the end, which can and will be enjoyed by the whole family and it’s all laid out in a way that makes every suggested activity seem both fun and eminently do-able. ~ Andrea Reece
Winner of the Blue Peter Book Award 2015 - Best Book with Facts This laugh-out-loud book is bursting with lists, facts, jokes and funny true stories all about silly people, silly animals, silly inventions, silly names and much more. Discover The Great Stink, the man who ate a bike, a girl really called Lorna Mower and a sofa that can do 101mph. Find out about famous pranks, crazy festivals, nutty cats, gross foods, epic sports fails, ludicrously silly words and really rubbish predictions. There are even lots of great silly things to do. Unmissable!
This sensitively written guide will help children to understand and come to terms with death and grief, whether they are dealing with the death of a loved one themselves, or whether they want to help a friend who is bereaved. Practical, straightforward advice will help readers through the grieving process, encouraging children to open up and talk about how they feel and showing them steps they can take to help them cope with the situation. Consultants from CHUMs, the Children's Mental Health and Emotional Well-being service, provides expert advice and information. Other titles in The Kids' Guide series: Anti-Bullying Anti-Racism Dealing with Anxiety Dealing with Divorce Understanding Autism
You might want to read this book because you are being bullied. Or maybe you know a person who is being bullied and you want to help them. Or perhaps you're worried that you're a bully and you want to understand why and how to stop... There are things you can do and there are things that other people can do to help you. This book will help you to get through this. Topics covered include frenemies, physical bullying, name-calling, teasing, being left out, cyberbullying and how to get help. Consultants from the Anti-Bullying Alliance provide expert advice and information. Other titles in The Kids' Guide series: Anti-Racism Dealing with Anxiety Dealing with Divorce Dealing with Death Understanding Autism
A new addition to the Pictura Puzzles series for 7+ years, Awesome Vehicles showcases amazing machines that go. Create a busy sailing scene, design your own rally car and draw a jet plane display team in action in the sky. Step into the awesome world of illustrator Scott Garrett, with fun facts that fire your imagination and stickers to colour, to bring to life some of the most impressive vehicles on Earth.
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