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Bright, attractive and cleverly designed, this first atlas invites children to travel the world in a book, introducing them to the seven continents and their natural features as well as to the people living there. Using a mix of photos and colourful graphics, it presents a great deal of information in a very inviting and accessible way. Alongside maps, clearly marking out the world’s different countries, there are boxes with fast facts – the countries in numbers: population, biggest city, largest religion etc – and quirkier information covering food, sport, pastimes and culture. It’s great for dipping into and for homework help, and tells you a huge amount about our planet and its wildlife and peoples. ~ Andrea Reece
See, hear, taste, touch and smell. Find out about your senses and how they work in Super Senses. The fiction book that accompanies this title is Seeing in the Dark. Oxford Reading Tree Explore with Biff, Chip and Kipper is a series of paired fiction and non-fiction books linked by curriculum-related topics. Each pair consists of an engaging story featuring well-loved characters and a compelling non-fiction book. These topic-linked pairings will develop and deepen their reading comprehension and foster a love of reading across both text types. This book is one of six titles at Oxford Level 6, which are phonically decodable featuring a small number of pre-taught, non-decodable topic words to enrich the texts and support language development. All the books in the series are carefully levelled, so it is easy to match every child with the right book and enable them to progress.
Perfect for any budding wildlife explorers, this backpack encourages children to get outside and discover nature at night-time! Children will be able to light the way with their own LED torch - ideal for spotting any nocturnal creatures. And it's not only animals that come out when it's dark - readers can also learn to navigate the night sky with a handy fold-out constellation guide, as well as their own glow-in-the-dark star stickers. The explorer's guidebook is packed with fun activities and useful information about how to identify creatures whilst out and about, whether in a garden or adventuring further afield on a night-time nature walk.This complete kit is the perfect introduction to nature once the sun has gone down, for children aged 6+!
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