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What is the Sun made of? How did astronauts get to the Moon and what did they find there? For children beginning to read on their own, this book is an exciting introduction to space. Includes vivid, full colour illustrations and photographs on every page, and easy-to-read text specially written with the help of a reading expert.
The story of rubbish told for children growing in reading confidence. From the recycling cavemen of prehistoric times to the landfill sites of today, find out how rubbish has been dealt with and disposed of throughout history. Humorously illustrated by Uwe Mayer. Developed in conjunction with reading experts from Roehampton University.
Discover over thirty of the world's most famous pictures in this fascinating introduction to art, with paintings by Van Gogh, Munch, Rousseau, Klimt and more. Each page is filled with fascinating facts about the artists, their lives and how they created their work. Includes a glossary, index and links to websites for more information.
How do two dogs say hello? Which kind of dog can't bark? Why do some dogs bury their toys? For children beginning to read on their own, this book is an exciting introduction to dogs.
How big were dinosaurs and what did they eat? Which were friendly and which were scary? For children beginning to read on their own, this book is an exciting introduction to dinosaurs. Illustrated with fabulous photos and artwork. Easy-to-read text specially written with the help of a reading expert. Internet links to carefully selected websites with pictures, information and activities.
A beautifully ilustrated introduction to the life of butterflies and caterpillars, with easy to read text for beginner readers. The life cycle of a butterfly is shown with stunning photographs and illustrations, and there are links to carefuly selected websites with videos that show butterflies emerging from their pupae.
How do flowers grow in dry deserts? How do animals help to spread seeds? Which flower smells like rottng meat? These and other questions are answered with vivid, full colour photographs and short, informative text. Includes carefully selected internet links to exciting websites to find out more. Usborne Beginners are colourful information books for children beginning to read on their own.
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