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A lively and dynamic introduction to an important, though sometimes difficult, subject to tackle. Learn how to measure time, speed, length, temperature, mass and more in this entertaining information book, with over 150 flaps to lift. Includes a 25cm pop-out ruler to help answer the measuring questions and puzzles. Illustrations: Full colour throughout
A voyage in discovery of the wonders of the human body, to reveal in front of the eyes of the little readers how our body moves, eats, sees, and hears. A new way of learning while having fun even thanking the scientific yet easy to understand and funny texts. Lifting the flaps the readers could see the structure of the organs, of the bones, of the teeth and of all the other parts of the human body. A new title of one of our best-selling series of lift the flap books. Scientific, very accurate texts that are, at the same time, also very funny and tailored for children
Engineering helps shape the world around us, from the houses and cities we live in, to the way we travel, and even the sound of the music we listen to. Lift the flaps in this fascinating book to discover how engineering works and the many things engineers do. Includes internet links to find out more. First published for the 2018 Year of Engineering.
Lift the flaps to uncover the amazing inner workings of your very own body - from your bones, blood and brain to the bacteria in your belly button. Discover what happens when you eat, how your senses work, what your heart and lungs do and lots more fascinating facts. With links to specially selected websites for activities and videos about the human body.
Learn to solve all kinds of multiplying and dividing puzzles in this entertaining book, with over 130 flaps to reveal the answers along the way. Topics include times tables, number lines and using fractions, and there's even a treasure island puzzle at the back of the book, where children can put their new knowledge into practice.
Working on the principle that the best way to teach is show not tell, this cleverly designed book uses the lift-the-flap format to introduce concepts of size, weight and measuring in general to the very young. A lively spread showing jungle animals asks children to find the long snake, the slow tortoise and the tall giraffe, while a scene set in the playground lets children compare size by counting brightly coloured blocks to measure different lengths and widths. Long and short is demonstrated by trucks, trains and boats with questions challenging children to pick the shortest car, or the longest boat, answers under the flaps. A fun and effective early learning book. ~ Andrea Reece
A lively and dynamic introduction to the periodic table, an essential topic to grasp when studying chemistry. Learn what the periodic table is, how it is used, what each element is made of and more in this entertaining information book, with 125 flaps to lift. Lovereading Review will follow.
A colourful lift-the-flap board book to help children learn about numbers in a fun way. Each page has lots to spot and talk about, even for pre-readers, as children are asked to count, spot and match different numbers. The answers can be found by lifting the 80+ flaps.
With its equal mix of quirky facts and puzzles to try, Lift-the-flap Computers and Coding provides a whole new technique for learning how computer coding runs. Not only will it help readers understand how coding works, it also answers questions as to why it works the way it does. The use of flaps and colourful cartoon-style illustrations helps bring a really difficult topic to a level children can master and many adults will find it useful too. Even binary is covered, and in a very straightforward way. It’s a great book, one that even an expert coders will enjoy! ~ Andrea Reece 36 million children have taken part in "hour of code" activities worldwide, and coding clubs are becoming an increasingly popular after-school activity. This book and the companion title - Coding for Beginners - are a fun and essential introduction to what can be sometimes still seen as an intimidating subject.
This stylish, highly illustrated, interactive book is perfect for sharing with little children, and introduces nature and science using a friendly lift-the-flap format. Text is kept to a mimimum. A brilliant introduction to one of the fundamental themes of biology, perfect for curious young minds.
Learning about opposites is a vital pre-school skill, and this interactive book is an engaging introduction to the idea that helps enrich a young person's vocabulary.
January 2015 Factual Book of the Month Children love collecting fascinating facts and this lift-the-flap book is packed full of them. From Living Things, Science and The World, to Entertainment, When did it Happen? and a Treasure Trove spread and much, much more. With wonderful illustrations and graphics together with small text boxes and bubbles to reveal the fascinating facts. There's even a 'True or False' spread and a 'Can you match' quiz for all the family to play. All in all a fountain of fascinating facts which is why it's a Book of the Month for us.
Learning times tables is essential and needs endless practice, but children will love the interactive approach of this book, which has lots of flaps to lift to find out the answers to a range of multiplication questions. An innovative approach to what can be a dry and tricky subject, this book is perfect for parents and children to share on the road to learn times tables.
Shortlisted for the 2010 Blue Peter 'Best Book with Facts' Award. An original, innovative and interactive atlas full of flaps to lift, revealing beautiful buildings, exotic animals and fabulous sights. Divided into the separate continents, each double page is crammed with information on sights and cultures to be seen all over the world as well as country borders and capital cities. Includes a giant world map poster.
20 favourite Old and New Testament Stories supported by a 'What Jesus Said' question and explanation showing Jesus is in all God's Word and a flap with a supporting quote