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Lift the many flaps in this sturdy, interactive thin board book to discover what happens inside boats, bikes, planes, cars, buses and more. There are lots of things to spot and talk about in the amusing and detailed illustrations by Stefano Tognetti. With over 75 flaps to lift.
A fun flap book that shows young children what goes on at major sporting events and introduces them to a range of different sports. Scenes include an Olympic style swimming pool, an athletics stadium, a ski slope and a cycling velodrome. With over 100 flaps to lift, there's lots to discover on each brightly coloured page and plenty to keep curious minds occupied, including hidden flaps under flaps.
A lift-the-flap information book for young readers which explores life in ancient Egypt, in particular the rituals that the Egyptian pyramids undertoo in preparation for the afterlife.
It is important for children to understand food - where it comes from, what's in it, and how it affects our bodies. This is an interactive introduction which traces food production from farm to fork.
What is the earth made of and what goes on beneath the surface? This non-fiction lift-the-flap book features bold illustrations, simple explanations to complex questions and over 60 flaps to lift. An introduction to geology and geography for young children.
This is an innovative flap book offering a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of a busy castle. Amid the hustle and bustle, find flaps beneath flaps and many more surprises to keep enquiring minds entertained. Young readers can meet lords, ladies, knights and squires and find out how they live, work, fight and relax in their magnificent castle home.
This is a fascinating flap book packed with interesting information about cars, from how the first automobiles were invented, to how speedy racing cars get around tracks. Each of the seven double-page spreads have several flaps to lift, many with double flaps, and several of them also have fun paper technology such as sliding a race car or moving a car along a production line in a factory. Other spreads look inside a busy car repair shop, and a scrap yard where old cars get crushed.
Winner of The Royal Society Young People's Book Prize 2013 What the Judges thought "A fantastically interactive book for younger children. Full of flaps to lift (and flaps under flaps) that reveal amazing facts about space!” And some comments from the children involved in the judging..."We really, really liked all of the flaps in this book. There was so much to look at on each page." Servite RC Primary School "Great for young scientists. Loads of great bitesize facts about our Solar System - and beyond!" Stafford Grammer School The Royal Society Young People's Book Prize winner is selected by groups of young people in judging panels across the UK. Over 1000 young people from over 100 panels took part to select the 2013 winner, Look Inside Space.
Airports are thrilling and fascinating places for children, full of unusual equipment, strange machines and - of course - lots of planes. This book allows young children to find out more about how an airport works. Richly informative, with colourful, friendly illustrations and lots of flaps to lift and look beneath.
This title is full of surprises to keep enquiring minds entertained, including flaps beneath flaps, spinning wheels and a miniature fold-out booklet. You can discover what a cow's day is like, how a farm changes with the seasons and about the different animals and machines that can be found on the farm. This innovative flap book introduces children to life on a farm.
From traditional steam trains to super-fast bullet trains, this fact-filled information book allows children to look inside locomotives and find out how they work. Young readers can lift-the-flaps to discover fun facts and find out about the history of train travel.
This is a wonderful flap book introducing children to the way their own bodies work in a fun and informative way. It is a new, smaller format of the Look Inside series, perfect for little fingers. It is full of surprises to keep enquiring minds entertained, including flaps beneath flaps and a cheeky peek inside a toilet cubicle. Young readers' minds will boggle as they learn about how their brains work, what happens when they eat, how their lungs use oxygen and much more.
Take a trip to London with this neat, lift-the-flap information book which explores the UK capital's most famous sites, including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Tower of London. With lots of things to spot and talk about, including iconic red telephone boxes, red double-decker buses and black cabs.
Get ready to swing through the treetops, creep along the forest floor and meet some of the most exotic animals on earth. Children can take a virtual tour through the world's jungles in this detailed lift-the-flap non-fiction book.
This is a re-sized edition of the original flap book that introduces the fascinating world of science in a simple and engaging way for younger readers. It is full of surprises to keep enquiring minds entertained, including flaps beneath flaps. It includes basic science topics from how plants grow to astronomy and forces. Each double-page includes simple practical experiments for children to try themselves.
An interactive history book for young children, looking at life in a town travelling back in time from modern times to the stone age. With over 80 flaps to lift.
With flaps to lift on every page and friendly little robots providing the explanations and information, this book will help anyone understand how computers work. It shows readers how much a part of our everyday life computers are, and takes them behind the scenes and inside the computer so that they can understand the many different actions that occur when you touch the keys or screen. It takes a look too at the history of computers and how they’ve changed over the years, and even looks into the future. The information is presented clearly and in such a fun and interactive way that children will hardly notice how much they’re learning. ~ Andrea Reece Lovereading4kids Back to School Favourites: The Great Grammar Book Listen and Learn First Chinese Words The Terrific Times Tables Book Come to School Too, Blue Kangaroo! First Book About the Orchestra The Usborne Chess Book Look Inside How Computers Work My First Word Book About School I Yam a Donkey
Aspiring builders and engineers can get stuck into this action packed lift-the flap book to see a new house being built, roads and tunnels being dug and, of course, a demolition site in action. With loads to pore over children learn the major phases of building site construction and how it all comes together. Wander carefully through the bustling building sites, but don't forget your hard hat! Illustrations: Full colour throughout
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