• Children's & YA
      May 2016

      Aquila The Eagle

      :Welcome Aquila

      by Yaa Asabea Boafo

      Aquila The Eagle is a story of a special eagle. This is the first book of a three book series about a special golden eagle's interaction with two children, Benji & Faithlyn, as they embark on many adventures. Each story teaches a virtue for people of all ages.

    • Children's & YA

      The Curious Tale of the Dodo.

      by Anthony Cooper & Simon Kewer

      ‘The curious tale of the dodo’, is the first book in the series from the altruistic environmental brand Don’t do the Dodo. A fun introduction to conservation through the story of the dodo and written in an easy to read Dr Seuss rhyming style with fantastic color illustrations and….. the perfect length for a bedtime story! French translation available. The second book “ Dodo and the importance of BEEing”is now in draft form following the same format and an introuction to bees and their plight.

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      Cadno

      by Jinny Johnson

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      Eliffant

      by Jinny Johnson

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      Tsimp

      by Jinny Johnson

    • Teaching of a specific subject

      Pets

      Activities for 3-5 Year Olds

      by Sue Pearce

      The topic of pets helps children, particularly those unable to have pets at home, to learn to respect and care for animals. With Pets, the children learn how to distinguish between animals and what each species needs in order to have a contented life. These fun, easy-to-use ideas can be used in all early years settings, from preschools and nurseries to reception classes and day nurseries.

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      Mochyn Cwta

      by Honor Head

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      Teigr

      by Jinny Johnson

    • Handicrafts (Children's/YA)
      January 2011

      The World of Popagami

      Animal Fun Activities Book

      by Philip Craik

      Meet the twelve new Popagami characters, such as VERMEER the MEERKAT and MONTY the MOUNTAIN LION in this first book of the Popagami series. The World of Popagami takes you step by detailed step through our bespoke origami folds to make these very cute and unique three-dimensional finger puppets. The book also has three photocopiable designs where you can make your own unique animals. Read and try the fun activities each of the characters suggest, that include; magnetic fishing, Easter Egg hunts and making your Popagami animals fly. This book series is also well supported by a dedicated website that features regular blogs & news, competitions, games, activities, movies and information on the latest releases. The World of Popagami book can be purchased with a Supplementary Pack of the loose origami sheets that you, your friends and all the family can make. Table of Contents: Welcome 3 Contents 4 Instructions - Key 5 Instructions - Step 1-14 6-12 Popagami Animals and Activities 13-37 Photocopiable Animals 38-40 Website 41 Farewell 42

    • Handicrafts (Children's/YA)
      April 2013

      The World of Popagami Pack

      Animal Fun Activities Book

      by Philip Craik

      Meet the twelve new Popagami characters, such as VERMEER the MEERKAT and MONTY the MOUNTAIN LION in this first book of the Popagami series. The World of Popagami takes you step by detailed step through our bespoke origami folds to make these very cute and unique three-dimensional finger puppets. The book also has three photocopiable designs where you can make your own unique animals. Read and try the fun activities each of the characters suggest, that include; magnetic fishing, Easter Egg hunts and making your Popagami animals fly. This book series is also well supported by a dedicated website that features regular blogs & news, competitions, games, activities, movies and information on the latest releases. The World of Popagami book can be purchased with a Supplementary Pack of the loose origami sheets that you, your friends and all the family can make. Table of Contents: Welcome 3 Contents 4 Instructions - Key 5 Instructions - Step 1-14 6-12 Popagami Animals and Activities 13-37 Photocopiable Animals 38-40 Website 41 Farewell 42

    • Personal & social issues: disability & special needs (Children's/YA)
      August 2014

      Kaitlyn Wants To See Ducks

      a true story of inclusion and self-determination

      by Jo Meserve Mach, Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier, Mary Birdsell

      Kaitlyn loves ducks. Her family loves all the animals. Seeing those apes and lions and elephants and goats and giraffes and bears, just isn’t what Kaitlyn wants to do. What’s a girl to do, when it’s family day at the zoo? (Kaitlyn has Down Syndrome.)

    • Personal & social issues: disability & special needs (Children's/YA)
      March 2015

      Kaitlyn queire ver patos

      Una historia real que promueva la inclusión y la autodeterminación

      by Jo Meserve Mach, Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier, Mary Birdsell, Karen Diaz Anchante

      Kaitlyn ama los patos. A su familia le encantan todos los animales. Pero ver monos, leones, elefantes, cabras, jirafas y osos, no es exactamente lo que Kaitlyn quiere hacer. ¿Qué debe hacer una niña durante un día familiar en el zoológico?

    • Nature, the natural world (Children's/YA)
      June 2016

      Deep Sea

      by Mary-Jane Wilkins

      This exciting series transports young readers to some of the most interesting environments on our planet and introduces some of the animals that live in them. With striking photographs and simple text, the series helps to explain the links between each biome and its animal inhabitants.

    • Nature, the natural world (Children's/YA)
      June 2016

      Deserts

      by Mary-Jane Wilkins

      This exciting series transports young readers to some of the most interesting environments on our planet and introduces some of the animals that live in them. With striking photographs and simple text, the series helps to explain the links between each biome and its animal inhabitants.

    • Nature, the natural world (Children's/YA)
      June 2016

      Frozen Lands

      by Mary-Jane Wilkins

      This exciting series transports young readers to some of the most interesting environments on our planet and introduces some of the animals that live in them. With striking photographs and simple text, the series helps to explain the links between each biome and its animal inhabitants.

    • Nature, the natural world (Children's/YA)
      June 2016

      Grasslands

      by Mary-Jane Wilkins

      This exciting series transports young readers to some of the most interesting environments on our planet and introduces some of the animals that live in them. With striking photographs and simple text, the series helps to explain the links between each biome and its animal inhabitants.

    • Nature, the natural world (Children's/YA)
      June 2016

      Mountains

      by Mary-Jane Wilkins

      This exciting series transports young readers to some of the most interesting environments on our planet and introduces some of the animals that live in them. With striking photographs and simple text, the series helps to explain the links between each biome and its animal inhabitants.

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Birds

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and why animals are perfectly suited to their purpose and to their environment. The series studies anatomy, dimensions, senses, body shape, materials and joints to show why animals are, in effect, the world’s most perfect machines.

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Reptiles

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and why animals are perfectly suited to their purpose and to their environment. The series studies anatomy, dimensions, senses, body shape, materials and joints to show why animals are, in effect, the world’s most perfect machines.

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Amphibians

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and why animals are perfectly suited to their purpose and to their environment. The series studies anatomy, dimensions, senses, body shape, materials and joints to show why animals are, in effect, the world’s most perfect machines.

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