• Children's & YA
      April 2014

      Vagabonds

      by Darcy Pattison

      “Watership Down” with armadillos VAGABONDS by Darcy Pattison An Immigrant’s Tale For decades, the southern states of the Unitied States have witnessed the relentless migration of vagabonds from Mexico. They are now f

    • Poetry anthologies (various poets)
      July 2013

      Rossetti’s Armadillo

      by Author(s): Charles S. Kraszewski

    • Crystals & colour-healing
      January 2015

      CRYSTALS & CRYSTAL HEALING

      Harnessing the unique power of crystals and gemstones for health & inner harmony, with over 200 beautiful photographs

      by Simon Lilly

      Crystals and gemstones are highly prized not only for their beauty but also for their healing and spiritual properties, and crystal healing explores new ways in which the mineral kingdom can help us restore balance to our stressful lives. This book introd

    • January 2015

      CLASSIC RECIPES OF THE PHILIPPINES

      Traditional food and cooking in 25 authentic dishes

      by Ghillie Basan Vilma Laus

      A melting pot of myriad cultural and geographical culinary influences, including China and Spain, the food and cooking of the Philippines is a unique experience. Characteristic ingredients include chilli, galangal, garlic and shrimp paste, which are balan

    • Food & Drink
      January 2015

      COCONUT WATER AND COCONUT OIL

      Cook yourself healthy with coconut water, oil, milk and more!

      by Catherine Atkinson

      Hydrating, nourishing and versatile, coconut water is the ultimate health-boosting drink and cooking ingredient and, together with coconut CLICK HERE TO RE

    • Fantasy & magical realism (Children's/YA)

      MY STORYBOOK OF FAIRIES & ELVES

      A collection of 20 magical stories

      by Nicola Baxter

      This captivating collection presents a score of stories from a mysterious kingdom of fantastical creatures. Fairies flit and fly in The Magical World of Fairies and Elves, with parties, flying races, songs and laughter. The Dreamland Fairies take care of

    • Animal stories (Children's/YA)

      STORIES FOR LITTLE ONES

      by Nicola Baxter

      What really took place at the Teddy Bears' Picnic? What happens when a teddy bear meets a real bear? Are there bears so tiny that you cannot see them at all? Do you know what happens when a bunny eats too much fudge, or tries to make a wedding dress at th

    • Interactive & activity books & packs
      June 2018

      AMAZING PROJECTS & FUN THINGS TO MAKE, DO & GIVE

      The ultimate rainy-day collection with 220 exciting stepby- step projects shown in over 3400 photographs

      by Walton, Maxwell, Painter

      These two books are packed full of exciting ideas and activities for children. 100 Fantastic Things to Make, Do & Play, for children aged 3–8, explains how to make musical instruments, grow flowers in the garden, design stationery and bake a cake, and T

    • Pottery, ceramics & glass crafts
      January 2015

      DECORATING GLASS PROJECT BOOK

      Creative ways to transform plain glass bowls, vases, mirrors, picture frames, plant pots and other home accessories

      by Michael Ball

      Working creatively with glass is a skill that anyone can learn and the range of specialist craft materials and equipment available is increasing, helping to make light work of traditional crafts. This practical, highly illustrated book presents over 40 be

    • Anthologies (Children's/YA)
      January 2018

      MY MOTHER GOOSE COLLECTION

      Nursery rhymes for little ones

      by Anness Publishing

      MY MOTHER GOOSE COLLECTION - Three little boardbooks in a presentation slipcase box, each with lively nursery, action and playtime rhymes, and charming illustrations by Jan Lewis. Best Ever Rhymes - a collection of beloved rhymes that have been enjoyed

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      October 2017

      150 GREAT SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS

      Ingenious, easy-to-do projects explore and explain the wonders of science and technology

      by Chris Oxlade

      This is a bumper collection of 150 fantastic experiments and projects that explain a wide range of scientific facts, processes and principles. Make a working volcano, construct a reflecting telescope, create a compass, and much more. The projects are arra

    • History & the past: general interest (Children's/YA)
      May 2018

      STEP INTO THE ARCTIC WORLD

      by Jen Green

      In one of the world's most extreme environments, mankind has developed unique methods of survival. This fact-filled book examines Arctic habitation through the ages. Find out about the amazing ways in which humans have learned to hunt, herd and farm in ha

    • History & the past: general interest (Children's/YA)

      THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE ANCIENT AMERICAS

      The everyday life of America's native peoples: Aztec & Maya Inca Arctic Peoples North American Indian

      by Green, MacDonald, Steele and Stotter

      Step back in time and explore the culture and beliefs of the people that inhabited the Americas. This lively volume takes a thematic approach to the past, enabling complete topics to be reviewed and assessed at a single stroke and making the subject easil

    • Early learning: first word books
      December 2012

      SPARKLY LEARNING: FIRST NUMBERS

      by Caroline Davis

      This charming early learning book is the perfect way to introduce your child to their first numbers, and they will love the fun illustrations on each page. Start off by counting 1 kite in the sky, 2 trees in the park, 3 aliens in space, 4 balloons at the

    • Classic fiction (Children's/YA)
      May 2011

      My First Reading Book: The Gingerbread Man

      A first reading series for 4 to 7 year olds

      by Janet Brown

      Run, run as fast as you can, you can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man!' The Gingerbread Man outruns a little old lady, a cow, a horse and a farmer, but what happens when the sly fox offers to carry him across the river? The classic children's story is

    • Children's & YA
      May 2011

      Googly Eyes: Chico Plays Hide and Seek

      Children will love seeing the big googly eyes move around in this fun storybook!

      by Ben Adams

      CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Children's & YA
      May 2011

      Googly Eyes: Polly the Farm Puppy

      Children will love seeing the big googly eyes move around in this fun storybook!

      by Ben Adams

      CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Children's & YA
      January 2014

      A SPARKLY PONY STORY

      by Nicola Baxter

      From her bedroom window, little Ellie looks out across her city, where the lights from a million windows shine brightly. Under the light of the moon, this place is beautiful in its way, but Ellie cannot see that. Her dreams are not about people, or buildi

    • Children's & YA
      January 2014

      A SPARKLY BALLET STORY

      by Nicola Baxter

      Within the ballet school run by Madame Amata, little girls and boys in sparkly costumes are scampering around, looking for lost ribbons, pestering the ladies who help with their hair, and getting lost just when they are needed. It is the evening of a majo

    • Children's & YA
      January 2014

      LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD

      A sparkling fairy tale

      by Nicola Baxter

      Little Red Riding Hood got her name because she loves to wear the red cloak her grandmother made for her. One day, Little Red Riding Hood CLICK HERE TO REA

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