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  • My First 100 Animals

    Using bright, vibrant pictures to encourage 'pointing and saying', this book introduces 100 best-loved animals together with their names to widen every child's vocabulary. Parents' notes set out - in simple steps - how you can get the best from the book and fast track your child's learning, while making their looking and reading experience fun.
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  • My First Book of Animal Babies

    By Miranda Smith
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    Miranda Smith
    Discover how a huge range of animals give birth and care for their young. Meet Nile crocodile hatchlings, who chirp when they are ready to hatch, polar bear cubs who are blind for the first week and deaf for the first day, and visit the untidy nest of the Golden eagle, whose chicks can fly in just seven weeks. From the hippopotamus to the honey bee, the albatross to the zebra, you'll uncover a whole new world of babies and their parents.
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  • My First Book of Farm Animals

    By Miranda Smith
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    Miranda Smith
    Discover fascinating facts about farm animals from where they live to how they work to give us food to eat and clothes to wear. There are cows, sheep and ducks, plus Angora goats, moose and even baboons. Find out which animal's hair is used to make rope, which birds help farmers in the fields and which reptiles give oil for medicine.
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  • My First Book of Mammals

    By Honor Head
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    Honor Head
    If you are crazy about animals, you'll want to take a look at this exciting new series. These beautiful new books are bursting with the most colourful, most exciting animals on the planet. Toddlers will love looking at all their favourite creatures, while older children will enjoy using the books for reading practice and finding out about wild animals. Guaranteed to provide a world of discoveries and hours of early learning fun!
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  • My First Book of Bugs & Spiders

    If you are crazy about animals, you'll want to take a look at this exciting new series. These beautiful new books are bursting with the most colourful, most exciting animals on the planet. Toddlers will love looking at all their favourite creatures, while older children will enjoy using the books for reading practice and finding out about wild animals. Guaranteed to provide a world of discoveries and hours of early learning fun!
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  • 1001: Children's Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up

    By Julia Eccleshare
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    Julia Eccleshare
    1001 Children's Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up is the perfect introduction to the very best books of childhood: those books that have a special place in the heart of every reader. It introduces a wonderfully rich world of literature to parents and their children, offering both new titles and much-loved classics that many generations have read and enjoyed. From wordless picture books and books introducing the first words and sounds of the alphabet through to hard-hitting and edgy teenage fiction, the titles featured in this book reflect the wealth of reading opportunities for children.Browsing the titles in 1001 Children's Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up will take you on a journey of discovery into fantasy, adventure, history, contermporary life, and much more. These books will enable you to travel to some of the most famous imaginary worlds such as Narnia, Middle Earth, and Hogwart's School. And the route taken may be pretty strange, too. You may fall down a rabbit hole, as Alice does on her way to Wonderland, or go through the back of a wardrobe to reach the snowy wastes of Narnia.
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    Philip's Early Years Atlas

    By David Wright, Rachel Noonan
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    David Wright, Rachel Noonan
    Philip's Early Years Atlas is intended for pre-reading children, aged between 3 and 5 years old, with text to help parents and teachers explain what is happening on the maps and illustrations to the young children. The atlas is designed to meet the curriculum requirements for under-5s: 'Knowledge and understanding of the world'.Simple, child-friendly maps are combined with fascinating photographs and facts about the world to provide essential geographical information for very young children. 'Balloons' link photos of real places to each map. Guidance is given at the beginning of the atlas on how to use the maps, encouraging the early development of map skills and knowledge of the world. An index to the maps plus a simple illustrated glossary complete the atlas.Philip's Early Years Atlas is both fun to use and easy to understand. Each colourful spread includes additional ideas and suggestions for parents and teachers to use with young children in order to stimulate interest and understanding of the photographs, flags, stamps and maps. The main text is simple and uncomplicated, and will encourage early reading skills to develop in the children.
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  • My First Book of Dinosaurs

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    Blast Off!: Let's Explore Neptune

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    Blast Off!: Let's Explore Uranus

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    Blast Off!: Let's Explore Saturn

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    Blast Off!: Let's Explore Jupiter

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    Blast Off!: Let's Explore Mercury

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    Blast Off!: Let's Explore the Sun

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    Blast Off!: Let's Explore the Moon

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    Blast Off!: Let's Explore Pluto and Other Dwarf Planets

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  • My First Book of Machines

    Find out what different vehicles can do from giant dump trucks to super fast cars and motorbikes. Each double-page spread focuses on one vehicle and includes big, detailed photographs and a factfile of speeds, sizes and other key facts. This brilliant first book of machines and vehicles includes: cars, motorbikes, planes, Helicopters, spacecraft, boats, submarines, rescue vehicles and trucks.
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    Top Tens: Killer Dinosaurs

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    Top Tens: Extreme Machines

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    Top Tens: Deadly Creatures

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