Online Catalogue | History Of Britain and Ireland
This giant book with fold-out pages is filled with the biggest, longest and most powerful trains ever built, from puffing steam engines and diesel locomotives to high-speed electric trains. Children can discover how the first trains worked, step inside a variety of luxury trains and much more. Includes links to video clips of all kinds of trains.
Its winter. Its cold! The squirrels are digging up acorns to eat. But what will they eat in the spring when the acorns are gone? This beautiful picture book is the perfect introduction to the seasons and how the weather changes throughout the year. The second book in the new Science Storybook series from Walker Books, illustrated by up-and-coming talent Richard Jones and written by the award-winning author Martin Jenkins.
Open up this treasure trove of insects and immerse yourself in a wondrous collection of creatures as nature unfolds around you.
Hidden amongst the foliage youll spy splashes of purple, orange, yellow, green and blue as a cloud of grasshoppers spring into action. And as you wander through, listen out for the buzzing of bees and the flitter of wings as caterpillars transform into a flutter of moths and butterflies. Then pause to admire the twinkling from the fireflies and glow-worms, and remember that your magical journey into this enchanting secret world has only just begun . . .
This beautiful collection of insects contains a limited edition print of Dawn Cooper's gorgeous illustrations, sumptuous gold foil on the jacket and engaging information, making it a glorious gift book that will appeal to anyone who loved Animalium, The Wonder Garden or Creaturepedia.
Susie Brooks has a first class history of art degree and has worked as an editor and author of childrens non-fiction and picture books for over 10 years. Shes an artist herself and sometimes runs workshops for young children.
Dawn Cooper is a hugely talented illustrator who is inspired by natural history and botanical illustrations as well as things she has read or seen on her travels. In the rare moments when shes not drawing, Dawn likes nothing more than a long, rewarding walk with her camera.
There's no place like home, but poor Florence Firefly is lost, and there are so many bright lights shining in the night sky she doesn't know which way to go. She'll need some help to find her way back home. In this brilliant interactive picture book, children can help Florence on her journey by encouraging her to fly faster, suggesting which direction to take and making a wish.
Freeze time for a moment around the world and discover an incredible array of events,
from a herd of swimming elk in Canada to a nomad leading his camels through the Sahara
Desert. The unique 'perpetual format of three books in one takes the reader on a global journey
with a difference. The day that appears to be unfolding is occurring all at once