Journey across America’s diverse habitats to discover more than 200 native animals and plants. A book for nature lovers, adventure seekers, budding ecologists, and anyone wanting to learn about the amazing flora and fauna to be found in our beautiful country.
Series: Explore! Discover the wonders of nature to be found in our beautiful country, from sea to shining sea, in these gorgeously illustrated books.
Ages: 7 years + Size: 9 x 10 1/2 Pages: 96pp Series: Explore! Author: Kitson Jazynka Price: $18.99 (Hardback)
Penguins don’t really need maps, but you can use the ones in this book to follow along with them and lots of other traveling animals—from butterflies to whales—whether their treks be long or short, all around the world.
Ages: 6 years + Size : 10 x 11 1/2 Pages: 48pp Author: Tracey Turner Price: $14.99 (Hardback)
Can math make people rich on the stock market? Can formulas be used to predict which sports teams will win more games? Can equations explain the mysteries of the universe? The short answer to all these is YES. This book explores and explains the ways that the tools of mathematics help people to make sense of the world around them, to predict the future and, just maybe, how to make life itself better.
Ages: 10 years + Size: 6 7/8 x 9 3/4 Pages: 128pp Series: Understanding… Author: Sarah Hull, Tom Mumbray Price: $12.99 (Flexi-binding)
Crammed with clever tips, tricks, and techniques, this book makes mental arithmetic a breeze. With lots of practice puzzles and questions, lift the flaps to reveal the answers. At the end, you can put your newly-learned skills to the test with a math maze game.
Series: Advanced Lift-the-Flap Ideal for improving general knowledge and guaranteed to keep fact-loving, question-asking children entertained for hours.
Ages: 6 years + Size: 8 3/4 x 11 1/8 Pages: 16pp Series: Advanced Lift-the-Flap Author: Tom Mumbray Price: $14.99 (Board)
It’s time for a gut check! There’s a reason Squishy Human Body has been the best-selling anatomy toy for over 10 years — it’s Squishy! This 12-inch-tall interactive model features nine removable squishy organs that feel like the real thing. Kids can squeeze the squishy heart and lungs, remove the squishy brain, and even uncoil the squishy intestines! Featuring 21 removable organs, bones, and muscles in a clear plastic shell, Squishy Human Body allows young doctors-in-training to dissect and rebuild the human body, again and again, using forceps and tweezers.
The handy organ-izer sheet keeps all the removable parts together for easy assembly. The stand allows kids to proudly display their assembled model on a shelf or desktop. The illustrated 24-page book takes a light-hearted approach to anatomy by following a slice of pizza as it travels through the body and interacts with different organs. The book features photos of real organs, engaging illustrations, and answers to common body function questions — even the gross ones!
Includes two-piece clear plastic human body model with a stand, 9 removable squishy organs, 12 removable hard plastic bones & muscles, forceps, tweezers, body part Organ-Izer sheet, instructions sheet, and a 24-page illustrated Anatomy Book. Although the book is written for slightly older children, this best-selling anatomy toy is appropriate for children ages 5 and up.
Ages: 8 years + Size: 13 x 10 x 2 1/2 Pages: 24pp + components Price: $29.99 (Box)
The questions in this book were curated by the staff at London’s Royal Observatory, to address all the most common – and a few uncommon – things that children want to know about space. Planets, moons, exploration, and even some really BIG questions such as “How do Black Holes work,” “Is it worth going to space?” and “What’s going to happen at the end of time?”
Ages: 8 years + Size: 7 5/8 x 9 3/4 Pages: 96pp Series: Big Questions About the Unknown Author: Alex Frith, Alice James Price: $14.99 (Hardback)
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