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100 Most Dangerous Things on the Planet: What to Do If it Happens to You

100 Most Dangerous Things on the Planet: What to Do If it Happens to You

Claybourne, Anna
In this exciting book, children learn how to face and survive the world's most dangerous situations. From natural disasters and wild weather, to getting lost in the wild and fighting off dangerous animals, readers learn the skills needed to combat 100 real life dramas. Each danger is rated in terms of how likely you are to meet it, and how likely you are to survive, from the unlikely event of an asteroid strike or bear attack (minimal chance of...

$15.00




100 Scariest Things on the Planet

100 Scariest Things on the Planet

Claybourne, Anna
Can you imagine what it's like to be caught in an ice storm? To hang from a trapeze? To come face to face with a great white shark? From the wobbliest bridges to the scariest storms, from deadly animals to killer viruses, this is your ultimate guide to venomous snakes, towering cliffs, revolting rats, precarious bridges, dangerous sports, extraordinary feats, mightiest monsters, raging storms, alien intruders, deadliest spiders, freakiest...

$17.00




101 Things You Need to Know (and Some You Don't)

101 Things You Need to Know (and Some You Don't)

Horne, Richard
101 marvellous facts, brilliantly explained: Why do we have nails? Why is the sky blue? Why can birds stand on electric wires and not be electrocuted? Educate your child with minimum effort, and in blissful peace and quiet. The perfect source of fascinating facts for any child who doesn't want to be Boring when they Grow Old.

$25.00




5 Kiwi in a Kombi on Tour

5 Kiwi in a Kombi on Tour

Gunson, Dave
Originally published 2005 by Reed Publishing. Join Cookie, TJ, Anzac, Shadez and Missy as they explore New Zealand from top to bottom and uncover heaps of weird, odd and fascinating facts and stuff as they drive around in their Kombi!

$23.00




50 Fantastic Ideas for Early Writing Prompts

50 Fantastic Ideas for Early Writing Prompts

Bryce-Clegg, Alistair
If children are not interested or motivated by what they have been asked to write about, you can be sure that any writing you do get will be rushed, short and a bit half-hearted. In 50 Fantastic Ideas for Early Writing Prompts, Alistair Bryce-Clegg offers a collection of all of his favourite ideas and inspirations that have motivated the children he works with to pick up their pencils and get scribbling!

$25.00




501 1/2 Horrible Facts: A Stinky Selection of Stomach-Turning Trivia!

501 1/2 Horrible Facts: A Stinky Selection of Stomach-Turning Trivia!

Rooney, Anne
This colorful book is the latest in our hugely successful range of fact books. Crammed with the most gruesome, disgusting, and amusing facts, it is educational as well as being horrible, so it has the double appeal of being a factual and a novelty title. Suitable for children aged eight to twelve!

$30.00




Aliens

Aliens

Pipe, Jim
This book encourages readers to imagine themselves as explorers of the paranormal on the trail of aliens. It describes how aliens might travel to Earth and from where, what they might look like and how they might behave, drawing on examples from fiction, history and from around the world to describe people's continuing fascination with the possible existence of extra-terrestrial life forms.

$40.00




Ask Me Anything

Ask Me Anything

Every fact you ever wanted to know - now in paperback. Do you love trivia? Do you have a burning question? Then ask me one. Go on, "Ask Me Anything". Because I'm stuffed with trivia, facts, fun, and incredible info on just about everything you can think of. What's the most dangerous spider? How much would you weigh if you lived on Venus? Where can you post letters underwater? I'll also tell you how to split an atom, assemble an orchestra, and...

$30.00




Be a Stuntman

Be a Stuntman

Clemson, Wendy
Arranged in colour-coded levels, this high-interest range will appeal to children of varying ages and abilities. The exciting titles use the maths skills learnt in the classroom in real-life puzzle-solving scenarios, helping readers to develop an appreciation of the wider relevance of mathematics. In Be a Stuntman, readers can use data to solve puzzles that help to plan high fall stunts, stunt driving, aerial stunts and much more.

$23.00




Big Questions From Little People ... Answered By Some Very Big People

Big Questions From Little People ... Answered By Some Very Big People

Harris, Gemma Elwin
Children have a knack of asking great questions: Why is the sea salty? How far away is space? Why did dinosaurs go extinct and not other animals? What is global warming? But how are we supposed to answer their questions when most of us have only a sketchy grasp of the detail? Imagine if we could turn to a leading expert and ask them to answer in simple terms. This book does just that: over 100 real questions from children aged five to twelve,...

$39.00





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