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Kirsteen Robson is a prolific illustrator and designer of children's books.
This fun book is a playful way for young children to develop their counting, observation and pen control skills. Spot the differences between tower cranes, join the dots to finish building a house, count bricks and lots more. Durable, wipe-clean pages mean children can revisit their favourite activities again and again.
This ingenious book is a clever way to introduce children to the many different types of instrument there are in the world. Colour cards with bright, friendly illustrations feature nine different instruments on each side, grouped by type e.g. string instruments, instruments you blow into to make a sound. Slot the cards into the special holder, turn the switch on the back cover to on, and pressing the illustrations of the instruments produces a couple of notes or a short musical phrase. Children can compare the sound of a trombone with a didgeridoo, or a double bass with a viola or sarangi. It’s a marvel that this one small-ish book can demonstrate so many musical instruments and it’s certain to catch children’s imaginations. ~ Andrea Reece
This is a superb reference book, likely to encourage much happy browsing as well as to provide solid information to support school work. Divided into themed sections such a materials; energy, forces and motion; Earth and Space; and the human body, each page is illustrated with attractive artwork and photographs. Text is clearly presented in short blocks, making it inviting to read and the information is conveyed clearly and succinctly. A final section called Science Facts and Lists guides readers to the best sites on the internet so that they can develop their interest while indeed each page includes internet links to websites with relevant video clips and other multimedia content. ~ Andrea Reece
An exciting book full of ghastly and ghoulish scenes to colour; perfect for Hallowe'en. Are you brave enough to open this book? Can you cover its creepy pages with bold colours and daring doodles such as creepy characters, slimy snacks, scary faces and monster misfits? There's only one way to find out. Buy it and head for Spooksville.
A classic idea, revitalised with bright, modern artwork. Fifty amazing mazes, each one completely different from the one before. Each maze has extra puzzles to solve and challenges to complete en route, encouraging children to develop their problem-solving and visual recognition skills.