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Dinosaurs were INCREDIBLE creatures. Now even the smallest of readers can look inside the mighty T. rex - the most famous dinosaur of them all! This chunky board book has been especially designed for little hands, with interactive, peep-through pages to grasp and explore. Curious learners will love learning exactly how the T. rex worked - from when they lived to how strong their bite was (ouch!). Jam-packed with bite-size facts and accessible information, this is the perfect board book for dinosaur-mad toddlers. Also available in the How it Works series: Rocket, Tractor and The Body
Zoom! Zoom! Follow the speeding rocket up to the moon and back in this super simple first introduction to space travel. With layered die-cuts, fun facts and a mouse to spot on every spread!
Beep! Beep! Follow the busy tractor around the farm in this super simple first introduction to tractors. With layered die-cuts, fun facts and a mouse to spot on every spread!
Longlisted for the UKLA Book Awards 2022 Information Books 3-14 | From architecture to engineering (and other STEM subjects!), scale new heights on an enchanting journey with the school children in this book to discover answers to these questions along with other fascinating facts about bridges and how they work.
Join a group of school children on this voyage of discovery and discover the answers to lots of questions as well as fascinating facts about lighthouses and how they work. How Does a Lighthouse Work? provides a fascinating journey through the science and history of lighthouses around the world. Through history a lighthouse has been an important, in fact essential tool for sailors to navigate safely and this remains so today in order to protect all sailors from the dangerous coastlines and rocky outcrops out to sea that are found all over the world. Modern technology may have changed the way that lighthouses work but still their USP remains the same: to deliver a light as far as possible to forewarn sailors of potential dangers. This a terrific book to share with inquisitive children and the combination of stunning illustrations and interesting text makes this a well worthwile read both at home and to use in the classroom.