Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed or dipped in water, revealing a world of colour. Meet the cutest animal babies as they splash about at bathtime. See happy penguin shaking off water or watch a sleepy otter holding hands with mum. Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed or dipped in water, revealing a world of colour.
Who lives in the rainforest? Meet the colourful rainforest characters from cheeky monkey to sleepy sloth, powerful jaguar to cute chameleon. Splish and splash and bring playful scenes to life in full colour just by wetting the pages of this clever bath book. Bath time becomes a magical experience like no other with these stunning books from Wee Gallery that are durable and safe to withstand hours of splashy fun, time and time again.
Bathtime becomes a magical experience with these stunning new books from Wee Gallery. Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed with water, revealing a world of colour.
Bathtime becomes a magical experience with these stunning new books from Wee Gallery. Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed with water, revealing a world of colour. Babies will love meeting Frog, Duck, Octopus, Dolphin and their underwater friends.
Bathtime becomes a magical experience with these stunning new books from Wee Gallery. Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed with water, revealing a world of colour. Babies will love meeting Triceratops, Stegosaurus, T-Rex and all their other friends.
Children will love learning how to count to 100 in this clever lift-the-flap book, illustrated by Heath McKenzie. What may seem like one object may in fact be something completely different! Keep children entertained with the rhymes and flaps throughout. Children will never guess what is hiding underneath the flap! They will also learn fun facts as they go.
Children will love learning the letters of the alphabet in this clever lift-the-flap book, illustrated by Heath McKenzie. What may seem like one object may in fact be something completely different! Keep children entertained with the rhymes and flaps throughout. Children will never guess what is hiding underneath the flap! They will also learn fun facts as they go.
This animal encyclopedia with a twist showcases more than 100 animals in close-up detail. Arranged from biggest to smallest, the wildlife of the world is revealed with stunning photography and gorgeous illustrations. The storybook descriptions will delight children and let them discover amazing animal facts, such as why the slow-motion sloth is so sluggish and how the plodding pangolin protects itself from predators, as well as some of the stories and myths surrounding their favourite beasts.
This beautiful modern bestiary lets you find the animals that interest you and uncover new favourites along the way. From lions and butterflies to sharks and spiders there's an animal for everyone in this celebration of the animal kingdom. Every animal is shown both photographically and illustrated, and children will love poring over the detailed images. The index is packed with reference information, including the size and location of each species, and a tree of life shows how the animal groups are connected.
With foil on the cover, gilded edges, and a ribbon for keeping your place, An Anthology of Intriguing Animals makes an attractive gift for any child who can't get enough of wildlife and nature. With engaging information and absorbing images, this book is perfect for children to explore by themselves or for bedtime stories.
Let’s Get Gardening is a wonderful start to building any child’s green thumb and encouraging them to do their bit for the environment. This book includes three simple chapters – kitchen gardening, wildlife gardening and recycled gardening – each with easy sustainability projects to inspire everyone’s inner eco-kid. Learn how to grow organic vegetables and herbs, how to attract awesome bees, butterflies and birds to your area, and how to make sustainable garden containers from household waste.
This book helps children learn about conservation, recycling and sustainability in simple and practical ways, while getting them outdoors learning about plants and wildlife. They will learn to build a mini nature reserve, grow staple ingredients themselves, plant a bee-friendly garden, provide homes for native wildlife and much more. Whether you have a big garden or a small windowsill, you can do your bit to make the world a greener place.
Slow Down - Bring Calm to a Busy World with 50 Nature Stories
All around us, nature is turning, growing and working. Every day, hour by hour, magical transformations happen right in front of you. But it's not always easy to see them. Discover 50 nature stories, paused just long enough for you to watch them unfold. Then go outside and explore and see what you find when you take the time to slow down.
Meet the animals that come out at night in this nocturnal adventure across the globe’s habitats, including a glow-in-the-dark poster of the deep sea. See the jaguar prowling the Amazon rainforest, spot the lion pride on the African savannah, and visit a turtle nesting beach under the stars. Then, turn off the lights to see the ocean creatures glow on the 640 × 296 mm tear-out poster . The book’s cover glows in the dark too! (Be sure to charge them in the light first.) Each spread features an enchanting illustration of a different nighttime habitat animated by a description of the activities of its various creatures, told in lulling prose. Fact boxes call out the names of the different animals and their unique qualities. Learn about the rainforest mammals called kinkajous, who slurp flower nectar by night and nest in tree hollows by day, and the rare and mysterious night parrots, who emerge after sunset in the Australian outback to feed on the seeds of spinifex bushes, among many other amazing nocturnal creatures. The wonderful starlit habitats you’ll explore: City Rainforest Beach Australian outback Woodland Arctic Mountains Mangrove forest Desert Coral reef Savannah
Learn to spot different patterns with this nature-inspired treasure hunt, which contains 80 first words to see and say. Turn the tabs of the chunky boards book to discover a world of stripes, spots and spirals, then try to spot the odd one out. Visual learning made fun.
When night falls, everything is dark. Or is it? The Moon shines with a pale light. A car drives along the street, and when its headlights flash, two bright dots run by. Is it a cat's eyes? Or perhaps a fox's? Stars twinkle in the night sky, and sometimes even the bright belt of the Milky Way is visible. Come on a journey and visit the dark forest, the deep ocean, and the shadows of the city, and discover everything that glows, glitters, and shines in the night!
This nonfiction picture book is full of fun facts about all the strange and wonderful sources of light on Earth and in the sky, from the Moon and the stars to glow-in-the-dark insects, luminous underwater creatures, lighthouses, fireworks, and phosphorescence.
Following up the hugely successful The Big Book of Bugs, The Big Book of Beasts, and The Big Book of the Blue, The Big Book of Birds is a fact-filled tour of the world's most wonderful winged creatures. Yuval Zommer's distinctive illustrations show off some of the most colorful, flamboyant, impressive, and wacky birds of the sky. Picture-book charm pairs with informative nonfiction to make a beautiful, large-format title for parents to share with young children and for older children to read by themselves. The book draws in children and parents alike with captivating information about and charming illustrations of hummingbirds, peacocks, flamingos, bald eagles, secretary birds, puffins, red-crowned cranes, and more. The book also invites young bird-watchers to protect birds where they live and make their gardens bird-friendly. The text is chatty, funny, and full of remarkable facts.Yuval Zommer's illustrations and fresh approach are what make this series feel distinct. His glorious and quirky pictures appeal to young children, who will relish the flighty questions and pithy facts about the most exciting creatures of the sky
In The Big Book of Beasts Yuval Zommer's wonderful illustrations bring to whimsical life some of the grizzliest, hairiest, bravest, wiliest, and most fearsome beasts in the animal kingdom. Brimming with interesting facts from beast consultant Barbara Taylor, this charming picture book is a beautiful way for parents to introduce young children to the animal world-and for older children to learn by themselves.In the first pages children learn that beasts are wild animals that can't be tamed and that they all defend themselves in different ways. As the book continues young readers meet specific beasts, including armadillos, bears, tigers, and the Tasmanian devil. The Big Book of Beasts also approaches the world of beasts thematically, looking at mythical beasts, Ice Age beasts, beasts on your street, and how to save beasts in danger of extinction.The funny and conversational text, amazing facts, and glorious and quirky pictures will draw in young children over and over again
What does a venus fly trap eat? How strong is a giant water lily? Does a cactus flower? The newest addition to Yuval Zommer's bestselling series answers these questions and more as it introduces young children to all kinds of colourful, carnivorous, weird and wonderful flowering plants from around the world. It opens with introductory spreads on how to be a botanist; how to recognise different types of flowers; the life-cycle of a plant; flower anatomy; and the seven types of animal pollinators including bats, birds and beetles. Subsequent spreads, illustrated within various habitats, are dedicated to specific varieties of plants, including the carnivorous venus flytrap, the giant water lily and the weird and wonderful corpse flower. Readers will enjoy learning about different edible flowers and why flowers are fragrant or colourful, not to mention grisly details about carnivorous and poisonous flowers.
Introductory spreads explain that bugs live nearly everywhere on Earth and give tips on how to become a young bug spotter. The book is divided into key groups of bugs, including beetles, moths, butterflies, bees, snails, crickets, grasshoppers, worms and spiders, all illustrated with scenic compositions. Some spreads approach the world of bugs thematically, such as bugs that come out at night, baby creepy-crawlies and life cycles, how bugs hide and show off and how some bugs love to live in your home. The text is chatty, funny and full of amazing facts.
Following the wild success of The Big Book of Bugs and The Big Book of Beasts, The Big Book of the Blue is the third installment in Yuval Zommer's beloved series. Alongside everything the young oceanographer needs to know, Zommer's charming illustrations bring to life some of the slipperiest, scaliest, strangest, and most monstrous underwater animals. The book opens by explaining how different types of animals are able to breathe and survive underwater, and the different families to which they belong. Subsequent pages are dedicated to specific creatures, including sea turtles, whales, sharks, stingrays, and seahorses, and show varied life in specific habitats, such as a coral reef or deep sea bed. The Big Book of the Blue also explores the underwater world thematically, looking at animals in danger, learning how to spot creatures at the beach, and discovering how to do our part to save sea life. Beautiful and filled with fascinating facts, young, curious readers won't be able to tear their eyes away from the page.
From the Adelie penguin to the zigzag heron this A-Z book is jam-packed with over 400 animal species and all kinds of interesting animal facts. Discover why the American flamingo is pink how emerald tree boas hunt their food what a baby echidna is called and whether the dusky leaf money really has four stomachs. A companion book to Jennifer Cossins' Ultimate Animal Counting Book this one's for budding zoologists aged 5+.
How about 16 lions? Or 44 penguins? Or 100 fairy flies?
Join CBCA Award-winner Jennifer Cossins on an expedition through the animal kingdom, counting one to 100 and collecting fascinating animal facts along the way. Discover the colour of a zebra's skin under its stripes, how a tapir uses its nose as a snorkel when it swims, and that cranes are famous for their dancing!
Beautifully illustrated with full-colour pictures of animals great and small, from all over the world - from the familiar wombat and sea turtle to the unusual gerenuk and caracal - The Ultimate Animal Counting Bookis an utter delight.
Explore ten diverse habitats—from the Amazon Rainforest, to Redwood National Park to the New Forest—and listen to animals in the wild with this extraordinary sound book. Simply press the page to hear the exquisite sounds of animals around the world, from the pandas of the bamboo forest of China to the bald eagles of Tongass National Park in Alaska. A stunning interactive book for young nature lovers.
Little children need lots of practice with pen control, and this book provides plenty of opportunities for that, as they can complete the dot-to-dot puzzles as many times as they like using the special wipe-clean pen provided.
All puzzles contain ten dots, so children will also be learning and the numbers 1-10 as they watch the animals emerge.