A compilation of each book in the Senses series looking at one way in which we sense the world around us. Each of our five physical senses, as well as the sixth sense, are investigated and explained using easy to understand text, explanatory artwork and photos.
Written for children at primary school level this series examines habitats in the UK. This title exlains what a river habitat is and that rivers can be fast or slow flowing. It looks at the plants and animals that are found in and around rivers, and how they are suited to living in moving water.
Drawn from Oxford Reading Tree poetry and Twinkle, Twinkle Chocolate Bar, this book offers a range of poetic styles and teaching opportunities. It introduces children to concepts such as patterned, rhyming and descriptive poems and teaching ideas are printed inside the back cover.
Looks at a range of difficult topics from drugs to divorce and explains them for young children. School counsellors and specialists have been consulted in the preparation of these books to ensure a realistic portrayal
When Tom finds it hard to sleep, counting sheep is just the beginning - counting pythons and pirates, vampires bats and ghosts is a lot more fun. Readers are led on a wild and woolly counting adventure that goes all the way up to 100.
Explores the various ways our planet has been polluted and looks at how people are trying to stop the pollution and mitigate the effects. Highlights ways in which we can all make a difference. Looks at the effects of pollution on different eco-systems and elements.