A Pictorial Compendium of Natural Wonders. Have you ever wondered what the deepest land animal is? Or questioned what the largest herbivorous dinosaur was? This beautiful compendium of superlatives will give you all the answers. Featuring intricately detailed illustrations which allow for plenty of studying by young explorers, this book really is a visual delight. … Continue reading ‘Highest Mountain Deepest Ocean,’illustrated by Page Tsou.
Where you go, who you meet, what you do next - it's all up to you... This brilliant, interactive book provides budding writers with up to 3 billion different story combinations - say goodbye to cries of: 'But, I don't know what to write about!' Follow the story path through the pages, deciding where to … Continue reading ‘Story Path,’ by Madalena Matoso.
There's now a third title in Britta Teckentrup's best-selling spotting series, and it doesn't fail to impress. All children are naturally inquisitive so I can't think of a better book to harness this than 'One is Not a Pair.' Each page contains several sets of pairs...but can you spot the odd one out? The rhyming … Continue reading ‘One is Not a Pair – A Spotting Book,’ by Britta Teckentrup.
As the season changes from Summer to Autumn, I'd like to introduce you to some brilliant books about the natural kingdom. Children always seem to fascinated by the world around them, particularly creepy-crawlies and wildlife. The books featured in this blog post will inspire children to go outside and hunt out the plants and creatures … Continue reading Natural Wonders of the Bookish World