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Did you know that the first stop signs were black and white? Or that a litter of kittens is called a kindle? There's a lot to know and we bet you'll have fun learning these fun, far-out facts in the next super series from National Geographic Kids.
The ultimate head-to-toe guide to the human body for kids. Incredible computer-generated images reveal the amazing inside story of what goes on under our skin.All-new 3D illustrations offer a unique, strikingly realistic close-up of this fascinating, complex machine - what it looks like and how it works. Every image is...
By Susie Taylor
This beautiful art book for children charts the evolution of the greatest cultural achievements in painting, sculpture and photography. Art: A Children's Encyclopedia traces the development of painting, from prehistoric cave drawings to the Mona Lisa to contemporary street art. Get to grips with world-famous sculptures, including the Terracotta Army...
Bring the amazing world of wildlife right into your home. Packed with animal facts for kids and more than 40 colourful maps that detail the countries they where live.Each colourful map is bursting with information, combining illustrations of animals with photographs showing key habitats and locations for each country. The...
Take a tour of one of the most complex, diverse and downright unusual places on the entire planet - the human body! Find out all about what makes YOU tick, from the wonders of the human brain to the tingling in your ticklish toes. From crazy bodily functions to bizarre...
This amazing volume is the perfect guide to dinosaurs for children. It is packed with colourful illustrations, step-by-step sequences and the latest photography. From feathered dinosaurs to marine reptile giants, the latest dinosaur discoveries from around the world are sure to keep children engaged.