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    Moving People: migration and settlement

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    Part of a series that introduces the important key stage 2 Geographical themes such as saving and recycling resources, the effects of pollution, how we use the land and migration and settlement. This work looks at how research is carried out which reinforces the pupil's own experience of geographical investigation.

    What is Consent? Why is it Important? And Other Big Question

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    A detailed look at the concept of consent, how it works, and why it matters.

    Natural Disasters: Tsunamis

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    An exciting series that uses notable case studies and spectacular images from around the world to explore natural disasters and the impact they have on us.

    Living on an Island

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    Ways into Technology: Building Houses

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    A fun, friendly and accessible introduction to technology.

    Ways into Technology: On Wheels

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    A fun, friendly and accessible introduction to technology.

    Animals in Danger in Europe

    By Louise Spilsbury

    Paperback £7.85

    This book introduces readers to a range of endangered animals found in Europe. Readers learn basic facts about each animal, and also why the animal's habitat is threatened. The book also considers what people can do to help, both at an international level and at the level of the readers...

    Light and Dark

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    This book looks at the differences between light and dark. You can make a dark box to show how we need light to see. - Experiment using ice cubes in boxes to show that dark colours absorb more sunlight than light colours. - Look at how some animals have evolved...

    The Aeroplane

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    This fascinating series offers a comprehensive and cross-curricular look at scientific inventions. Each title explores the principal stages in the development of one life-changing invention, and traces its story from conception and prototypes, to revision

    Earth's Natural Biomes: Grassland

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    Stunning photographs of the natural world show children how flora, fauna and people co-exist in Earth's natural biomes.

    At the Building Site

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    In the Home

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    Series looks at machines and tools in a variety of workplaces, offering explanations of how common and complex technologies work in the real world.

    Sea Otters

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    Here's an animal lover's one-stop source for in-depth information on sea otters! What do they eat? How do they behave? Are they at risk? This book also includes loads of fun and fascinating facts about otters, as well as maps, charts, and wonderful photographs of these adorable creatures.

    Bee Menu

    By Louise Spilsbury

    Paperback £5.99

    Big Picture series brings the world and its wonders to life for young readers. Full of fascinating information from across the globe, from animals and homes to the most interesting jobs in history.

    The Environment

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    Tackling the core curriculum topics, this title helps to develop the skills such as how to ask and respond to geographical questions and recognize patterns.

    Mayas

    By Louise Spilsbury

    Hardback £10.25

    Jump into the past and visit the world of the mysterious Mayans. Get the lowdown of gruesome sacrifice. Discover why the Mayans wore the heads of their enemies. Take a peek inside the world of the spooky Mayan priest, find out why children were cross-eyed and discover the world's first...

    Student's Toolbox: Tips for Better Researching

    By Louise Spilsbury

    Hardback £12.20

    The Student's Toolbox teaches valuable life skills that readers will benefit from both in their school career and future life.

    Science Adventures: Crushed! - Explore forces and use science to survive

    By Louise Spilsbury

    Hardback £12.20

    An innovative science series which uses an action-adventure story to explore different aspects of scientific learning and to show that we really do need science to survive!

    Watching Cobras in Asia

    By Louise Spilsbury

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    Links a wild animal to a particular continent and follows its life over the course of the year, whilst describing how it relates to the natural features of the continent. This series includes cross-curricular links to geography and science. 'Trackers Guide' shows how photographers follow animals. These books are suitable...

    Classifying Fish

    By Louise Spilsbury

    Hardback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    Includes information on key issues such as global warming and endangered species and illustrates the order of classifications using graphics. This book also includes 'Did you know?' panels that highlight important facts.

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