How are you feeling today? This lively and engaging exploration of emotions helps young children learn to answer this important question. Topics covered include learning to describe feelings, how your feelings can change, and being kind to yourself. There are helpful notes for grown-ups at the back too and links to websites for more advice.
Why do we need friends? And what makes a good friend? This charmingly illustrated book explores the benefits of having friends, looking at different types of friendships, and what happens when friends fall out and make up. Includes helpful notes for grown-ups on talking to children about friendships, dealing with conflicts and imaginary friends.
Discover all the foul facts behind the story of Britain and Ireland's seafaring heritage in this brand new Horrible Histories book. In Horrible Histories: All at Sea. Full of the dreadful truth behind the story of Britain and Ireland's seafaring heritage, this is a seriously horrible historical read with all the gore and more.
A fun, friendly introduction to maths, covering all the topics taught in school. Join a cast of entertaining bugs as they explore maths through everyday examples, from handling numbers and times tables to weighing ingredients and telling the time. Fun puzzles allow readers to practise what they've learned.
This beautifully illustrated book is a perfect introduction for young children. Budding scientists can explore the world around them, from plants and animals to magnets and mirrors - and try some hands-on experiments along the way. With Quicklinks to specially selected websites with videos and quizzes.
Get ready to meet some fascinating animals and find out all about their incredible homes in this beautiful and informative non-fiction picture book written by wildlife expert and BBC presenter Chris Packham.