An interactive board book with over 60 flaps, exploring all kinds of questions that young children ask about the world around them. Lift the flaps to discover the answers to lots of 'what?', 'why?', 'how?', 'when?' and 'who?' questions. Provides friendly, simple answers to challenging questions, with entertaining and informative illustrations.
Children are always asking questions and space is a very fascinating subject. This illustrated book has lots of answers.
Children are always asking questions and their bodies are an endless source of fascination to them. This illustrated book has lots of answers.
This is a board book which provides friendly, charming answers to challenging questions that young children love to ask. The bold, question word headings bring together an eclectic mix of subject areas, making it the perfect book to dip into.
An interactive board book with over 60 flaps, exploring all kinds of questions that young children ask about the world around them. Lift the flaps to discover the answers to lots of 'what?', 'why?', 'how?', 'when?' and 'who?' questions. Provides friendly, simple answers to challenging questions, with entertaining and informative illustrations.
A cool and exciting way to learn about food. This book answers plenty of questions from inquisitive children about their food and where it comes from.
If you know a child who is obsessed with dinosaurs and constantly talking about these amazing prehistoric creatures, this interactive flap book answers lots of their questions.
This stylish, highly illustrated, interactive book is perfect for sharing with little children, and introduces nature and science using a friendly lift-the-flap format. Text is kept to a mimimum. A brilliant introduction to one of the fundamental themes of biology, perfect for curious young minds. Part of a brand new series, parallel in reading age to the Look Inside books. It is becoming increasingly important for children to learn about science from a very young age, and this series introduces one of the cornerstones of biology in a friendly, simple and accessible manner.
This delightful book explores all kinds of questions that young children ask. Lift the flaps to discover who, what, when, where, how, which, and why.
This latest title in the delightful Lift-the-flap Questions and Answers series is packed with questions inquisitive young children love to ask and grown-ups sometimes struggle to answer.
Blast off into space with this fascinating flip book. Find out how the moon was made, why stars shine and how we know so much about planets that are far, far away.
Very First Questions and Answers is a new series to sit below First Questions and Answers, aimed at pre-school children and with more of a picture book approach. What are Germs? is the second title in the series, which follows on from What is Poo which sold over 100,000 copies worldwide since publication in November 2016. A very simple illustrated explanation of germs and hygiene.
With flaps to lift on every page, this delightful and funny book answers the questions that all young children ask about poo! From what is poo, to how much poo can an elephant do? This new series from Usborne presents infomation for the very youngest children in a fun, interactive way, using children's questions as a starting point for some interesting and entertaining discussions. 'What are germs?' and 'What are stars?' will follow.
This delightful book explores all kinds of questions that young children ask. Lift the flaps to discover who, what, when, where, how, which, and why.
Why does the sun shine? takes a playful, informative look at the importance of the sun to life on Earth. Quirky scenes, simple text and friendly flaps answer charming questions such as 'How does the sun help us?', 'Why are some places hotter than others?' and 'Where does the sun go at night?' Christine Pym's delightful illustrations bring the pages to life. Science made fun and accessible. Lifting the flaps to find the answers to the questions is perfect for inquisitive young children.
Why do I have to go to sleep? What happens when you sleep? Where do animals sleep? What are dreams? These curious questions are explored through delightful illustrations, intriguing flaps and simple words. This friendly and approachable book takes a closer look at what is sleep and why we need it. The latest addition to the popular Very First Q&A series, following on from What is Poo?, What are Germs? and What are Stars? Charming illustrations by Marta Alvarez-Miguens and large flaps for inquisitive little fingers make it all the more apt and appealing to young children.
Meet the characters that make up a chess army and learn how to fight your first battle in this friendly introduction to the game. My First Chess Book is written clearly and simply, with entertaining examples, making it the perfect starting point for young children - and a handy refresher guide for parents and grandparents! Entertaining illustrations by The Boy Fitz Hammond bring the explanations to life. With expert advice from Sarah Hegarty, former British women's chess champion and director of the world's biggest chess competition, the UK Schools Chess Challenge. Includes fun games and puzzles.

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