Category: Lift-the-Flaps | Reading Level: From
A beautiful, photographic book aimed at helping children link words and pictures and improve their vocabulary. Visual surprises and extra words under the sturdy flaps encourage children to lift and learn.
"The World Cup: The Complete History" is one of the few truly encyclopedic guides to the world's premier soccer tournament, from its earliest days to the 2006 World Cup finals. The book is notable for its comprehensiveness, featuring a chapter for every competition; every single result of every match; e ...Show more
Lift the flaps to discover what life was like before people had created houses, supermarkets and civilisation as we know it! Watch people from the Stone Age make huts to sleep in and hunt for their food.
First reference presented in a simple and friendly way. This engaging, interactive flap book will answer lots of the questions that inquiring young minds will want answered - How does lightning happen?, Where does the sun go at night? Where can I see an elephant? With entertaining and informative illust ...Show more
Category: Board & Cloth Books | Reading Level: Children's - Kindergarten, Age 5-6
Spot goes on an exciting Easter hunt in this seasonal lift-the-flap tale by Eric Hill. The classic Spot story re-originated with special cover finishes and rescanned artwork.
Trains hold a fascination for just about everybody and this lift-the-flap history of locomotion tells it all from Stephenson's Rocket to the bullet trains of today. You can lift the flaps to explore all kinds of exciting trains, from a luxury steam train fit for a queen to super-fast trains that run on ...Show more
A fascinating flap book packed with interesting information about Ancient China, from the earliest civilisation to the Ming Dynasty. Find out how and why the terracotta warriors were made, how the Great Wall of China defended the empire, and how traders set off on long journeys along the Silk Road. This ...Show more
Get ready to swing through the treetops, creep along the forest floor and meet some of the most exotic animals on earth. Children can take a virtual tour through the world's jungles in this detailed lift-the-flap non-fiction book.
From traditional steam trains to super-fast bullet trains, this fact-filled information book allows children to look inside locomotives and find out how they work. Young readers can lift-the-flaps to discover fun facts and find out about the history of train travel.
Spot, Mum and Tom can't wait to visit the museum. When Spot goes missing after being distracted by the gift shop, Tom and Mum search high and low, in some unexpected places, before finding him at last. This brand new Spot adventure is full of unexpected lift-the-flap surprises and all the fun and humou ...Show more
A fantastic farmyard story from the bestselling creator of Dear Zoo, with flaps to lift and tabs to pull on every page.Follow the little mouse's journey hurrying home across the farm and discover a host of farmyard animals, from the pig rolling in the mud to the duck looking for something to eat. But wa ...Show more