Take a sneak peek inside homes from all around the world with this charming lift-the-flap book, written by Kate Baker and beautifully illustrated by Rebecca Green. From cozy wooden houses in snow-blanketed Greenland to traditional Maasai mud huts in East Africa, young children will discover different ways of living across the globe and get a unique glimpse into diverse cultures and communities.
Suitable for children aged three and upwards, the colorful artwork is filled with fun details, helping to bring these miniature worlds to life. With flaps on every page allowing kids the chance to open doors, peep through windows and uncover what makes each distinct culture tick, this book encourages kids to be curious about our diverse world.
Whether it's Mongolian yurts in the rolling plains of the Gobi Desert or raised jungle homes in the wilds of the Amazon Rainforest, A Place Called Home will take you on a journey all around the world to see how other people live.
This beautifully illustrated board book edition of instant bestseller Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History showcases women who changed the world and is the perfect goodnight book to inspire big dreams.
Featuring 18 trailblazing black women in American history, Dream Big, Little One is the irresistible board book adaptation of Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History.
Among these women, you’ll find heroes, role models, and everyday women who did extraordinary things – bold women whose actions and beliefs contributed to making the world better for generations of girls and women to come. Whether they were putting pen to paper, soaring through the air or speaking up for the rights of others, the women profiled in these pages were all taking a stand against a world that didn’t always accept them.
The leaders in this book may be little, but they all did something big and amazing, inspiring generations to come.
An essential introduction to trees and the vital role they play. This comprehensive and beautifully illustrated book covers everything you wanted to know about trees! Young readers will learn about the parts of trees, the difference between deciduous and evergreen trees, leaf types, the processes of photosynthesis and respiration, a year in the life of a tree and more! A two-page-spread map shows kids the trees that live in their parts of the country. There’s even a fun questionnaire to help kids identify trees in their neighborhoods. One message is clear throughout: the world depends on trees! With so much to explore, this book is sure to inspire the “budding” tree-watcher in every kid!
A fascinating introduction to the bugs all around us. There are twice as many insects in the world as all other animals combined. They’re everywhere … if we know where to look! This beautifully illustrated book introduces young readers to ants, honeybees, dragonflies and more! It covers their basic body parts, life cycles and habitats. It explains which bugs can be found in each of the four seasons, and where. And it includes a beginner’s bug-watching guide with a series of questions to help kids identify insects in their communities. New and longtime insect-watchers will be buzzing for this one!
Embrace what makes you unique and encourage compassionate friendships with Porcupine and Armadillo in this delightful picture book that makes a great gift for Valentine’s Day or for any day when a hug (or kiss) is needed.
Poor Porcupine just cannot be hugged-his quills are too spikey! Each night, before settling down to sleep, all of Porcupine’s forest friends hug each other goodnight. All except Porcupine, who feels left out-and grumpy! But when Armadillo shows him what a warm, fuzzy “kiss” is (even for a porcupine!), Porcupine is delighted and cannot wait to show his friends.
With adorable art, Zoe Waring’s story of making the most out of your physical limitations is sure to win hearts. No Hugs for Porcupine is filled with love and friendship, and is the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day, or any day that requires a hug and a kiss.
This board book edition of Little Dreamers: Visionary Women Around the Worldby New York Times bestselling author Vashti Harrison is a beautiful first book to teach your little dreamers to follow all their biggest ideas.
Featuring eighteen women creators, ranging from writers to inventors, artists to scientists, this board book adaptation of Little Dreamers: Visionary Women Around the World introduces trailblazing women like Mary Blair, an American modernist painter who had a major influence on how color was used in early animated films, environmental activist Wangari Maathai, and architect Zaha Hadid.
The irresistible full-color illustrations show the Dreamers as both accessible and aspirational so reader knows they, too, can grow up to do something amazing.
This interactive and colorful atlas takes young readers on a hands-on journey all around the world. Each page turned brings a new continent to life with a total of more than 100 flaps to lift, beautifully detailed illustrations, and fun facts about different cultures, species of wildlife and places to visit along the way.
Written by Kate Baker and accompanied by wonderful artwork from Liz Kay, learning about the world has never been so fun or easy. Starting your globetrotting adventure in the frozen Arctic tundra of North America, you’ll discover where the world’s longest skating rink is located, where you can swim with pigs and what exactly ‘dog mushing’ is. You’ll then travel on to South America to meet Amazonian Indian tribes, anacondas, toucans and more.
Crossing the Atlantic Ocean to Europe, you’ll explore Dracula’s spooky castle, the world’s biggest snow fort and the story behind Norway’s trolls before peeping inside the treasure-filled tomb of Tutankhamun and meeting some of the animal kingdom’s world record breakers in Africa. Next, you’ll visit the mesmerizing Taj Mahal, see where cuddly giant pandas hang out and scare yourself silly with the legend of the ‘Kappa’ river monster in Asia, then head down under to Oceania for vast coral reefs, Polynesian gods and famous explorers. You'll finish your intrepid journey with a trip to the planet's coldest continent, Antarctica, for tales of South Pole adventurers, wild weather and more.
Little Dreamers: Visionary Women Around the World by Vashti Harrison
From the New York Times bestselling author of Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History comes the highly anticipated follow-up, a beautifully illustrated collectible detailing the lives of women creators around the world.
Featuring the true stories of 40 women creators, ranging from writers to inventors, artists to scientists, Little Dreamers: Visionary Women Around the World inspires as it educates. Readers will meet trailblazing women like Mary Blair, an American modernist painter who had a major influence on how color was used in early animated films, actor/inventor Hedy Lamar, environmental activist Wangari Maathai, architect Zaha Hadid, filmmaker Agnes Varda, and physicist Chien-Shiung Wu. Some names are known, some are not, but all of the women had a lasting effect on the fields they worked in.
The charming, information-filled full-color spreads show the Leaders as both accessible and aspirational so reader knows they, too, can grow up to do something amazing.
The vacation begins at the airport, and in this fun introduction to air travel for very young children, find out all about what happens before and after you take to the skies. From packing your suitcase to passport control, and fueling the plane to take-off, this colorful illustrated book provides an engaging first insight into airports and planes.
From checking in your bags to walking through the body scanner at security, this book delves into all the goings on at airports, as well as preparing the plane, what happens during the flight and landing safely. Readers will take a closer look inside the airplanes themselves, including a peek inside the cockpit!
As part of a series which also includes Cities and Trains, this is an exciting and inspiring introduction to the world of airports and air travel for very young children.
Look around you—plastic is everywhere! It’s in your shoes, pens, toothbrush, car, toys, TV, water bottles, food packaging... It’s almost impossible to get through one day without using it. And it’s creating major problems for our world, our oceans, our animals and marine life, and ourselves.
In The Plastic Problem, from the team that brought you 101 Small Ways to Save the World, you’ll learn how to become a ‘plastic patroller’ instead of a plastic polluter by learning about the easy ways you can cut plastic out of your life. The simple actions found in this practical guide will help you protect our world and inspire your friends and family to do the same. Tips include:
Pack a zero waste travel kit to help your family reduce its rubbish on trips
Take better care of your clothes, swap items with friends, and get excited about hand-me-downs
Switch your toothpaste for natural tooth powders and choose an electric, non-throwaway toothbrush
Take your lunch to school in a reusable container and bring reusable cutlery
Reduce the amount of things you buy, reuse what you have, and recycle what you no longer need
Take reusable bags to the supermarket or with you when you go shopping
Think twice about single-use bottled water and fruit juices
As a future guardian of the planet, you can say no to plastic. Your actions, however small, can make a big difference every day.
Are you up to the challenge?
Writers: Lonely Planet Kids, Aubre Andrus
112 pages, 112pp color | Dimensions: 172mm × 215mm
In this fun and light-hearted introduction to cities, find out about the different styles of homes, types of transport, places to visit, emergency services, and much more. From skyscrapers to museums, and rooftop gardens to houseboats, discover what makes cities tick around the clock with this engaging book.
With bright, bold and colorful illustrations by James Gulliver Hancock and easy-to-read text throughout, toddlers and very young children will gain an invaluable insight to how urban areas work. Covering a range of topics from housing to sporting events and everything in between, this is perfect for curious young minds to learn more about the world.
As part of a series which also includes 'Airports' and 'Trains', this is the perfect introduction to cities for infants and very young children.
by Ibtihaj Muhammad Illustrated by Hatem Aly With S. K. Ali
THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!
A powerful, vibrantly illustrated story about the first day of school–and two sisters on one’s first day of hijab–by Olympic medalist and social justice activist Ibtihaj Muhammad.
With her new backpack and light-up shoes, Faizah knows the first day of school is going to be special. It’s the start of a brand new year and, best of all, it’s her older sister Asiya’s first day of hijab–a hijab of beautiful blue fabric, like the ocean waving to the sky. But not everyone sees hijab as beautiful, and in the face of hurtful, confusing words, Faizah will find new ways to be strong.
Paired with Hatem Aly’s beautiful, whimsical art, Olympic medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad and Morris Award finalist S.K. Ali bring readers an uplifting, universal story of new experiences, the unbreakable bond between siblings, and of being proud of who you are.
How Cities Work Activity Book by Lonely Planet Kids
Suitable for children ages 6-8.
Get ready to explore cities inside and out in this jam-packed activity and sticker book! Design your own futuristic building, untangle the cyclists, spot the missing wrenches at the construction site, use stickers to fill the zoo with animals, and much more. With over 200 stickers, colorful illustrations by renowned illustrator James Gulliver Hancock and amazing facts about cities around the world, this new activity book, based on the artwork from the bestselling How Cities Work, is a fun new release for kids.
With so much going on in a city environment, there’s plenty of scope here to discover, explore and get creative. Packed with amazing facts about the inner workings of the city as well as wonderful illustrations of scenes including rush-hour traffic, high-rise life and even a cat stuck up a tree, kids aged 6-8 will find plenty to keep them occupied and challenged either at home or on the road. They can decorate and design their own cityscape scenes, and with 48 pages of activities and loads of stickers, there’s plenty of fun to be had!
Search and find in a busy cityscape scene
Color in a high-rise skyscraper with marker pens
Spot the difference between two pictures of ‘Fluffy’ the cat stuck up a tree
Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History by Vashti Harrison
Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History is the debut book from Vashti Harrison. Based on her popular Instagram posts from Black History Month 2017 it features 40 biographies of African American women that helped shape history. It is a 96-page paper over board book published by Little Brown Books for Young Readers.
Little Legends: Exceptional Men in Black History by Vashti Harrison
New York Times bestselling author-illustrator Vashti Harrison shines a bold, joyous light on black men through history.
An important book for readers of all ages, this beautifully illustrated and engagingly written volume brings to life true stories of black men in history.
Among these biographies, readers will find aviators and artists, politicians and pop stars, athletes and activists. The exceptional men featured include artist Aaron Douglas, civil rights leader John Lewis, dancer Alvin Ailey, filmmaker Oscar Micheaux, musician Prince, photographer Gordon Parks, tennis champion Arthur Ashe, and writer James Baldwin.
The legends in this book span centuries and continents, but what they have in common is that each one has blazed a trail for generations to come.