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From Giotto to David Hockney, this invaluable A-Z reference guide introduces some of the most celebrated artists in history.100 Great Artists showcases the masterworks of one hundred painters who represent eight centuries of artistic tradition, ranging from the 13th century to the 21st. Featuring spectacular full-colour images and biographic tim...
From the metaphysics of Plato to the nihilism of Nietzsche, this engaging and accessible book invites readers to contemplate the ideas of 100 key philosophers within the Western intellectual tradition. Covering philosophical, scientific, political and religious thought over a period of 2500 years, 100 Great Philosophers Who Changed the World ser...
100 Most Infamous Criminals is an astounding compendium of crimes and their perpetrators. The range of crimes is extraordinary, from the bizarre to the horrific, and from the heartbreaking to the ridiculous.
The book includes some of history's most infamous criminals and tells in vivid detail the story of the lives they led, the crimes they co...
Arguably the twentieth century's most famous novel, 1984 is a dystopian study of political tyranny, mind control, paranoia and secret mass surveillance.
Following Winston Smith, a diligent desk clerk at the Ministry of Truth, it paints a disturbing portraits of a totalitarian regime when even the thoughts of residents are censured.
This wonderful collection of 20 hardback books brings together forbidden love, guilt and greed into adapted and illustrated stories from Shakespeare's plays. These adapted and illustrated editions are a great way to introduce children and students to the famous plays before approaching the original texts.Each book includes a QR code for the FREE...
While visiting London Fox, Donkey and Panda find an envelope with To the Queen of England on the front, but with no address. Thinking it must be important the three friends set out on a journey across London to deliver the envelope to the Queen.
Travel along with them as they visit Londons top 10 attractions, including the Tower of London an...
This is the first book of its kind to present sustainable eating with a failsafe 30-way recipe plan for readers to follow and cook from. Based on the simple principle that local ingredients equal the lowest possible carbon footprint, Ollie Hunter endeavours to eat sustainable, desirable and delicious food.
Organised into four main chapters:
Walking sticks have had a bad press. For too long the walking stick has been portrayed as a workaday item of codgerism, a simple support for the aged and infirm.This is not the case. Possession of a walking stick opens up a whole gamut of opportunities beyond the simple 'leaning against' purpose. In 49 Uses for A Walking Stick Frank Hopkinson ex...
Poster child for the BBC in flannel shirt and khaki shorts, his trademark mop of hair a youthful blonde, David Attenborough first strode onto our screens like a forgotten dream of empire. Alone among television presenters this century, the famous naturalist seems to belong to an era predating the entertainment landscape he helped to create - a c...
First published on December 19, 1843 and written at a time of decline in festive tradition, A Christmas Carol became an instant classic. It reinforced expectations for Christmas Day as a time of peace and goodwill to all amen and it even put turkey on the menu as the staple meal for many in the Western world.
This special facsimile of the orig...
Get ready to giggle with this amazing collection of Dr. Seuss's funniest tales.
‘There's a Wocket In My Pocket!'
‘One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish'
‘The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins'
‘Marvin K. Mooney, Will You Please Go Now!'
‘Horton Hatches The Egg'
‘Oh, The Thinks You Can Think!'
From one of the world's leading historians comes an ambitious and sweeping history of the world in the 20th century. Ranging from the world wars to the traumas of decolonization and the technological triumphs of the space race, A History of the 20th Century documents the events, the characters, the ideologies, the cultural transformations and th...
A History of War explains the dark but compelling story of warfare, from its emergence in prehistoric tribal disputes, through great imperial and global wars, to present-day counter-insurgency and 'hybrid' conflicts. Two factors sit at the heart of this story: technology - including weapons, vehicle systems and vehicles and tactics. A History of...
This beautiful jacketed hardback presents Daniel Defoe's classic A Journal of the Plague Year, a vivid and arresting account of the impact of London's Great Plague of 1665. A Journal of the Plague Year, first published in 1722, is an account of the impact of London's Great Plague of 1665.Daniel Defoe himself was only five years old at the time o...
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens is a historical fiction story set during the French Revolution. spanning two citIes Paris and London and set in the 18th century the story follows Lucie Manette who after rescuing her father from prison in Paris brings him back home to London. she is wooed by two similar looking men Charles Darnay who she ...
Young readers can step into the world of fantastical lands and endless adventure with this beautiful collection of fairy tales. Each page is brought to life by vibrant illustrations featuring unforgettable characters, from wicked wolves to mighty magicians.
Puss in Boots
The Princess and the Pea
Little Red Riding Hood...
Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll is an imaginative story about Alice who sees a rabbit wearing clothes and talking which compels her to follow him down the rabbit hole. Here she has the most whimsical and oddest adventures a little girl has ever had where she meets the most delightful and unusual characters like the Knave of Hearts The Mad H...
Follow curious Alice as she ventures down a rabbit hole and into the magical world of Wonderland, filled with unforgettable characters such as the March Hare, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts.
This enchanting tale has been retold and adapted with new illustrations for ages 6 and up.
A grasshopper mouth opens east-west but not south. They're like scissors for chopping up leaves. "Don't try to hide from a kiss on its side," says grandpa grasshopper to nymphs. How would a grasshopper kiss? Whichever it is, this much is true. When we say goodnight, I love all kinds of kisses from you! We humans smooch with our lips. But how do ...
To be human is to wonder.
The impulse to ask questions is hardwired into our DNA, and for three hundred millennia people have been searching for answers.
In An Illustrated History of Science, Mary Cruse takes readers on a fascinating journey through the evolution of this discipline in its many strands. Throughout the centuries, our conception...
Travel back in time and meet the Egyptians. How do you make a mummy? Who built the Great Pyramid? Find answers to these questions and more with interactive flaps that brings history to life. Don't just read about the Egyptians … meet them!
Discover the planet's amazing animals with specially commissioned LEGO® models and maps. Which animal gobbles up 4,000 clams in one meal? Where can you find a snail as big as a baseball?
The LEGO Ideas: Animal Atlas has answers to these questions and a whole lot more. The book is packed with fascinating facts, images, and building id...
It tells the story of the animals of Manor Farm, as they rise up against the drunken farmer Mr Jones and the ensuing leadership battle between two pigs, Snowball and Napoleon. They set in motion their 'system of thought', Animalism, a clear play on Communism, with seven tenets including, 'All animals are equal but some animals are more equal tha...
Come face to face with the amazing variety of creatures that make up the animal kingdom. Discover the strangest facts, read incredible information, and get up-close to animals in every habitat on Earth, from scorching deserts and tropical rainforests to vast grasslands and frozen tundra. Internet links on every page guide you to fascinating info...
Awesome Experiments for Curious Kids is packed with more than fifty exciting experiments that kids can perform at home. Kids will love this book because it's entertaining and hands-on, and parents will love it because it's educational.
Each experiment is followed by a brief and easy-to-understand explanation of the science principles involved. T...
Foreword by Michael J. FoxPreface by Christopher LloydGreat Scott! Go Back to the Future with Doc Brown and Marty McFly and celebrate the film’s 35th anniversary with this visually stunning look at the creation of one of the most beloved movie trilogies of all time.Few films have made an impact on popular culture like the Back to the Future tril...
A long, long drive. It's been a year of dreaming, waiting. Now, summer's here.
In a funny and heartfelt celebration of family, holidays and the joy of the sea, Deanna Caswell and Amy June Bates capture the essence of summer—building sand castles, jumping the waves and watching the stars come out after a long day at the beach—and the love that w...
Beautifully illustrated stories which engage children and start their love of reading. These amazingly constructed stories use the worldly featured as a tool to help with your children reading at an early age.
Titles in this collection
Under The Sea
Earthquakes & Tsunamis
Rubbish & Recycling