Children's Non-Fiction
14 product(s) found for "Children's"
The Crumble Lady
The Crumble Lady is a SUBURBAN SUPERHERO! When she's not busy solving crimes, she's making cat food crumble, writing songs, and even getting her chums to save her town from a SHERBET EXPLOSION! There's NEVER a dull moment with the Crumble Lady! Tuck into a delicious portion of stories, funny characters...
The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: A..
Lucy Wilson doesn't want to move from London to sleepy south Wales. But when she arrives at her new seaside home, it doesn't appear to be as boring as she expected. Ogmore-by-Sea seems to be under the control of a mysterious and powerful force. But why is Lucy its target? And why, when students at her...
The Norris Girls
The latest novel from author of the Buddy series, Nigel Hinton. The Norris Girls is a great read and a total page-turner. Jacqueline Wilson A warm, wise and all-round wonderful read about the bond between three very different but equally awesome sisters... I loved this book! Cathy Cassidy Dad is away...
The League of Red Nosed Gent..
In the sleepy town of Oonabligen, deep in the heart of Greenland, something strange is going on The mysterious League of Red Nosed Gentlemen is paying people to sit around doing nothing. Why? Its not even Christmas! Well, its always kind of Christmas in Oonabligen. When its inhabitants arent shovelling...
The Cloud That Couldn't Cry
Even the cutest little clouds can cause chaos! Feeling sad and unable to cry, Roxy's tears begin to build. As the fluffy little cloud grows bigger and heavier, her rumbles get louder. A lovely little story to help children understand emotions and how they can affect us all. The debut children's picture...
Stable Gossip
Meet Nosey, a beautiful chestnut horse training to be a champion. His favourite things are dinner time, talking about himself, and his friends: Rumbo, Charmeur, Leo, Coco and Flo. Together, they're the Stable Gossip gang. Like all good horses, they're always there for each other and their humans. But...
Mark Brake's Space, Time, Ma..
Jam-packed with aliens and time machines, spaceships and cyborgs and the end of time, Space, Time, Machine, Monster tells you how sci-fi helped build the world in which we live. Of the fifty biggest-selling movies of all time, most are sci-fi films. Ten million viewers tune in each week to watch Doctor...
Eileen's War
Eileen le Croissette was just an ordinary teenage girl. Living with her parents, she spent her days roller skating with friends, studying for exams and daydreaming about travelling the world. But on September 3rd 1939 Britain declared war on Germany and everything changed. With Britain standing alone...
Space, Time, Machine, Monste..
STMM: Doctor Who Edition takes you on a journey into the science of Doctor Who. Jam-packed with aliens, time machines, spaceships and lots of monsters, this book explores the secrets of the Universe s favourite Time Lord. And, for an extra bit of fun, we present our own Doctor Who Top 10s on topics such...
Keeping Clear of Paradise St..
In the 1950s there was no Internet, no iPhones, no games consoles, no colour TV. Sounds grim? Actually there was good stuff too. What kind of stuff? Well how about... secret tunnels... flea circuses... Saturday morning cinema... cows in the back garden? Cows in the back garden!? Yep. The past was a strange...