A Ladybird Book Series
You can build your own encyclopedia with A Ladybird Book: the collectable series for curious kids.
The natural home of an animal is known as its habitat and animals have adapted to live and survive in different environments around the world - from the marshlands of England to the outback of Australia.
Animal Habitats takes readers from the depths of the ocean to the heights of the mountain tundra and beyond as they explore the many different environments around the world and the fascinating creatures that call these environments their home.
In the animal kingdom, the first year of life can be the most difficult and the most dangerous. Baby animals grow and change every day and have to learn quickly in order to survive.
Baby Animals shows readers the amazing and unique ways babies are born in the animal kingdom - from eggs and pregnant fathers to magical marsupial pouches. In this book, you'll learn the power of imprinting and discover how babies learn to survive in the wild.
Almost everything we do each day relies on electricity, but what is it and where does it come from?
Electricity explores how electric currents appear in nature, from static to lightning bolts, and how these natural marvels inspired scientists to conduct experiments and find ways to harness power. It looks at how we create electricity and the many ways it is used every day.
Insects and Minibeasts:
Insects belong to one of the largest animal groups of the animal kingdom. There are over a million different insect species all over the world.
Insects and Minibeasts takes a closer look at some of the most amazing minibeasts and intriguing insects living above and below the soil. In this book you will discover transforming caterpillars and architect arachnids as well as bodybuilding ants and industrious bees.
The ocean is the largest habitat on Earth. It covers over seventy per cent of the planet's surface and is home over 200,000 animal species.
Sea Creatures takes readers from the coastline to the ocean depths. In this book, you'll visit mudflats, tropical coral reefs and icy Arctic waters to discover some of the amazing marine creatures that call the ocean home.
The Human Body:
Every human being is different and yet we are made from the same building blocks. Beneath the skin's surface are bones, tissues, muscles and cells that work together to help us live, breathe, move and feel.
The Human Body is an accessible introduction to the human body, from the tiny cells to the intricate organ systems. It looks at how everything works together to help us live, breathe, move and feel.
The Solar System:
Looking up at the sky on a clear night, you might see shining stars, a bright moon and mysterious coloured dots but there many more secrets hiding out in space.
The Solar System takes readers on a journey from the Earth's surface, through the atmosphere and out into space as you travel from centre of the universe to discover the stars, planets, moons and comets that call our solar system home.
Trains are used across the world to transport goods and passengers. They can ride rails underground, move at high-speeds and travel between countries and can be powered by coal, diesel or electricity.
Trains takes readers on a journey through history and across the world as they discover the wonder of the railway. You can see how train travel has developed through history - from simple mining wagons to high-speed machines and beyond.
Weather moves and changes every day. It is temporary and yet we are able to study it, create forecasts and prepare for it - whether that's for sunny skies, heavy rain or blustery winds.
Weather takes readers on a journey up through the clouds and into the atmosphere to discover where weather comes from and we measure it. You will learn how clouds are formed, see the patterns of a snowflake and discover the power of extreme weather events.
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