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Meet the Body Builders! Ian Struction and his team of Body Builders are here to show you how to build the most amazing machine ever, the human body! Roll out the blueprints and grab an Allen key, this step-by-step guide will show you what you need, how it all fits together, and how to keep your body running smoothly. Includes: Diagrams, Assembly Instructions, Diet & Exercise Tips, Activities

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First Coding introduces children to the basic principles of programming and computing, from being safe on the internet to their first steps in computer logic. This series uses easy-to-read text and colourful images, as well as real examples of code.

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The internet connects us with people from all around the world. People use the internet every day to buy things, play games, talk with their friends, and find things out about the world around them. It is very useful, but it can also be dangerous. From shopping and gaming to information and social media, ‘Internet Issues’ teaches you all about how to stay safe on the internet

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The internet connects us with people from all around the world. People use the internet every day to buy things, play games, talk with their friends, and find things out about the world around them. It is very useful, but it can also be dangerous. From shopping and gaming to information and social media, ‘Internet Issues’ teaches you all about how to stay safe on the internet

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This series shines an informative and encouraging light on the difficult realities faced in today’s world and illuminates healthy ways for children to process and understand them. Children are using the internet more and more both at home and in school. This title explores issues surrounding online safety and examines what children can do if this occurs. It also discusses practical ways children can stay safe online.

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Where on Earth is the UK? Where are koalas from, and who lives on Antarctica? From landscapes to animals, cities to people and languages to food, this series will let readers take a trip to each continent. It’s time to travel around the Earth.

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Where on Earth is the UK? Where are koalas from, and who lives on Antarctica? From landscapes to animals, cities to people and languages to food, this series will let readers take a trip to each continent. It’s time to travel around the Earth.

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Delve deep into the dark forests of the scalp and stomp through the toxic swamps of the gut as you explore every part of this amazing habitat we call the human body. Meet the family of lice living in your hair and the fungal infection in between your toes as our daring documentary team discover everything there is to know about life on us.

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Come and celebrate some of the world’s biggest festivals with us! We will take you on a step-by-step journey through each celebration, teaching you all about the stories and traditions we follow, as well as all the tasty food we eat. So, come and celebrate with us!

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The Indus Valley is one of ancient history’s most mysterious and little-known civilisations. This title explores what is known about this area of India and Pakistan discovering how they built grid systems invented modern plumbing and traded with their neighbours in this fascinating title.|The Indus Valley is one of ancient history’s most mysterious and little-known civilisations. This title explores what is known about this area of India and Pakistan discovering how they built grid systems invented modern plumbing and traded with their neighbours in this fascinating title.

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