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Publisher: Miles Kelly Publishing Ltd

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First Atlas is the perfect introduction to world geography for your 5+ year old. Clearly labelled map on every spread, highlighting key towns, cities and geographical features Fact and activity panels throughout encourage your child to cement what they have learnt Includes a 700 x 900 mm world map poster Young readers will explore and discover the world using the appealing, contemporary artwork. Each page covers a particular region of the world and contains a clearly labelled, colourful map. Engaging text, fun facts and plenty of features to spot help children’s confidence to grow in using an atlas.

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The Ultimate Guide Body will help children aged 8+ learn everything they need to know about the human body. Revealing what really goes on beneath your skin, this fully illustrated book is split into key sections, and text is presented as easy-to-read bullet points. Every section includes a transparent acetate sheet feature, which allows you to peel back the layers to uncover the inner workings of body systems. In addition, there are two highly detailed, colour posters giving front and back views of the body.

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Super-cool facts sit alongside hands-on activities in this exciting series. Readers can learn how to create a mini water cycle, track a thunderstom and make fog in a jar with step-by-step illustrations and instructions. Flaps to lift and a spectacular fold-out feature spread allow children to delve deeper into the subject.

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