With flaps to lift on every page, this delightful and funny book answers the questions that all young children ask about poo! From what is poo, to how much poo can an elephant do? This new series from Usborne presents infomation for the very youngest children in a fun, interactive way, using children's questions as a starting point for some interesting and entertaining discussions. 'What are germs?' and 'What are stars?' will follow.
Follow boy and girl twins as they learn what potties are for, struggle to make their potties work, wet their pants along the way then finally triumph. Not only do they learn how to wee and poo on the potty, they also progress to the big loo! Both an entertaining flap book and a practical guide, this book is invaluable for toddlers and parents. Part of the bestselling award-winning series. Other titles include What is poo?, What are germs?, What are stars? and What is sleep? Large sturdy flaps are perfect for little fingers. With simple but informative text and charming illustrations on every page.
Explore the magic and mystery of the moon, from why it changes shape and what makes it shine to how astronauts managed to land on it and what they found there. 50 years after the first Moon Landing, this delightful book makes a perfect introduction to the topic for a new generation.
Why do I have to go to sleep? What happens when you sleep? Where do animals sleep? What are dreams? These curious questions are explored through delightful illustrations, intriguing flaps and simple words. This friendly and approachable book takes a closer look at what is sleep and why we need it. The latest addition to the popular Very First Q&A series, following on from What is Poo?, What are Germs? and What are Stars? Charming illustrations by Marta Alvarez-Miguens and large flaps for inquisitive little fingers make it all the more apt and appealing to young children.
Very First Questions and Answers is a new series to sit below First Questions and Answers, aimed at pre-school children and with more of a picture book approach. What are Germs? is the second title in the series, which follows on from What is Poo which sold over 100,000 copies worldwide since publication in November 2016. A very simple illustrated explanation of germs and hygiene.
This delightful flap book explores the magic of snow, from a fresh flurry in the garden to the icy north and south poles. Unfurl a giant snowflake, reveal footprints in the snow, discover what else you can do with snow and follow a simple water cycle to see where snow goes when it melts. Charming illustrations by Marta Alvarez Miguens combine with simple but informative text by Katie Daynes. Sturdy flaps make it perfect for little fingers.
Publisher: Lift the Flap First Questions and Answers
Raincoats on - it's time to explore what clouds really are, how to visit one, and how storms and rainbows are made. Discover what clouds are made of, why storm clouds flash and boom, how tornadoes happen and what makes a rainbow. With lots of flaps to lift, this delightful book encourages children to explore clouds for themselves, spotting shapes in the sky, looking at the simple science behind them and learning a few cloud myths along the way.
A beautiful and gentle look at the circle of life, using Christine Pym's gorgeous animals characters to explore the emotions and facts around death, with questions such as Is it ok to talk about dying? What happens when someone dies? Can I shout and cry and hide away? and How can I stop feeling sad? The latest in the wonderful First Questions and Answers series, this title covers an extremely tricky topic in a friendly and approachable way. Uses animal characters in the same way as First Q&A: What are feelings? Fills a very important gap in the market, helping parents and carers to find the words to explain death and dying to young children.
Publisher: Lift the Flap First Questions and Answers
"Why Do Tigers Have Stripes" takes a playful, informative look at why animals (and a few plants) are the way they are and do what they do, zoned into 5 topics - camouflage, food storage, protection, movement, construction - plus a general spread. Quirky scenes, simple text and friendly flaps answer lots of pressing questions.
Why does the sun shine? takes a playful, informative look at the importance of the sun to life on Earth. Quirky scenes, simple text and friendly flaps answer charming questions such as 'How does the sun help us?', 'Why are some places hotter than others?' and 'Where does the sun go at night?' Christine Pym's delightful illustrations bring the pages to life. Science made fun and accessible. Lifting the flaps to find the answers to the questions is perfect for inquisitive young children.
A busy, interactive reference book introducing children to the fascinating world of bees. Discover why we need bees, where they live, how honey is made and more. Perfect for curious minds, this friendly lift-the-flap book introduces this amazing topic in a simple and accessible manner. Illustrations:Full colour throughout
A gorgeous flap book exploring the world of animal communication, from noises and gestures to patterns and smells. Discover why antelopes show their bottoms, why skunks are so smelly and what words monkeys use. With charming and characterful Christine Pym illustrations. Fascinating facts are explained simply. Flaps on each page encourage young children to explore for themselves.
Publisher: Lift-the-Flap First Questions and Answers
The latest addition to Christine Pym's feelings titles in the this popular First Questions & Answers series, using the wonderful world of bugs to explore the importance of kindness. This beautiful book explores how to be kind and why kindness is so important. It's not just about being kind to others, it's about being kind to ourselves, kind to nature and kind to our planet too. Delightful examples from Christine Pym's bug world give plenty to talk about and be inspired by.
A delightful way for young children to discover where babies come from - from baby humans to kittens, caterpillars and kangaroos. Young children can lift the flaps to find out how babies are made, when they are born, what new babies need and how they grow. A charming, age-appropriate introduction to the facts of life to share with young children.
This stylish, highly illustrated, interactive book is perfect for sharing with little children, and introduces the science of the senses using a friendly lift-the-flap format. Text is kept to a minimum. A wonderful introduction to some of the fundamentals of human biology, perfect for curious young minds.