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    Would You Rather: Shake Like a Dog or Climb Like a Cat?

    R115,00
    Explore the world of pets through fun and hilarious scenarios with a Would you Rather? question approach. Discover the revolting eating habits of pets and decide what you'd rather eat, where you'd rather live and what super senses you'd rather have.

    Learn With Me 3 Book Collection

    R199,00
    This Early Learning 3 Book Collection Contains: My First 123 Learning Pack, Leap Ahead: English Home Learning, Learn With Me: ABC.

    Ferocious Dinosaurs

    R39,00

    French

    R49,00

    Poster Reference: Animal

    R39,00

    Wild Animals

    R49,00
    How to survive when things get horrible? Want to know: how to cope with a killer croc? Why you shouldn't turn your back on a tiger? What to do if a shark bumps into you? This title presents wild animal facts, life-saving tips and survival stories.

    Reference 8+: British History

    R99,00
    The Children's British History Encyclopedia is a rich, visual representation of how life in Britain has changed throughout the ages. Discover the answers to questions such as: Why did the Romans decide to leave Britain? How did the King of Spain try to capture Elizabeth I? Who was Oliver Cromwell? What was liufe like for World War I soldiers? ... and many, many more.

    Fact Attack 5 Dastardly Deeds

    R20,00
    DID YOU KNOW... IN DECEMBER 1996 A SUPERMARKET SAUSAGE WENT ON A TRIAL AS AN IMPOSTER. IN RECENT YEARS OVER 300 ROAD SIGNS HAVE BEEN STOLEN IN AND AROUND SELBY IN NORTH YORKSHIRE. THE FAVOURITES ARE GIVE WAY AND BAD BEND. ST NICHOLAS (SANTA CLAUS) IS THE PATRON SAINT THIEVES. IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO USE PLASTIC BAGS IN PARTS OF AGHANISTAN. 62 HOMING PIGEONS WERE STOLEN FROM A HOUSE IN LANCASHIRE; 43 RETURNED HOW WITHIN A FEW DAYS.

    Children's Encyclopedia Earth

    R159,00
    Discover Earths Features and beyond with this highly visual encyclopedia. Includes detailed information about Rainforests and Polar lands.

    Bonnie Prince Charlie and All That

    R29,00
    Features a real-life adventure with historical facts about Britain's royal rebel, Bonnie Prince Charlie. This title helps you know Charlie's ugly side as well as his bonnie side; understand why the Prince and his followers were called Jacobites; and discover the truth about Charlie's romance with island girl Flora MacDonald.

    The Science of Forensic Investigation

    R49,00
    Science at school conjures up images of bleary boffins slumped over bunsen burners. In fact it has many exciting uses in the real world. This accessible, curriculum-linked reference book introduces the reader to the fascinating world of forensic science. Discover how forensic investigation has been used to solve crimes, free the innocent and convict the guilty. Difficult concepts are clearly explained in easy-to-understand language, with eye-catching photographs and clear illustrations. If you thought science was boring, think again. The Science of...series take science into the field and examining how it is used in a variety of exciting professions. Along the way the reader will recognise familiar scientific ideas and experiments, but will begin to see them in an entirely new light!

    BABY ANIMALS

    R39,00
    Everything you need to know about your favourite baby animals - and more than 80 stickers too! Read all about baby animals - from what they eat to where they live and how they grow and develop to survive in their habitat. Then have fun playing with the cute and colourful stickers, which can be used to decorate almost anything and everything.

    First Q&A

    R199,00
    A bag of books filled with questions and answers to brilliant questions that your child might have about animals! Beautifully illustrated and easy to follow! A great set of books for your child's bookshelf.

    The War Game

    R19,00
    Stories of the First World War from the bestselling Terry Deary, author of the hugely successful Horrible Histories. Flanders, 1914. The German and British soldiers in the trenches make an unofficial Christmas truce, with carols and a football match. But the officers aren't happy...A veteran soldier and a young recruit are 'celebrating' Christmas in the trenches of Flanders in 1914. They hear the enemy sing carols and watch them place Christmas Trees in the trenches opposite. They begin to shout greetings across no-man's land and end up playing an international football match. The match is hard-fought but with moments of generosity and sportsmanship on both sides. They see the 'enemy' as vulnerable humans and the officers are furious. Further unofficial truces are banned and the war goes on with bullets instead of footballs. But it's a memory that stays with young Albert long after the war. A moving and fascinating look at a very human moment of the Great War, by the master historical storyteller. Perfect for 7+.

    English

    R79,00