A Ladybird Book

28 books in this series
What to Look For in the Night Sky
What to Look For in the Night Sky
Explore the wonders and magic of the night sky in this spellbinding introduction to astrology. What to Look for in the Night Sky is the perfect gift and guide for children who are curious about planets, stars, constellations and signs of the zodiac. Wrap up warm, and see what you can discover in the night sky above you!
What to Look For by the Shore
What to Look For by the Shore
Ever wondered which fossils you may find in the sand at the beach or why they have flags at the beach?

This book takes a closer look at sights you can see along and under the shores such as lighthouses, sandcastles, sea sports and the creatures found in rock pools.
A Ladybird Book: Windrush
A Ladybird Book: Windrush
Windrush uses the arrival of a significant naval ship to explore the history of post-war migration in Britain. It explores the treatment of Black people and the struggles they faced and continue to face as well as celebrating the legacy of the Windrush generation in modern Britain.
A Ladybird Book: Mountains
A Ladybird Book: Mountains
From Annapurna to Zugspitze and almost everything in between, readers can learn all about mountains and mountain ranges in this informative guide for inquisitive kids. How do mountains form? What sort of animals call mountains their home? Why are some summits underwater? Do precipitous peaks exist on other planets?
A Ladybird Book: Planet Earth
A Ladybird Book: Planet Earth
From its colossal continents to its vast oceans, and its rocky layers to its atmosphere, readers can learn all about Planet Earth in this informative guide for inquisitive kids. What makes Earth unique? How did it get here? Which animals call our planet home? And what will become of our planet in the future?
A Ladybird Book: Rainforests
A Ladybird Book: Rainforests
A rainforest is a natural environment covered in tall trees that receives an incredibly high volume of rainfall. These lush forests are home to over half of all the species of animal and plants in the world!

Rainforests takes readers on a journey through some of the world's most incredible rainforests to discover the animals, plants and people who call those rainforests home. Along the way readers will learn about how rainforests can help combat climate change and how we can all work together to protect rainforests for future generations.
A Ladybird Book: Rivers
A Ladybird Book: Rivers
Rivers looks at how these amazing waterways develop, change and shape the landscape around us. It celebrates these changing and adapting habitats for plants and animals and explores how important rivers are to human life.
A Ladybird Book: Volcanoes
A Ladybird Book: Volcanoes
From Krakatoa to Vesuvius and Pompeii to Olympus Mons, readers can learn all about volatile volcanoes in this informative guide for inquisitive kids. How do volcanoes form? Why are some underwater? What's the difference between lava and magma? Do volcanoes exist on other planets and moons?
A Ladybird Book: Climate Change
A Ladybird Book: Climate Change
Climate Change looks at the causes and effects of climate change on human life, nature and the Earth's geography. It celebrates the youth climate change movement and highlights the small changes everyone can do, today, to help slow and halt the progression of climate change.
A Ladybird Book: British Kings and Queens
A Ladybird Book: British Kings and Queens
Kings and Queens takes a look at the British monarchy, explaining what a monarchy is, how it works and who gets to sit on the throne. It also looks at fifteen influential monarchs whose actions have helped to shape the power and position of the king or queen of the country today.
A Ladybird Book: The Ancient Egyptians
A Ladybird Book: The Ancient Egyptians
The Ancient Egyptians is a simple, accessible introduction to this amazing ancient civilisation. This book is packed full of amazing facts to transport children back in time, where they'll journey down the River Nile, explore towering temples, and discover how the pyramids were built. Along the way, they'll find out about gods and goddesses, pharaohs, hieroglyphs, and much, much more.
A Ladybird Book: The Romans
A Ladybird Book: The Romans
The Roman civilisation began in 753 BC. As it grew over the course of 1,000 years, it formed an empire that forever left its mark on history. From the roads we travel on to the languages we speak, we still owe many parts of our everyday lives to the Romans.

The Romans is a simple and accessible introduction to the history and legacies of this remarkable civilisation. This book is packed full of amazing facts to transport children back in time, where they'll explore the founding of Rome and the dramatic rise and fall of the Roman Empire, as well as what daily Roman life looked like, from its thrilling sports and entertainment, to its infamous baths and banquets.
A Ladybird Book: The Stone Age
A Ladybird Book: The Stone Age
The Stone Age is a simple, accessible introduction to this mammoth part of history. This book is packed full of amazing facts to transport children back in time, where they'll find out how early people lived and survived, from making fire and taming wolves, to creating art and crafting stone tools.
What to Look For in Every Season
What to Look For in Every Season
Uncover the secrets of the seasons in this complete collection of What to Look For titles. These wonderful non-fiction books will help children to engage with the changing seasons and allow them to explore the beauty of the natural world, one season at a time.
A Ladybird Book: Electricity
A Ladybird Book: Electricity
Explore how electric currents appear in nature, from static to lightning bolts, and how these natural marvels inspired scientists to conduct experiments. In this book, you can see how we create electricity and the many ways it is used every day.
A Ladybird Book: The Human Body
A Ladybird Book: The Human Body
Every human being is different and yet we are made from the same building blocks. In this book you can explore the human body - from the tiny cells to the intricate organ systems - and learn how it all works together to help us live, breathe, move and feel.

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