A Ladybird Book

29 books in this series
A Ladybird Book: The Solar System
A Ladybird Book: The Solar System
Journey from the Earth's surface, through the atmosphere and out into space. In this book, you can travel from centre of the universe to discover the stars, planets, moons and comets that call our solar system home.
A Ladybird Book: Trains
A Ladybird Book: Trains
Trains are used across the world to transport goods and passengers. They can ride rails underground, move at high-speeds and travel between countries. In this book, you will discover the wonder of the railway and see how train travel has developed through history - from simple mining wagons to high-speed machines and beyond.
A Ladybird Book: Weather
A Ladybird Book: Weather
Weather moves and changes every day. It is temporary and yet we can study it, create forecasts and prepare for it - whether that's for sunny skies, heavy rain or blustery winds. In this book, you will discover where weather comes from, how clouds are formed and the power of extreme weather events.
A Ladybird Book: Animal Habitats
A Ladybird Book: Animal Habitats
Animals have adapted to live and survive in different environments around the world - from the marshlands of England to the outback of Australia. The natural home of an animal is known as its habitat and in this book you will journey through the extremely different and diverse habitats of our world to discover the animals found there.
A Ladybird Book: Baby Animals
A Ladybird Book: Baby Animals
In the animal kingdom, the first year of life can be the most difficult and the most dangerous. In this book you will look at the different ways animals prepare for babies, how they have their babies and why humans find baby animals so fascinating.
A Ladybird Book: Insects and Minibeasts
A Ladybird Book: Insects and Minibeasts
Insects belong to one of the largest animal groups of the animal kingdom. There are over a million different insect species all over the world and in this book you will meet some of the most unusual as well as some of the most well-known ­- from transforming caterpillars and architect arachnids as well as bodybuilding ants and industrious bees.
A Ladybird Book: Sea Creatures
A Ladybird Book: Sea Creatures
The ocean is the largest habitat on Earth. It covers over seventy per cent of the planet's surface and is home over 200,000 animal species. In this book you will travel from the coastline to the ocean depths, visiting mudflats, tropical coral reefs and icy Arctic waters to discover some of the amazing marine creatures that call our oceans home.
A Ladybird Book: Trees
A Ladybird Book: Trees
Trees are more than just a feature of our natural landscape ­- they are essential to life on earth. In this book you will examine how trees work, explore how seasons can affect certain types of tree and look at a variety of amazing and unique trees from around the world.
What to Look For in Autumn
What to Look For in Autumn
In the UK, autumn is a season of change and preparation. The air temperature starts to drop, trees change colour and the days get shorter. This book takes a closer look at hedgerow picnics, unexpected houseguests and hibernating hedgehogs as the secrets of autumn begin to appear in the world around us.
What to Look For in Spring
What to Look For in Spring
The natural world wakes from the long winter's sleep. Buds, blossoms and butterflies appear, marking the arrival of the season of rebirth. This book takes a closer look at bleating lambs, boxing hares, meteor showers and May Day celebrations as the secrets of the spring begin to appear in the world around us.
What to Look For in Summer
What to Look For in Summer
The increased warmth and long sunny days of summertime in the UK helps crops to grow, insects to thrive and animals to hunt. This book takes a closer look at ripening fruits, buzzing bees, summer storms and the solstice as the secrets of summer begin to appear in the world around us.
What to Look For in Winter
What to Look For in Winter
Despite the bare branches and long, dark nights, winter in the UK is a season full of life. The clear winter skies are filled with birds and the early morning frost reveals the tracks of nocturnal creatures. This book takes a closer look at hoar frost, woodland fungi, clear starry skies and morning mists as the secrets of winter begin to appear in the world around us.
A Ladybird Book: Birds
A Ladybird Book: Birds
Birds takes a closer look at these wonderful creatures, exploring what makes a bird a bird, how they fly and why they build nests and lay eggs. In this book you will meet the tuneful songbirds, the colourful show-offs and acrobatic birds of prey that are part of one of largest and most fascinating animal groups on the planet!

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