Our desire for reading develops at an early age and the summer days are the perfect time for your young kids to pick up a book and read. Whether it is outside under a tree or curled up in bed next to you, here are a few summer books for children to add to their reading lists that are sure to keep your young readers glued to every word.
An informative and immersive guide to the Stone Age, written by a real-life hunter gatherer! In Live Like a Hunter Gatherer you find out how they lived, what a typical day was like, what medicine they used and even how they had fun.
Welcome to FACTopia!, a wonderland of crazily connected facts. Choose your own path through this hilarious world of 400 facts, all of which are verified by Encyclopaedia Britannica. Every fact in the book is connected to the next in an ingenious trail of information.
Earth-Saving Acts for Eco-Warriors is an empowering guide to living more sustainably with practical advice for fighting climate change. Embracing eco-friendly practices means recycling items that can be repurposed, reusing items that would otherwise go to waste and reducing the number of natural resources consumed.
Great Lives in Graphics: Anne Frank is an infographic biography of one of the most well-known Jewish victims of the Holocaust who became famous following the publication of her war-time diary. In an engaging graphic style, the book explains to children aged 8 to 12 the world in which Anne was born.
Great Lives in Graphics: Shakespeare is an infographic biography of the most we;l-known playwright of all time. In an engaging graphic style, this book explains the world into which William Shakespeare was born and how his plays have continues to be taught and performed across the world for over 400 years.
Great Lives in Graphics: Albert Einstein is an infographic biography of the most well-known scientist of all time. In an engaging graphic style, this book explains to children aged 8 to 12 the world into which Einstein was born and how his theories and discoveries went on to change the course of world history forever.
Great Lives in Graphics: Nikola Tesla is a graphic retelling of Tesla’s story which gives children a colourful snapshot of his life and the world in which he grew up, whilst educating them on everything from alternating current to the power of the imagination
Great Lives in Graphics Mozart is a brand new infographic biography of one of the greatest composers of all time in an engaging graphic style. A child prodigy with perfect pitch Wolfgang Mozart started playing the piano and violin at just three years old and was writing music by the time he was five.
Splats! A funny kids monster book for adults also! A collection of crazy creatures with truly bizarre features! The Splat creatures were each created totally randomly! Coloured inks were organically dripped on paper and then illustrated into weird and wonderful creatures when the ink dried. A funny story has been added to each character in the book!
Great Lives in Graphics: Jane Austen is a brand new infographic biography of one of the most famous writers in the world. In an engaging graphic style, this book explains to children aged 8 to 12 the world into which Jane was born. It details the Regency era in which she lived in which class was everything and a women’s freedom was severely limited.
Great Lives in Graphics: Frida Kahlo is a graphic retelling of Kahlo’s story which gives children a colourful snapshot of her life and the world in which she grew up, whilst educating them on everything from the Mexican revolution to the importance of self-belief.