This book offers a comprehensive guide to teaching acting exercises that will unleash the inner creativity of students aged 8-18. Theories and techniques of some of the greatest theatre practitionersRead More
A fun way to practise fine motor skills, children can follow the instructions and fold the pages to create a forest of birds. Birds include peacocks, eagles, flamingos and other exotic and fictional birds. Each bird is wonderfully designed with a bursting array of different colours, shapes and patterns. The final product is a satisfying keepsake for children to admire.
A handy, paperback book perfect for popping into a pocket or school bag, packed with puzzles, games and activities that will put your powers of logic to the test. It is a well-known fact that you can exercise your brain just as you might exercise your body; this book will keep children's grey cells in tip-top condition.
Following on the success of 100 paper planes, “100 More Paper Planes to Fly” has new planes based on four different layouts, each decorated with its own unique colours, motifsRead More
100 full-colour, tear-out sheets featuring stylish dragon artwork - simply tear a page out and follow the simple folding instructions (featured on gatefolds at the front and back of the book) to create one of four different decorative origami dragons.
Includes coverage that ranges from fighter planes to robots, dragons and sharks. This title features instructions on how to fold and throw the planes.
A creative activity book which allows children to make a variety of Pterosaur themed paper airplanes from the fantastically designed pages in this book.
This innovative book brings a fresh and exciting approach to the practical world of science, combining creative arts and crafts activities with the basics of physics, chemistry and biology. Includes 100 stimulating and absorbing experiments, each of which is safe and simple to carry out and uses objects and materials that can be easily sourced. The clearly written, jargon-free text...
Did you know that mammoths and pharaohs walked the earth at the same time? Or that over 30 types of gladiators fought in ancient Rome? This fascinating book is filled with 100 historical facts, bright, infographic-style illustrations, a glossary and index. There are also links to specially selected websites with video clips and more information.
Science is a huge topic, but this friendly book breaks it down into bite-sized chunks, making it an accessible introduction for anyone who wants to find out about this fascinating subject. Highly illustrated, in a pictorial, 'infographics' style, with snippets of information about all aspects of science from particle physics to genes and DNA.
Space is a huge topic, but this friendly book breaks it down into bite-sized chunks, making it an accessible introduction for anyone who wants to find out about this fascinating subject. Highly illustrated, in a pictorial, 'infographics' style, with snippets of information about all aspects of Space exploration and the science of the Universe.
An ideal book for very young children to learn about numbers, with over 150 word and number stickers. Children will enjoy placing the stickers on the colourful number-themed pages, learning their 123s as they go.
13 HOURS is the true account of the events of 11 September 2012, when terrorists attacked a US State Compound and a nearby CIA station in Libya, one of the most dangerous corners of the globe.
HarperCollins is proud to present its range of best-loved, essential classics. ‘The creature’s teeth were buried in the gunwale, and it lifted the whole thing out of the water likeRead More
Put your flying skills to the test with these spectacular paper planes. With 200 tear-out sheets to choose from, make your aircraft into rocketing robots, squirming squid, supercharged engines, orRead More
This is a bumper activity book containing something to do on every day of the year. It contains all-new activities including a flag chain, fabric collages, leaf printing, spoon-people, door signs, gift tags, dangly cowboys and many more things to make, draw and paint. All activities are explained by step-by-step instructions and colourful illustrations.
Every important principle of philosophy, religion, politics, economics, the arts and the sciences is profiled in a series of short illustrated essays, complemented by an informative array of timelines and box features.
A handy pocket-sized paperback book packed with skills and tricks to improve technique on the pitch. Covers all areas of playing the ‘beautiful game’, from the basics of attacking andRead More
From drug lords, drug cheats and the morally corrupt to political despots and plain, old crackpots - the twentieth century certainly saw its fair share of villains.
This handy book contains 50 stimulating activities - make your own foaming monsters, hanging crystals, kaleidoscopes and more. A fresh approach to the practical world of science, combining creative craft activities with the basics of physics, chemistry and biology. Each activity that is accompanied by illustrated, step-by-step instructions. A great introduction to science for young children.
This title contains 50 cards each showing a game, activity or puzzle to keep children entertained on a long plane journey. It includes individual activities such as drawing, mazes andRead More
This work contains 50 cards each showing an activity, game or pursuit to keep children entertained on holiday. They include playground favourites such as piggy in the middle and stuckRead More
A pack of pocket-sized cards to help recognise and learn about fifty of London’s famous landmarks. Each card has a detailed illustration of a landmark, with information, facts and statisticsRead More
the novel launched the Maine schoolteacher on a prolific and extraordinarily successful career.
A Christmas Carol is one of Charles Dickens’ most loved books – a true classic and a Christmas time must-read. Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean, miserable, bitter old man withRead More
Anthony Burgess’ nightmare vision of a society overrun by nihilistic violence and governed by a menacing totalitarian state, “A Clockwork Orange” includes an introduction by Blake Morrison in “Penguin ModernRead More
Shakespeare’s dextrous comedy of twin masters and twin servants continually mistaken for one another is both farce and more than farce. The Comedy of Errors examines the interplay between personal and commercialRead More
A monument to sloth, rant and contempt, a behemoth of fat, flatulence and furious suspicion of anything modern – this is Ignatius J. Reilly of New Orleans, noble crusader againstRead More