This is a book of lists about NZ and New Zealanders that you never thought you needed to know until we got stuck for facts in conversation around the dinner table, wanted to impress someone with incredibly obscure details and off beat opinions, signed up... read more

Sorted: A Curious Kiwi Book of Lists

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 Childrens Reference

Series:Horrible Geography
Reading Level:From 8 To 12

The HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY FLAG STICKER BOOK is an atlas, world-fact book and flag sticker book in one. Broken down by continent with map spreads to place your stickers on, it's also crammed full of freaky flag facts, teacher teasers and info about the world around us. It includes full-colour stickers of EVERY country flag in the world.

Fantastic Flags Sticker Book

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 Childrens Reference

New Zealand once had one of the largest raptors in the world . Now there is just one left -- the Karearea -- and it is endangered. This remarkable falcon is known for its fearless hunting prowess, aerial acrobatics and fierce protection of its chicks. In words and ... read more

Karearea: Fearless Falcon

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 Childrens Reference

Awards:Winner of British Book Awards: Book of the Year 2007. Shortlisted for Independent Booksellers' Book of the Year Award: Adults' Book of the Year 2007.

The original Dangerous Book for Boys is an international sensation. The brainchild of brothers Conn Iggulden (bestselling author of the Emperor and Conqueror series) and Hal Iggulden, it brought the wonders of old-fashioned knowledge and play to life for the vid... read more

The Dangerous Book for Boys

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 Childrens Reference

Following on from the acclaimed Whose Beak is This? and Whose Feet are These?, author Gillian Candler and illustrator Fraser Williamson turn to looking at homes. Whose Home is This? includes native birds and sea creatures, such as the yellow-eyed penguin, octopus and ... read more

Whose Home is This? (HB)

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 Childrens Reference

Following on from the acclaimed Whose Beak is This? and Whose Feet are These?, author Gillian Candler and illustrator Fraser Williamson turn to looking at homes. Whose Home is This? includes native birds and sea creatures, such as the yellow-eyed penguin, octopus and ... read more

Whose Home is This? (PB)

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 Childrens Reference

For children aged 7 and over, this dictionary contains up to date coverage of a range of everyday and curriculum vocabulary. It offers additional language tips and carefully selected and annotated illustrations to help students with more compl... read more

Collins Children's Dictionary: Learn with words

SUNDAY TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER "A very funny and inspiring read! Brilliantly practical with a wide variety of examples that make it relevant for both boys and girls (and adults)!" - Amazon Customer "A t... read more

You Are Awesome: Find Your Confidence and Dare to be Brilliant at (Almost) Anything

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 Childrens Reference

Meet the Artist: Alberto Giacometti is packed with inspiring art-based activities for budding young artists, who can create interesting portraits, sculptures, and collage landscapes. Starting with a brief introduction to the life of Alberto Giaco... read more

Meet the Artist: Alberto Giacometti

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 Childrens Reference

Meet the Artist: J. M. W. Turner is packed with inspiring activities for budding young artists. Create colorful Turneresque landscapes and seascapes, experiment with watercolors, and paint portraits of your friends and family.  Starting with a brief introd... read more

Meet the Artist: J.M.W. Turner

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 Childrens Reference

Series:Lonely Planet Kids Ser.

Bring the Japanese language to life with this beautifully illustrated children's book from Lonely Planet Kids, an imprint of Lonely Planet, the world's leading travel guide and phrasebook publisher. Perfect for the whole family, First Words ... read more

First Words - Japanese 100 Japanese Words to Learn
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Care to meet a dunkleosteus? An apatosaurus? How about the dragonflyesque meganaura? In a collection that's organized chronologically by epoch and is sure to intrigue everyone from armchair dino enthusiasts... read more

In the Past: From Trilobites to Dinosaurs to Mammoths in More Than 500 Million Years