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Books published by publisher Anness

  • All About Ships

    Chris Oxlade

    Paperback (Anness, Jan. 1, 2000)
    20 Information sections on the history of ships and their different uses.
  • Puppies: A Very First Picture Book

    Nicola Tuxworth

    Hardcover (Anness, Sept. 1, 1996)
    A very first picture book. Babies and toddlers are fascinated by puppies and will delight in looking at this colorful picture book with their parents and by themselves. Besides PUPPIES, other titles in this series include FARM ANIMALS, TOYS, and FUNNY FACES.
  • I Can Cook: How-to-Cook Activity Projects for the Very Young

    Sarah Maxwell

    Paperback (Anness, April 1, 2000)
    Children love to watch and help in the preparation of food from a very young age - especially if it includes the chance to mix ingredients and sample the results before they reach the table! This bright and fun new book allows children to try cooking for themselves - with a little adult guidance - by presenting 16 captivating step-by-step recipes for kids to try at home. The techniques are simple and safety-conscious, and the results are wonderfully enticing and inspiring, tempting children with an imaginative use of color and presentation techniques to try a wide range of different and healthy food. The recipes cover light snacks, main meals and special occasion treats that taste delicious and are fun to create. Recipes featured in I Can Cook include: Cheese Dip with Dunks; Swimming Fish Cakes; Pasta with Lentil Sauce; Banana Lollipops; Jello Pond; and Crazy Popcorn. Step-by-step photographs show children in the acts of making and doing, take the reader through each stage of a recipe, and provide clearly illustrated checklists of ingredients and equipment needed as well as useful hints and tips for easy variations. The informative introduction offers invaluable advice on how to prepare, begin to cook, weigh, and measure. It also includes a glossary of cooking terms and essential equipment to have in the kitchen.
  • Fun with Cooking: 50 Great Recipes for Kids to Make Themselves

    Judy Williams

    Hardcover (Anness, March 1, 2000)
    Fun with Cooking provides children with the means of creating their own culinary feasts and all the information they need to get started; including safety tips on what to do and what not to do in the kitchen, plus lots of information about tools and equipment.Every recipe is clearly illustrated with step-by-step photographs and safe, easy-to-follow instructions. They range from the simplest of ideas to those that require a little more experience and, therefore, appeal to all ages and abilities. All the essential cooking techniques have been included in one recipe or another, so children will learn lots of useful skills. There is a guide to cooking terms so the different techniques will be easy to understand and this is accompanied by useful tips and helpful hints throughout.With its wide range of recipes, easy-to-read style and practical approach, Fun with Cooking guarantees hours of creative -- and of course, tasty -- fun for kids of all ages.
  • Turtles and Tortoises

    Barbara Taylor

    Hardcover (Anness, Sept. 30, 2004)
    Packed with over 300 superb color wildlife pictures, that brings natural history to life.
  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs

    Dougal Dixon

    Hardcover (Anness, May 16, 2006)
    Here is the ultimate book for dinosaur lovers--a complete identification guide featuring 600 dinosaurs, written by a leading expert and stunningly illustrated.
  • Illustrated Book of Classic Cars

    Martin Buckley

    Paperback (Anness, )
    A guide to the most important and significant models mde between 1945 and 1975, with illustrations of every car augmented by authoritive and comprehensive text.
  • Ancient Weapons: Find Out About Weaponry and Warfare Through the Ages

    Will Fowler

    Hardcover (Anness, Dec. 1, 1999)
    Explains the development of weapons and tactics from clubs to the first firearms, and discusses armor, war animals, fortifications, siegecraft, and naval warfare
  • The Stone Age

    Charlotte Hurdman

    Hardcover (Anness, June 1, 1998)
    Step back in time two million years to the Stone Age.Discover fascinating facts about the life of Stone Ag people--where theylived, what theya re, and what they looked like.
  • The Encyclopedia of Ancient History

    Lorenz Editors

    Hardcover (Anness, Dec. 1, 2000)
    Step back in time to discover the wonders of the ancient world.
  • Learn About: Rainforests

    Jen Green

    Hardcover (Anness, July 28, 2008)
    Rainforests cover only about 6 per cent of the Earth's surface, yet they are home to over half of all the species of plants and animals in the world. Learn About Rainforests explores the tallest treetops, reveals the noises of the canopy, and unveils the secrets of the dark and dripping forest floor.
  • Find Out About: The Celts: What life was like for the warlike tribes of Ancient Europe

    Fiona Macdonald

    Paperback (Anness, Nov. 27, 2002)
    This book introduces fascinating facts about the many different Celtic peoples including the reason for their migration, their mysticism and beliefs, and the exquisite metalwork that they crafted.