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  • The Beagle with Charles Darwin

    Fiona MacDonald

    Paperback (Book House, Feb. 19, 2015)
    Take an incredible voyage on the Beagle with Charles Darwin. Explore its relevance to the people who built it and the lives that they led. Stunning cut-away illustrations help lead the reader through the often complex historical periods. Written in a clear, concise style. Contents, glossary, and index.
  • How to Draw Pets

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Book House, Sept. 1, 2011)
    How to Draw Pets
  • You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Immunisation!

    Anne Rooney

    Paperback (Book House, Feb. 12, 2015)
    Sticking sharp needles into small children doesn't sound like a nice thing to do - but sometimes you have to 'be cruel to be kind'. Since the 18th century, immunisation has saved millions of people from deadly diseases - and in future, as new techniques are invented, we might even be able to do away with that needle.
  • Ankylosaurus: The Armoured Lizard

    David West, Nick Spender

    Paperback (Book House, )
  • How to Draw Scotland

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Book House, April 4, 2014)
    How to Draw Scotland features step-by-step instructions showing how to draw many of Scotland's most recognised landmarks. Including Edinburgh Castle, Balmoral and Holyrood Palace as well as some well-known Scottish icons, such as a bagpiper and a Highland dancer, this is an essential book for any budding artist who would like to master the art of drawing Scotland.
  • The Incredible Scotland Activity Book

    Fiona MacDonald

    Paperback (Book House, July 23, 2015)
    Children can join loveable dog Doodle McDoodle on an entertaining tour of Scotland, taking in its many sights and sounds, and its rich history, as they complete all manner of exciting puzzles and games.
  • Do You Want to Be a Medieval Knight?

    Fiona MacDonald, Mark Bergin

    Hardcover (Book House, Jan. 1, 2015)
    This title takes the reader back in time as they envision themselves applying for the job of a Medieval Knight. The book describes what life was like for a person in this occupation while also describing the society and culture of the civilivation. This book is an informative and fun guide to the diverse skills you will need to live another life in another time. An interview at the end of the book will uncover if you have what it takes to win the job!
  • How to Art Doodle Color Patterns

    Carolyn Scrace

    Paperback (Book House, Sept. 1, 2015)
    This colorful, fun title provide budding young artists with a guide to improving their drawing skills with an emphasis on color patterns. The volume is packed with numerous projects that include step-by-step illustrated instructions as well as a completed project for reference. Ideal for supplementing art curriculums or for individual use, this title explores a variety of doodling and drawing techniques and tips to help each artist develop their artistic skills and inspire them to create their own illustration style.
  • An Illustrated Guide to Mythical Creatures


    Hardcover (Book House, March 5, 2009)
    Rare Book
  • Learn With Me! Colours

    Ilana Exelby

    Board book (Book House, )
  • Sharks


    Hardcover (Book House, Jan. 1, 2008)
  • The Secret Journal of Victor Frankenstein: On the Workings of the Human Body

    David Stewart

    Paperback (Book House, Feb. 4, 2014)
    Dr. Frankenstein created a living creature from dead body parts, so who better to explain the basics of anatomy? Combining science with Mary Shelley's beloved novel, The Secret Journal of Viktor Frankenstein explores the workings of the human body through the voice of literature's infamous mad scientist. Featuring pullouts, gatefolds, and reproductions, it offers a peek into Frankenstein's lecture notes and diary.