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Books published by publisher Kingfisher Books Ltd

  • Basher Science: A to Z of Science

    Dan Green, Adrian Dingle, Simon Basher (associated with work) Tom Jackson

    Paperback (Kingfisher Books Ltd, Jan. 10, 2019)
  • Discover Science: Solar System

    Mike Goldsmith

    Paperback (Kingfisher Books Ltd, Aug. 16, 2010)
    Book by Goldsmith
  • Rescue Mission: Planet Earth : A Children's Edition of Agenda 21 in Association With the United Nations

    Children of the World, Bourtros Boutros Ghali

    Paperback (Kingfisher Books, April 1, 1994)
    In an anthology of stories, poems, paintings, photographs, interviews, case studies, and drawings, children from around the world share their ideas on how to implement the proposals set forth in Agenda 21, the document that resulted from the 1992 Earth Summit. Simultaneous.
  • A Visit to France

    Simon Buckland, Katy Sleight

    Hardcover (Kingfisher Books, Feb. 24, 1994)
    This companion to "First 200 French Words" offers an introduction to the language and customs of France. The emphasis is on providing information and language that the young reader will want to know and will need to use in order to feel at home in France.
  • Nursery Songbook

    Sally Emerson, Colin Maclean, Moira Maclean

    Hardcover (Kingfisher Books Ltd, )
  • Kingfisher Illustrated History of the World : 40,000 BC to Present Day

    Professor Jack (introduction) Magnusson Magnus (foreword); Zevin

    Hardcover (Kingfisher Books, March 15, 1993)
    The Kingfisher Illustrated History of the World: 40,000 B.C. to Present Day
  • Epidemics and Plagues

    Richard Walker

    Paperback (Kingfisher Books, July 30, 2008)
    Kingfisher Knowledge is a groundbreaking series for readers hungry for information on today's hot topics. Lively, engaging text, packed with information, accompanies stunning photographs that enhance each chapter. Amazing, state-of-the-art digital artwork guides readers into the fascinating heart of the subject. This learning adventure does not stop there - information panels throughout lead the reader to further discovery. Each chapter offers website links, book lists, places to visit and career information. "Epidemics & Plagues" takes an in-depth look at epidemics and plagues past and present, finding out about the big killer diseases and what happens when they spread rapidly and affect large numbers of people. It conveys the sad yet gripping histories of the Black Death of 13th-century Europe, the Great Plague of London, the devastating smallpox epidemics of 18th-century America and the flu epidemic that followed the First World War. It peers under the microscope at the agents tha
  • First 200 Words in Italian

    Paola Tite, Katy Sleight

    Hardcover (Kingfisher Books, April 1, 1994)
    Labeled scenes feature Italian words and their English equivalents, grouped around subjects such as clothing, toys, animals, transportation, and opposites
  • Kingfisher First Encyclopedia of the Human Body


    Paperback (Kingfisher Books Ltd, )
  • Honk! Honk!: A Story of Migration

    Mick Manning, Brita Granstrom

    Hardcover (Kingfisher Books Ltd, Sept. 1, 1997)
    This is the story of the migration of the wild goose north to its summer breeding grounds. It's a magical journey, seen through the eyes of a young girl.
  • My Bedtime Bear/Book and Teddy Bear

    Peter Bowman

    Hardcover (Kingfisher Books, April 1, 1995)
    With this absolutely adorable edition of a favorite nighttime rhyme, children can pull the tabs and move the flaps so that the teddy bear actually waves, bends, and climbs the stairs to bed. Includes a miniature stuffed bear snuggled under a colorful patchwork quilt, just waiting for a child to turn out the light and say goodnight. Full-color illustrations.
  • Ishtar and Tammuz: A Babylonian Myth of the Seasons

    Christopher J. Moore, Christina Balit

    Hardcover (Kingfisher Books, Sept. 1, 1996)
    An ancient Babylonian myth explains the cycles of the seasons as the result of the Goddess Ishtar sending her son to Earth, where he gave life to the crops and fruits, birds and animals, only to have Ishtar destroy his handiwork in a fit of jealous rage.