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  • That's Not My Goat

    Fiona Watt

    Board book (Usborne Books, June 15, 2014)
    The latest new title in the award-winning That's not my … series which has sold approximately ten million titles world-wide. Babies and little children will love exploring the different touchy-feely textures of the goats. Which parts are soft, fluffy, rough or fuzzy?
  • Usborne Geography Encyclopedia with Complete World Atlas IL

    Gillian Doherty, Anna Claybourne, Suaanna Davidson

    Paperback (Usborne Books, )
  • Illustrated Elementary Science Dictionary

    Sarah Khan, Lisa Jane Gillespie, Kirsteen Rogers

    Paperback (Usborne Books, June 1, 2012)
    The Usborne Illustrated Elementary Science Dictionary tells it straight and simple, explaining everything children and parents need in order to understand basic level science. This book will help to lay a firm foundation for confidence and success in science. Readers can dip in for quick explanations or work through by subject to build knowledge step-by-step.
  • First Encyclopedia of Animals

    Paul Dowswell, Judy Tatchell, Fiona Johnson

    Hardcover (Usborne Books, May 1, 2011)
    This is a fantastic new edition of this bright and lively encyclopedia, introducing young readers to the wonders of the animal world. Filled with information on mammals, birds, reptiles, creepy-crawlies and waterlife, this book answers such questions as 'Which animal has a tongue as long as its body?'; 'How does a whale breath?'; 'How does a snake see in the dark?'; and, 'Why do zebras have stripes?'. Simple text, amazing photographs, detailed illustrations and a selection of exciting recommended websites make the subject easy to understand.
  • That's Not My Bunny...

    Fiona Watt, Rachel Wells

    Board book (Usborne Books, Jan. 1, 2014)
    This delightful series of board books is aimed at very young children. The bright pictures, with their patches of different textures, are designed to develop sensory and language awareness. Babies and toddlers will love turning the pages and touching the feely patches. Age9 months and up Size6 1/2 x 6 1/2 Pages10 SeriesTouchy-Feely Board Books AuthorFiona Watt
  • Wipe-Clean Castle Activities

    Kirsteen Robson

    Paperback (Usborne Books, Sept. 1, 2015)
    Young children need plenty of practice when it comes to pen-control - an essential skill which they need to learn before they can write. This book encourages children to solve mazes, join the dots and trace the dotted lines using the special pen provided, wipe clean and repeat; all the activities are themed around life in a medieval castle.
  • Easy German

    Fiona Chandler

    Paperback (Usborne Books, Jan. 1, 2012)
    This fast-track German course for beginners provides a thorough grounding in German grammar and everyday phrases, using up-to-date German and building up the reader's knowledge in simple stages. A lively and colourful adventure story is woven into the text to make learning fun and readers can practise the skills they have learned with puzzles and tests. Grammar points are introduced and explained clearly and simply, with learning tips, a pronunciation guide, and an German/English word list.
  • Sticker Dolly Dressing Costumes Around the World

    Fiona Watt

    Paperback (Usborne Books, )
  • Write Your Own Story Book


    Paperback (Usborne Books, Feb. 27, 2011)
  • Look Inside Your Body;Look Inside Board Books

    Louie Stowell

    Hardcover (Usborne Books, Jan. 1, 2013)
    Children can peek under the flaps to reveal facts about the human body while reading about it as well.Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 6/1/2013Pages: 14Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
  • Why Should I Brush My Teeth

    Katie Daynes

    Paperback (Usborne Books, April 21, 2020)
  • Emperor and the Nightingale

    Rosie Dickins

    Hardcover (Usborne Books, Sept. 1, 2011)
    This is the "The classic Hans Christian Andersen" story retold with simple text for children just beginning to read. The nightingale sings so sweetly that everyone loves to hear her song. But when the Emperor of China receives a new dazzling mechanical songbird made from gold and rubies, he has eyes for nothing else. What will become of the little nightingale now? This book is colourfully illustrated by Graham Philpot. It is developed in conjunction with reading experts from Roehampton University.