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  • 5 stars across 30 books
    John Paul de Quay originally trained as a biologist and environmental scientist at the University of Sussex, before turning his hand to illustration. John Paul uses his creative talents to help people engage with science and natural history, bringing humour and energy to these disciplines.
    19th October 2017

    Where's the Unicorn?: A Magical Search and Find Book

    Follow a colourful blessing of globetrotting unicorns as they gallop around the world on an incredible whistle-stop ... More

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    3rd September 2020

    The Humans: Ancient civilisations and astonishing things they taught us

    SHORTLISTED FOR THE BLUE PETER BOOK AWARD 2021 This book showcases the greatest achievements of ancient civilisa... More

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    1st April 2021

    Turtle Rescue: A Wild Adventure to Save Our Sea Life

    Join Flora and Fauna, the world's GREATEST explorers, as they hang up their ice picks, put down their rucksacks and enjo... More

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    8th September 2016

    The Book of Beasts: Colour and Discover

    Filled with more than 90 mythical monsters from around the world, The Book of Beasts will take readers on an epi... More

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    14th October 2021

    As Large As Life

    26 habitats to explore, featuring more than 250 animals. Did you know that a sword-billed hummingbird has a beak l... More

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    3rd September 2013

    The Dog That Stole Football Plays

    This revised edition is now part of our Passport to Reading program! In this level 3 reader, Mike's telepathic dog Harry... More

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    4th May 2017

    Animetrics: A Striking Geometric Sticker Challenge

    Featuring 12 striking animal portraits to complete, Animetrics is an innovative new 'colour by numbers' sticker ... More

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    3rd October 2019

    Heroes: Inspirational people and the amazing jobs they do

    Not all heroes wear capes... ...But some do have impressive costumes, amazing masks and astonishing super-human abil... More

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    5th March 2020

    Curious Kids: Bugs and Minibeasts

    There are many bugs and minibeasts to meet in this book. From bumblebees and spiders to butterflies ,... More

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    1st October 2020

    The Egyptians

    Were charioteers the highest-paid athletes in history? How did Heracles slay the many-headed Hydra? Did the Gr... More

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