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Louise Spilsbury

  • 4 stars across 568 books
    Louise Spilsbury is a prolific children's book author. She has written titles on almost every subject, from science and geography through to world affairs, social issues, art, history, and literacy. Louise is married to the author Richard Spilsbury and has two children. She lives and works in Devon.


    Publication Date


    3rd July 2009

    Animal Pants

    From long johns to bloomers, Y-fronts to boxers - this book is quite simply packed with pants! There's a cat who b... More

    (9 reviews)
    6th March 2014

    Stinky Space Race: Cosmic Colin

    Colin has a strange new classmate. His name is Harry. He is suspiciously neat ... and he spends a lot of time in the b... More

    (2 reviews)
    10th April 2014

    Rock Pool

    Look inside a rock pool and discover a world of inhabitants! A close look at this microhabitat reveals an unbelievable v... More

    (1 review)
    1st August 2007

    The Ancient Egyptians

    Written by an acclaimed non-fiction children's author and illustrated with lavish photography, artwork and maps, each bo... More

    (1 review)
    1st September 2011

    Night Animals: Band 03/Yellow

    When we go to sleep at night, some animals are just waking up. Discover the different activities and features of noctu... More

    (1 review)
    8th November 2012

    Ways into Technology: Playground Rides

    A fun, friendly and accessible introduction to technology. The book includes simple activities to bring basic technologi... More

    (1 review)
    9th February 2017

    Earth's Natural Biomes: Tundra

    Supporting the geography curriculum for KS2, this beautiful book gives readers core information about tundra biomes - wh... More

    (1 review)
    11th April 2017

    Earth's Natural Biomes: Deserts

    Supporting the geography curriculum for KS2, this beautiful book gives readers core information about desert biomes - wh... More

    (1 review)
    8th August 2019

    Reptile Superstars

    Some reptiles have superhero skills! Did you know that chameleons can look in two directions at once? Discover more supe... More

    (1 review)
    1st March 2018


    Patrick is a boy out of his time. He has been thrown forward 300 years into the future, and he must find a way home to s... More

    (1 review)
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    Series by
    Louise Spilsbury

    Cosmic Colin

    Look Inside

    QED Hands-on History S.

    Collins Big Cat

    Ways into Technology

    Earth's Natural Biomes

    Animal Superstars

    Top of the Food Chain

    Sea Life

    Young Explorer: A Day in the Life: Sea Animals

    Classifying Living Things

    Horrible Geography

    A Day in the Life: Grassland Animals

    Science Adventures

    Read and Learn: What's Awake?

    ECO Works

    Let's Discuss Energy Resources

    Research on the Edge

    Discover Through Craft

    Big Picture: Homes

    Consumer Nation

    Raintree Perspectives: What is Art?

    WIldlife Wonders

    Careers That Save Lives

    Ways into RE

    Collins Big Cat Arabic Reading Programme

    Collins Big Cat Progress

    At Home in the Biome

    Countries Around the World

    Tales of Invention

    Raintree Perspectives: Technology at Work

    Animals in Danger

    Food Groups

    Natural Disasters

    White Wolves Non Fiction

    Exploring Sound

    Read and Learn: Nature Walks

    Engage Literacy Dark Red

    Exploring the Human Body

    Earth Science

    Raintree Perspectives: World Cultures

    Ways into Geography

    Nature Walks

    Firefly Animal Rescue

    Visual Reference Library

    Stories Behind the Art

    Abbeville Animals

    History's Most Horrible Jobs

    Opposing Viewpoints (Paperback)

    The Student's Toolbox

    Savage Nature

    Headline Issues

    Human Body Systems

    Can the Earth Cope?

    Developing World

    Oceans of the World

    Feel The Force

    Young Explorer: Look Inside

    Infosearch: Essential Life Science

    Infosearch: Essential Physical Science

    Infosearch: Living in the Wild: Sea Mammals

    Essential Life Science

    Your Body for Life

    Charities in Action

    Animals in Groups

    Raintree Perspectives: The Science Behind

    What Was it Like in the Past?

    Let's Read and Talk About...

    Looking After Me

    Eco Alert

    Living in the Wild: Sea Mammals

    Disasters Up Close

    InfoSearch: Eat Smart


    Research It!

    History Starts Here

    Investigate Geography

    Me, Myself & I

    Light All Around Us

    Unlocking Ancient Civilisations

    Water Science S.

    Raintree Fusion: Geography

    Little Squirts S.

    All About Science

    Little Physicist

    InfoSearch: Building Blocks of Matter

    Geography Focus

    Smart Green Civilizations

    History Detective Investigates

    InfoSearch: Awesome Forces of Nature

    Keeping Pets

    The Web of Life

    Raintree Fusion: History

    InfoSearch: Let's Rock

    Young Explorer:

    Raintree Perspectives: Exploring Sound

    Essential Physical Science

    Step-up Science

    Infosearch: Animals in Groups

    Mind Webs

    Start-up Connections

    Engage Literacy: Engage Literacy Purple

    Nature Trail

    Great Discoveries

    Bug Club

    Life Science Stories

    Life Views S.

    Life Skills

    The Big Picture

    Development or Destruction?

    Raintree Perspectives: Exploring Light

    Green Science Genius

    Explorer S.

    Exploring Light

    Weird & Wonderful S.


    Exploring Environments

    Current Controversies (Paperback)

    National Geographic Readers

    Tertiary Level Biology

    Read and Learn: a Day in the Life: Grassland Animals


    Awesome Forces of Nature

    Young Explorer: World of Plants

    Natural World

    What Was?

    Nature Basics

    Literacy & science

    A Day in the Life: Sea Animals

    Early Level 2 Non-Fiction Set A

    Young Oxford Library of Science

    Big Picture

    Children in Our World

    Oxford Reading Tree inFact

    Nature Unleashed

    Flowchart Science

    Incredible Robots

    History Hunters

    Great Scientific Theories

    Engage Literacy Dark Blue

    Questions and Feelings About

    Big Picture: Food

    Young Explorer: Save Our Animals!

    Raintree Fusion: Life Processes and Living Things

    World Cultures

    Read and Learn: Life Cycles

    Mapping the UK

    Energy Debate

    Living Processes

    Food & Farming

    Animal Groups

    InfoSearch: Body Matters

    InfoSearch: Scientists at Work

    Young Explorer: Wild World

    InfoSearch: The Human Machine

    First Library: Food

    Body Matters

    InfoSearch: Food Chains

    Animals under threat

    Wild Habitats of the British Isles

    InfoSearch: From Egg to Adult

    The Life of Plants

    Planet Under Pressure

    Wild Britain

    Ethical Debates

    Start Up Art & Design S.

    Scientists at work

    Healthy & Happy

    Life Cycles S.

    Collins Big Cat Phonics for Letters and Sounds

    Tough Guides

    Forensic Footprints of Ancient Worlds

    Flowchart Science: The Human Body

    Animal SOS

    Analysing Ancient Civilizations

    A Problem Shared

    Civil Rights Stories

    Horrors from History

    Life Toolkit

    Engineered by Nature

    Flowchart Science: Habitats and Ecosystems

    What's Awake?

    Save Our Animals!

    World of Plants

    Engage Literacy Grey

    Engage Literacy Sapphire