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Sally Hewitt

  • 5 stars across 136 books
    Sally Hewitt was a primary school teacher for ten years before she became a full time writer of non-fiction books for children between the ages of three and eleven. \nSally has written many books on a wide range of topics and visits schools and libraries giving talks and workshops.
    1st March 2017

    Animals

    Unleash your wild side with this amazing Animal Sticker Activity Wallet. Jam-packed with over 100 stickers, a paw-some p... More

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    20th August 1997

    Science Museum: Transport

    This is a collection of scientific facts about transport. Each paragraph focuses on a different mind-blowing fact, with ... More

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    25th July 2018

    The Senses: Sight

    How do we see? How do our eyes work? The ideal introduction to the sense of sight, this book uses fun activities to en... More

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    15th February 2003

    Face to Face Bugs

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    9th July 2004

    In the Park

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    30th October 2006

    Homes

    "Homes" invites young readers to visit homes around the globe to see where other children live and what makes their home... More

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    31st December 1995

    You and Your Body

    This reference guide answers questions about the various parts of the human body and how they work. Questions which are ... More

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    8th August 2013

    History Crafts: World War II

    History Crafts is a history series with a difference. Each book is packed with facts and full-colour illustrations from ... More

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    23rd August 2012

    Ways Into History: The Great Fire Of London

    Ways into History: The Great Fire of London looks at what happened that fateful night in 1666 and how it gave birth to... More

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    10th March 2008

    Forces and Movement

    Packed with experiments to try at home, this series explores the fascinating forces that govern our bodies and the natur... More

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