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Sarah Khan

  • 5 stars across 25 books
    SARAH KHAN has been a children's writer and editor for 12 years. After graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in English literature, she worked for Usborne Publishing Ltd., where she created a highly successful series of puzzle books. The author of a weekly children's puzzle section in The Daily Telegraph, she lives in Cambridge, U.K.
    1st May 2014

    Nature Trail Wild Flowers

    An illustrated introduction to wild flowers, including a guide to identifying different species, step-by-step instruct... More

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    1st June 2012

    Junior Illustrated Science Dictionary

    The Usborne Junior Illustrated Science Dictionary contains clear definitions of over 700 key terms and concepts that chi... More

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    18th May 2015

    Mummy in the Museum

    Spot the Mummy at the museum and immerse yourself with historical knowledge along the way. Fantastic spot book activitie... More

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    1st January 2008

    Little Book of Birds

    This is a brilliant, conveniently sized guide to the world of birds. It is packed with information about different speci... More

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    1st March 2014

    Beyond the Cube Logic Puzzle

    To celebrate Rubik's 40th anniversary QED have created a range of engaging puzzle books that will be sure to engage any ... More

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    1st January 2015

    Beyong Rubiks Cube Shapes: Over 40 Shape Puzzles

    To celebrate Rubik's 40th anniversary QED have created a range of engaging puzzle books that will be sure to engage any ... More

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    25th June 2014

    Beyond the Cube: Number Puzzle

    Number Puzzles will really test the reader's maths skills, including everything from simple number squares to punishing ... More

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    25th June 2014

    Beyond the Cube: Pattern Puzzle

    Pattern Puzzles explores how our brains recognise patterns and includes all kinds of pattern-related puzzles from identi... More

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    1st June 2015

    Dinosaur Quizzes

    A handy, pocket-sized quiz book covering every aspect of the prehistoric world and its incredible inhabitants. Contains ... More

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    13th July 2015

    Bird on the Building Site

    From deafening diggers to towering cranes, there's so much to see on the building site! With a hidden bird to find in ev... More

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    • Junior Illustrated Science Dictionary

      Junior Illustrated Science Dictionary

      by Ru1984

      This is a great science dictionary that explains clearly with illustrations key terms and concepts. It's aimed at Key Stage 2.

      I use and share it o...

    • Nature Trail Wild Flowers

      Nature Trail Wild Flowers

      An excellent first book for children of my age or younger to start identifying wild flowers. 
      I have started a bee and wildlife garden on my tiny bal...

    • Little Book of Birds

      Little Book of Birds

      by Bobbin

      This is a great little guide to British birds for any child with an interest in the nature around then.  The book uses photographs, drawings and short...