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Stephanie Turnbull

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Stephanie Turnbull

  • 4 stars across 59 books
    Stephanie is an experienced author and has written many non-fiction children's books.
    17th October 2006

    Ancient Greeks

    Usborne Beginners are colourful information books for children beginning to read on their own. Vivid, full colour illust... More

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    30th June 2006

    Why Do We Eat?

    Why do you need food and what happens to it inside your body? Which foods give you energy and which ones make you fit an... More

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    1st August 2015

    Egyptians

    Who were the ancient Egyptians? Why did they build pyramids and how were mummies made? These and other questions are ans... More

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    28th May 2014

    Superskills: Cooking Skills

    Cooking Skills will show you how to get started in cooking, encouraging you to develop a range of recipes. Packed with... More

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    11th September 2014

    Cards and Gifts

    A fun and funky magazine-style book that is packed full of tips on how to make the most of what you've got! Tips and i... More

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    2nd January 2014

    Winter

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    12th February 2015

    History Showtime: Vikings

    History Showtime brings a fresh new approach to history, combining essential learning with the fun of drama and music.... More

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    1st August 2016

    Children's World Atlas

    Children aged 10+ can explore the world with this modern, educational atlas. Each continent and country is illustrated w... More

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    1st January 2006

    Seasons: Autumn

    "Seasons" is one of three new additions to this popular non-fiction series. There is one book for each of the four seaso... More

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    10th September 2009

    Focus on Tudor Life: Elizabeth I - A Tudor Queen

    Each title is a biography of one person's life, achievements and the problems they faced. The series covers many histori... More

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    • Why Do We Eat?

      Why Do We Eat?

      by Panda

      A fantastic book that has lots of facts about the body. I recommend this book to readers up to about the age of 8. I like the fun illustrations and cl...

    • Ancient Greeks

      Ancient Greeks

      by rsa

      Another great book from the Usborne Beginner series (and another one I wasn't allowed to send to the charity shop.) Easy to read and is very accessibl...

    • Egyptians

      Egyptians

      by rsa

      My son used to enjoy the Usborne Beginner Series. (I was recently trying to give away some books to charity and wasn't allowed to part with this one.)...