This charming picture book celebrates the fun and excitement of places we can visit, both close to home and far away. An adventurous book that is a delightful introduction to the world beyond our backyard.
This simple, evocative picture book uses rhythmic language and beautiful colour illustrations to introduce young children to a range of dinosaurs, from smallest to the tallest, the fastest to the slowest.
This glorious picture book celebrates the joys of each season – from the warmth of spring and summer to autumn’s red, yellow and brown leaves and winter’s rain and snow. The simple, engaging text also introduces children to the concept of weather and its changing patterns.
From T. rex to Triceratops and Diplodocuses to Stegosauruses, there are so many things to spot on a dinosaur trek! Filled with colourful illustrations and a wonderful cast of dinosaurs to find, this exciting activity book is guaranteed to keep children aged 5 and up entertained for hours on end.
From cows to chickens and pigs to puppies, there’s lots of things to spot on the farm! Filled with colorful illustrations and a cute cast of farmyard animals to find, this lovely activity book is guaranteed to keep children aged 5 and up entertained for hours on end.
From whales to swordfish and sharks to turtles, there’s so much to spot under the sea! Filled with colorful illustrations and a wonderful cast of animals to find, this busy and informative activity book is guaranteed to keep children aged 4 and up entertained for hours on end.
Have you ever made a balloon kebab, written a secret message with invisible ink, or grown crystals in a jar? Find out how to perform lots of amazing experiments at home and learn all about the super-cool science behind them!
This book is your chance to go on a dinosaur dig! Press out the model pieces and put them together to build a diplodocus skeleton – just like a real palaeontologist. There’s plenty of information about this amazing dinosaur, too. Perfect for all dino fans aged 7 and up.
You’re a fossil hunter and you’ve just discovered a Triceratops skeleton! Learn more about this amazing dinosaur and then press out the model pieces and fit them together to build your model – just like a real palaeontologist!
You’re a fossil hunter and you’ve just discovered a Sabre-Tooth Tiger skeleton! Learn more about this amazing Beast and then press out the model pieces and fit them together to build your model – just like a real palaeontologist!
You’re a fossil hunter and you’ve just discovered a Mammoth skeleton! Learn more about this amazing Beast and then press out the model pieces and fit them together to build your model – just like a real palaeontologist!
All students of philosophy will relate to the concepts of selfhood, nature, karma and liberation. Here are views and answers to the most important questions. How is self identified? What are the causes and effects in nature? Are our actions determined? What is freedom for a human being? What happens after death?
The Sufis have been using carefully constructed stories for teaching purposes for thousands of years. Though on the surface these often appear to be little more than fairy or folk tales, the Sufis hold that they enshrine-in their characters, plots and imagery-patterns and relationships that nurture a part of the mind not reachable in more conventional ways, thus increasing our understanding, flexibility and breadth of vision.
Knowing ignorance is strength. Ignoring knowledge is sickness.’ Lao Tse Tao, meaning ‘The Way’, refers to a power that envelops, surrounds and flows through all things, both living and sentient. It regulates natural processes and nourishes balance in the Universe.
Jesus of Nazareth, the Nazarene, Jesus Christ, the Christ, the Good Shepherd, the Redeemer or the Deliverer? To this day, the identity of Jesus remains an unfathomable mystery for non-believers and a glorious open book of hope for the devout.
Long before there was a system of belief called Gnosticism there were those who reached for a special intimate knowledge of God and His mysterious ways. The possession of such knowledge, they believed, would bring salvation from suffering.
Get drunk on Love, for Love is all that exists. Unless you make Love your business, you will not be admitted to the Beloved. (Divan-i Shams-i Tabriz 455:A1:54) The thirteenth-century saint Jalaluddin Rumi has been called the greatest mystical poet of any age, and his work compared to that of Dante and Shakespeare.