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Lift-the-flap general knowledge

Lift-the-flap general knowledge

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Lift-the-flap general knowledge

  • An information book with a difference, with over 135 flaps to lift to uncover the fascinating facts beneath. Find out what karaoke means in Japanese, how the Mona Lisa got her name and how many people alive today are descendants of Genghis Khan.
  • Divided into subjects such as Living Things, Science Lab, Treasure Trove, When Did It Happen? and more, and each double page is packed full of facts.
  • Covers a wide range of topics including the periodic table, the formation of the Earth, the TV programme Blue Peter, saltwater crocodiles, the great pyramid of Giza and lots more.
  • Ideal for improving general knowledge and guaranteed to keep any fact-loving, question-asking child entertained for hours.

Information

Key Stage: KS1/2; Age 6+

BIC: B5K79

Hardback:
Price: £9.99
ISBN: 9781409563990
16 pages
276 x 216mm

Author/Editor: Alex Frith & James Maclaine

Illustrator: Marco Palmieri

Press Reviews

This rather lovely introduction to the world of facts and the fun behind them is delivered in the publisher’s indubitable effervescent house style.
Families South East Magazine
Wonderful illustrations and graphics together with small text boxes and bubbles reveal the fascinating facts. There's even a 'True or False' spread and a 'Can you match' quiz for all the family to play. All in all a fountain of fascinating facts.
Lovereading4kids

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