With colourful and witty illustrations throughout, the 12 books in this collection will help children understand what life would be like without toilets (ewww!); gravity (fun and floaty?); and the internet (gasp, horror!).
There's also a book that shows what life would be like without books... horrible, we're sure you will agree. Perfect for budding historians, these books tell the fascinating and world-changing stories of technological innovations, professions and natural phenomena that most of us take for granted.
The artwork makes them wonderfully accessible and there are also explanatory diagrams to showcase the scientific and historical developments.
Titles in this collection:
12 paperback books
|Opinion of Jean about|
|The Usborne Reading Collection (Series 2 & 3)|
|My girl enjoys this book set very much. The short stories are beautifully written, builds up her interest with each story she finished. Best of all, great start to classical stories. Thank you for making it affordable to have this beautiful set.|
|Opinion of Adli Alimi Abdul Rahman about|
|Ladybird Read It Yourself Collection (50 books) with slipcase|
|My child really like to spend their time reading the books as they are colourful and easy to read. Even my 2 years old daughter will join her brother and sister when they spend their time reading the books.|
|Opinion of ADLI ALIMI ABDUL RAHMAN about|
|Ladybird Key Words with Peter and Jane (36 books with slipcase)|
|Received the books in excellent condition. My children are so happy when they are reading the books.|