National Non-Fiction November

This month is National Non-Fiction November, celebrating the world around us! Join in the celebration and start reading or exploring new non-fiction books today.

Deep sea, Mary-Jane Wilkins

Dive deep into the oceans and discover some of the strange fish and other sea creatures that survive in these murky depths. Huge eyes, grabbing tentacles and razor-sharp teeth are just some of the special features these creatures have to help them hunt for food and stay alive. Some can even make their own light and others have really weird bodies that are adapted to this unique habitat.

Fantastically great women who changed the world , Kate Pankhurst

Kate Pankhurst, descendent of Emmeline Pankhurst, has created this wildly wonderful and accessible book about women who really changed the world. Discover fascinating facts about some of the most amazing women who changed the world we live in. Fly through the sky with the incredible explorer Amelia Earhart, and read all about the Wonderful Adventures of Mary Seacole with the number one best-selling children’s non-fiction title in the UK.

Space, Angela Royston

Planet Earth is surrounded by huge, dark space. Discover the wonders of space, from the Sun, moon and stars to space travel. Perfect for readers aged 4 and up.

My first book of travel, Collins

Discover about the world’s fastest planes, boats and floating trains. There’s everything inside: cars of the future, one man space-ships, hot air balloons, submarines and more.

Animal, John Woodward

From the wings of the almighty albatross to the deadly facts of the great white shark, Knowledge Encyclopaedia Animal! transports you into the jaw-dropping, heart-thumping, pulse-racing world of the animal kingdom. Exploring everything from habitats and ecosystems to senses and respiration.

All about religion, Holly Beaumont

All About Religion unpacks the big questions about life, God, morality and science vs. religion. With  a foreword by TV and radio personality Aled Jones, All about Religion presents faith and religion in a totally unbiased way, allowing children to better understand some of the challenging questions we face today. Tracing the history of religion around the world and charting key events and theories, this book helps us to understand the motivation behind beliefs and why some people do or don’t have faith.

The plant cycle, Sally Morgan

This book focuses on how plants grow and adapt to their environments and the ecological and feeding relationships between plants, animals and people. The book also looks at how the landscape changes and the environmental consequences of human activity, such as industrial pollution and rainforest clearance.

Bugs, Andrea Mills

Bugs takes kids close to all kinds of creepy-crawlies with beautiful photography, lively illustrations, and key curriculum information. Bugs is packed with up-to-date information, fun quizzes and incredible images of bugs life. Find out how bugs sense the world, and how they help humans via pest control and pollination.

 

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