What on Earth Publishing Autumn 2020 Updated Catalogue (UK)

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AUTUMN 2020 + Complete Backlist What on Earth Publishing

Welcome to the What on Earth Books and Britannica Books Children’s Catalogue What a special year this is turning out to be! Nothing could be more exciting for us than to present you with the first fruits of our new collaboration with Encyclopaedia Britannica, makers of the famous 250-year-old encyclopedia that changed the world. Britannica Books perfectly complements the curiosity-driven approach of What on Earth Books. And it is with enormous pride that we unveil the first new printed Britannica children’s encyclopedia to be launched in a generation! The All New Britannica Children’s Encyclopedia – What We Know & What We Don’t is a magnificent reference book for 8–12 year olds containing completely new, up to-the-minute information and beautiful, specially commissioned illustrations. And in true Britannica style, there is an expert behind every single page. Our second Britannica title is 5-Minute Really True Stories for Bedtime, which is designed for younger readers (aged 4–8) and their parents to read together before bedtime. Find out about everything bedtime, from why we sleep to why animals hibernate and what jobs people do at night. This year also sees us take our first steps into the world of audiobooks. June will see the release of the Absolutely Everything! audiobook and in October will come the 5-Minute Really True Stories for Bedtime audiobook, read by the wonderful Joanna Lumley, star of British sitcom Absolutely Fabulous. And let’s not forget our What on Earth Books list, which blasts off with Space Maps, an intergalactic adventure through the cosmos. This large-scale book includes 24 stunning maps showing everything from constellations to planets and nebulae, readers will be masters of the universe in no time.


Back down on Earth, you can immerse yourself in the history of music with Music: A Fold Out Graphic History, produced in association with one of the world’s most famous concert venues, London’s Royal Albert Hall, to coincide with its 150th anniversary. Lastly, there is also our growing backlist, which we hope will continue to inspire everyone who believes, as we do, that the real world really is far more amazing than anything you can make up. Best wishes, Christopher Lloyd CEO, Founder, What on Earth Publishing

Contents What on Earth Books: New Titles Space Maps Zoom: Ocean & Space Music

Britannica Books: New Titles

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Britannica All New Children’s Encyclopedia 5-Minute Really True Stories for Bedtime and 5-Minute Really True Stories for Bedtime The Audiobook


Absolutely Everything! The Audiobook



Planet SOS Every Second Literally Amazing Islands Humanimal Absolutely Everything! Nose Knows Eye Spy Unseen Worlds Prehistoric Ocean Monsters Explorer series Timeline Wallbooks Timeline Stickerbooks North America The Story of Gibraltar The Magna Carta Chronicle


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Space Maps

Your Tour of the Universe Lara Albanese Illustrated by Tommaso Vidus Rosin Take a journey through the universe with these stunning maps of our solar system and beyond. • • • •

Oversized format, gorgeous illustration and incredible browsability make this a fantastic gift for any space-enthusiast A fascinating introduction to the way we map space Written by physicist Lara Albanese, of the Astrophysical Observatory of Arcetri in Florence, Italy Includes a glossary, index and source notes


This stunning large-format book guides readers on an incredible journey through the cosmos. Beginning with what can be seen from Earth, readers learn about how people from ancient cultures understood the stars and how they are interpreted by science now. Next come the planets and other celestial bodies in our Solar System, each one mapped out and explored with accompanying facts and mind-blowing figures. Take a trip to the International Space Station and then discover what incredible things can be found in the far-reaches of our universe – exoplanets, nebulae and more! With 24 detailed maps, this book is the perfect way for any budding astronomer to begin their space adventure.

Author Lara Albanese is a physicist with a speciality in the science and technology of matter. In addition to writing children’s books, she is the author of scientific papers and teaches at the Astrophysical Observatory of Arcetri in Florence, Italy.

Illustrator Tommaso Vidus Rosin loves creating illustration, graphics and cartoons, and he also enjoys calligraphy and lettering. He has designed several magazine covers and illustrated several books, for adults and children, including the best-selling title Future Atlas.

Price: ÂŁ18.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 96 pages Size: 370 x 270 mm Pub date: 3rd September 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9129205-5-6 Age range: 8+ years

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Ocean Adventure

Susan Hayes Illustrated by Sam Rennocks Dive into adventure! Join Noah as he visits Earth's most mysterious environment – the ocean. Die-cuts throughout and a surprise pop-up make every page an interactive experience as you come face to face with a Great White Shark, join dazzling fish on a coral reef and discover your very own pirate treasure. Price: £10.99 Format: Board book Extent: 36 pages Size: 170 x 150 mm Pub date: 2nd July 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9999679-9-4 Age range: From 12 months

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Space Adventure

Susan Hayes Illustrated by Susanna Rumiz

Blast off to adventure! Join Ava as she explores the furthest reaches of the solar system and beyond. Die-cuts throughout and a surprise pop-up make every page an interactive experience as you take a ride in a moon buggy, discover a Mars rover looking for life and watch the greatest show in outer space – a supernova explosion. ISBN 978-1-9999679-7-0

Price: £10.99 Format: Board book Extent: 36 pages 9 781999 967970 Size: 170 x 150 mm Pub date: 2nd July 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9999679-7-0 Age range: From 12 months



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A Fold-Out Graphic History

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Nicholas O’Neill and Susan Hayes Illustrated by Ruby Taylor Experience amazing musical moments from the first ever saxophone and early sound recording to the invention of the record and artificial intelligence, with this unique 2.5 metre fold-out timeline of the history of music. • • •

Published to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the opening of London’s Royal Albert Hall in 2021 Can be read as a book or folded out into an 2-sided, 2.5 metre timeline Covers music from prehistoric flutes, through Mozart and Louis Armstrong to BTS and Beyoncé 8

Price: £14.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 22 pages Size: 294 x 249 mm Pub date: 5th November 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9999679-3-2 Age range: 9+ years


Britannica All New Children’s Encyclopedia What We Know & What We Don’t

Edited by Christopher Lloyd Foreword by J.E. Luebering – Editoral Director of Encyclopaedia Britannica The first new children’s Britannica encyclopedia to be published in more than eight years, with all new material, specially commissioned illustrations and awe-inspiring information from world-experts across all aspects of knowledge. • • • •

Major marketing event including: an author tour; high-level multimedia, marketing and PR campaign; a programme of consumer events; in store point of sale and more More than 70 experts make this a book you can trust Includes expert attribution and quotes, cross-references, world maps and glossary Textured wibalin cover with foil and embossing 10

This substantial, gifty and compellingly browsable kids encyclopedia takes Britannica’s reputation for authentic, trustworthy information and brings it to a whole new audience. The gorgeous volume explores a wide range of child-friendly topics, using text, illustrations, infographics and photography, all in a stunning, sumptuous package. In keeping with Britannica’s reputation for expert involvement, each spread includes a credit to the expert involved with its creation, and special features highlight some of the most intriguing unsolved puzzles in science, archaeology, history and engineering. Chapter topics are: Universe, Earth, Materials, Life, Humans, Ancient & Medieval Times, Modern Times and Today & Tomorrow.

Britannica Group is a global education leader with over 250 years of dedication to seeking out facts and providing insight into the mysteries of the universe. Its beloved Encyclopaedia Britannica is the world’s oldest English-language general encyclopedia, first published in 1768 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Today, Britannica continues to create innovative and engaging learning experiences through books, digital content and educational tools. Over three thousand expert contributors have helped make Britannica what it is today. Britannica’s mission to inspire curiosity and the joy of learning helps build the world’s future thinkers and innovators. Price: £25.00 Format: Hardback Extent: 416 pages Size: 280 x 210 mm Pub date: 1st October 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9129204-7-1 Age range: 8–12 years

Christopher Lloyd graduated with a doublefirst-class degree in history from Cambridge University. He became Technology Editor with the Sunday Times newspaper in London and is now a bestselling author of more than fifteen books on world history including What on Earth Happened? (Bloomsbury), the series of What on Earth Timeline Wallbooks, Absolutely Everything! and more. He is in great demand as a lecturer and public speaker throughout the world, including at TEDx talks, conferences, educational seminars, museums, festivals and schools. Christopher Lloyd lives in Tonbridge, UK. J.E. Luebering is the Executive Editor of Encyclopaedia Britannica. He lives in Chicago. ISBN 978-1-912920-47-1

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Price: £12.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 192 pages Size: 267 x 197 mm Pub date: 15th October 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9129206-4-8 Age range: 4–8 years Authors and illustrators Stories by Sally Symes, Rachel Valentine, Jackie McCann, and Jennifer Arena. Illustration by Amy Grimes, Maddy Vian, Anneli Bray, Jacqui Lee, Christine Cuddihy, Katie Rewse, Natalie Smillie, Joanne Liu, Olivia Holden, and Katie Wilson.

5-Minute Really True Stories for Bedtime 30 amazing stories, featuring King Tut’s beds, snoozing grizzly bears, frozen frogs, the world’s biggest sleepover, the phases of the moon, and more. • • • • •

Finally, fact-loving kids get a 5-Minute book just for them! We consolidate learning in our sleep, so this book is a perfect way to end the day for kids to love facts and parents who care about education The 30 stories can be read one at a time or in groups All facts verified by Britannica experts ISBN 978-1-912920-64-8 Each story takes about five minutes to read and is perfect for reading aloud 9 781912 920648 12

5-Minute Really True Stories for Bedtime The Audiobook Read by Joanna Lumley Why do we sleep? Do animals dream? Where is the oldest bed in the world? In this compendium of 5-minute true stories, you will travel to Ancient Egypt to explore the five beds of Tutankhamun, jet off into space to see how astronauts get ready for bed, and plunge underwater to learn how hibernating turtles breathe through their bottoms. With up-to-the-minute, expert information and stunning artwork from ten talented illustrators, this book is the ultimate brainy bedtime companion for young children. Joanna Lumley OBE is an actress, presenter, writer and campaigner. She has appeared in many film, theatre and television productions. She has written several books, most recently Absolutely, a memoir. Joanna Lumley has travelled the world presenting documentaries from the Nile to Japan. Television and film work includes Absolutely Fabulous and The Wolf of Wall Street. In 2018 she toured in It’s All About Me a show about her work and life. Joanna lives in London with her husband, Stephen Barlow.

Price: £12.99 Format: Audiobook Running time: 2.22 hours (approx) ISBN: 978-1-913750-00-8 Pub date: October 15, 2020 Age range: 4–8 years

In November, bears head for their beds and roll into a furry ball. Their breathing slows down, and their heart rate drops from fifty-five to just nine beats a minute. As their body gets colder, they enter into a deep sleep called a torpor. If they’re left undisturbed, bears won’t wake for months. They don’t eat, drink or go to the loo because bears have an amazing ability to hold it all in. How? They develop a plug in their bottom made from dried poo!

Although a female bear mates in early summer, her babies won’t grow in her womb until she has entered her sleepy torpor. After two months, she gives birth to as many as four blind, bald and toothless cubs, each weighing little more than a large potato. They use all their baby strength to suckle milk from their mother who hardly even wakes throughout the whole process.

A Bear’s Year Jan Sleeps












Over the next few months, the little cubs grow fast and strong on their mother’s milk. And when winter melts away and spring finally arrives, they will be ready to leave the den with their mother who will be a lot slimmer but fit, strong and ready for breakfast!


Eats & eats then sleeps & sleeps...




Absolutely Everything! The Audiobook Read by Christopher Lloyd

Ideal for all ages 7–107, this entertaining, fast-paced narrative history connects all the essential dots of the past with personality, humour and flair. Running time is 7.5 hours split into 15 chapters of 20–25 minutes each. •

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The past, present and future of life on Earth chronicled in 15 exciting chapters – from the time of the dinosaurs, through classical empires, modern technologies and beyond Join author Christopher Lloyd to connect the dots of human’s journey through time Incredible facts and inspiring quotes bring history alive for listeners of all ages 14

Price: £16.99 Format: Audiobook Running time: 7.5 hours ISBN: 978-1-9129207-2-3 Pub date: June 1, 2020 Age range: 7+

Buckle up for an extraordinary ride through the 14-billion year history of absolutely everything! Written and narrated by best-selling world history author Christopher Lloyd, this remarkable story (which is far more amazing than anything you can make up) sweeps through natural history with the creation of planet Earth, the beginning of life, the age of dinosaurs, mass extinctions, and the rise of prehistoric humans. The story then leaps through the ancient civilizations and into medieval times, where wars, revolutions, and scientific inventions reshape the world. Finally we arrive in the modern age which brings with it new challenges of pollution, climate change, viral pandemics, and much more. How will a world of 8 billion humans survive in the future? Christopher Lloyd began his career as a journalist with the Sunday Times newspaper. Then, one day, he had a realisation: even with a 1st class degree in history from Cambridge University and experience as a science writer, there was so much about the world he didn’t know. So, he set out to write books that showed how seemingly unrelated events fit together. And so, Chris created the now bestselling Absolutely Everything!. A book that uses engaging prose and lively illustration and photography, to give diverse perspectives on the world. Chris now divides his time between writing inspiring books and delivering workshops to curious kids and his books have sold over 1 million copies. He lives in Tonbridge, Kent, with his wife and two adorable terriers.

‘From the Big Bang to computer technology, it tells, in simple, chatty sentences, a story that tries to account for as much as possible about our world!’ The Sunday Times Children’s Book of the Year ‘Perfect for any child who wants to know about absolutely everything.’ Telegraph Christmas Books 2018 ‘Absolutely fascinating. I love the mixture

of information, humour, photographs, illustrations and reflection. This creates a book that is fun and easy to read and accessibly informative...[It] can be enjoyed and appreciated by all the family.’


Absolutely Everything! A History of Earth, Dinosaurs, Rulers, Robots and Other Things Too Numerous to Mention Christopher Lloyd Illustrated by Andy Forshaw Price: £16.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 352 pages Size: 248 x 184 mm ISBN: 978-1-9998028-2-0 Age range: 7+ years

Absolutely Everything! has sold over 40,000 copies in 6 different languages worldwide ISBN 978-1-9998028-2-0

Shortlisted for the Teach Primary Book Awards 2019


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Backlist Planet SOS

22 Modern Monsters Threatening Our Environment (and What You Can Do to Defeat Them!) Written and illustrated by Marie G. Rohde Our planet is sending out an SOS. From global warming to plastic pollution, real-life environmental monsters are threatening our world at every turn. Now it’s your chance to challenge them! ISBN 978-1-912920-21-1

Price: £14.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 60 pages 9 781912 920211 Size: 300 x 240 mm Pub date: 2nd April 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9129202-1-1 Age range: 7+ years

Every Second

100 Lightning Strike, 8,000 Scoops of Ice Cream, 200,000 Text Messages, 3 Million Litres of Cow Burps...and Other Incredible Things That Happen Each Second Around the World Written and illustrated by Bruno Gibert This striking portrait of our world in numbers makes statistics fun and accessible to children and their grown-ups. ISBN 978-1-912920-29-7

Price: £12.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 56 pages 9 781912 920297 Size: 280 x 195 mm Pub date: 7th May 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9129202-9-7 Age range: 5+ years



Amazing Words and Where They Come From Patrick Skipworth Illustrated by Nicholas Stevenson Did you know that English words come from all over the world and that their meanings have changed along their journey? Our word ‘zero’ comes from the Arabic word for ‘empty space’. ‘Companion’ is from the Latin for ‘with bread’. With simple descriptions and dazzling, evocative and witty illustrations, this is a fascinating introduction to the rich history and cultural diversity of our language. Price: £11.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 32 pages Size: 265 x 275 mm Pub date: 7th May 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9129201-7-4 Age range: 6+ years ISBN 978-1-912920-17-4

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Amazing Islands 100+ Places That Will Boggle Your Mind

Sabrina Weiss Illustrated by Kerry Hyndman Discover 100 of the planet’s most magical islands — their wildlife, trees, diversity, people, treasures and more — in this beautifully illustrated book. ISBN 978-1-912920-15-0

Price: £14.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 64 pages 9 781912 920150 Size: 280 x 260 mm Pub date: 4th June 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9129201-5-0 Age range: 7+ years



Incredible Ways Animals are Just Like Us! Christopher Lloyd Illustrated by Mark Ruffle ‘These examples give a fascinating insight to the similarities between species and promote sympathy with the animal world – which can only be a good thing for future generations.’ Booktrust ISBN 978-1-912920-00-6

Price: £12.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 48 pages 9 781912 920006 Size: 280 x 260 mm ISBN: 978-1-9129200-0-6 Age range: 7+ years

Absolutely Everything!

A History of Earth, Dinosaurs, Rulers, Robots and Other Things Too Numerous to Mention Christopher Lloyd Illustrated by Andy Forshaw ‘From the Big Bang to computer technology, it tells, in simple, chatty sentences, a story that tries to account for as much as possible about our world!’ The Sunday Times Children’s Book of the Year ‘Perfect for any child who wants to know about absolutely everything.’ Telegraph Christmas Books 2018 Price: £16.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 352 pages

ISBN 978-1-9998028-2-0

Shortlisted for the Teach Primary Book Awards 2019

Size: 248 x 184 mm ISBN: 978-1-9998028-2-0 Age range: 7+ years


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Nose Knows

Wild Ways Animals Smell the World Emmanuelle Figueras Illustrated by Claire de Gastold Take a fresh look at the world from an animal’s perspective. In this fun flap-filled book, you’ll learn how smell plays a key role in the lives of animals and shapes their behaviour and relationships. Anything is possible when you follow your nose! Price: £14.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 38 pages Size: 330 x 245 mm ISBN: 978-1-9129200-6-8 Age range: 7+ years

Eye Spy

Wild Ways Animals See the World Written and illustrated by Guillaume Duprat ‘A beautifully put-together book exploring the different ways animals see’ Financial Times ‘Eye-mazing!’ National Geographic Kids Price: £14.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 36 pages Size: 330 x 245 mm ISBN: 978-1-9998028-4-4 Age range: 7+ years


ISBN 978-1-912920-06-8

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Unseen Worlds

Real-Life Microscopic Creatures Hiding All Around Us Written and illustrated by Hélène Rajcak and Damien Laverdunt Discover a hidden universe of microscopic monsters right before your eyes. Unfold each page to reveal stunningly detailed illustrations bursting with jelly-like amoebae, predatory centipedes, ravenous mosquitos and more mites than you could imagine. You’ll never see the world the same way again! Price: £14.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 36 pages

ISBN 978-1-9999679-6-3

Size: 292 x 228 mm ISBN: 978-1-9999679-6-3 Age range: 9+ years

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Dinosaurs, Megalodons and Other Fascinating Creatures of the Deep Past Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld Illustrated by Julius Csotonyi The perfect book for dinosaur lovers – travel back hundreds of millions of years, stopping in frozen ice ages, lush prehistoric rainforests and ancient oceans along the way. Bold illustrations and infographics allow children to discover fascinating creatures, including hungry dinosaurs and enormous mammoths. Price: £12.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 48 pages

Size: 280 x 216 mm ISBN: 978-1-9129200-4-4 Age range: 7+ years



Secrets of the deep Sabrina Weiss Illustrated by Giulia De Amicis ‘Jam-packed with hundreds of stylish illustrations, infographics and surprising facts about the stunning world beneath the waves.’ The Week Junior ‘The breadth of the subjects covered is impressive and each one is done brilliantly...A beautiful book.’ Books for Topics Price: £14.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 72 pages Size: 295 x 215 mm ISBN: 978-1-9999680-5-2 Age range: 8+ years


A Magic Lens Hunt for Creatures of Myth, Legend, Fairy Tale and Fiction Céline Potard Illustrated by Sophie Ledesma ‘This survey of monsters from folklore, literature and the movies is both informative and interactive.’ Financial Times ‘Unusual and full of the joy of stories, encouraging further reading and an interest in fictional characters.’ Parents in Touch Price: £14.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 32 Pages Size: 310 x 240 mm ISBN: 978-1-9999680-4-5 Age range: 6+ years

ISBN 978-1-9999680-4-5

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Explorer series ‘Simply sings to infophiles and visual learners alike.’ Juno Magazine Price: £9.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 38 pages + 8-page timeline Size: 240 x 240 mm Age range: 7+ years

Plants! Nick Forshaw Illustrated by William Exley 978-0-9955766-1-2

Mammals! Nick Forshaw Illustrated by William Exley 978-0-9955766-2-9

Dinosaurs! Nick Forshaw Illustrated by Andy Forshaw 978-0-9932847-7-9 ISBN 978-0-9932847-7-9

Bugs! Nick Forshaw Illustrated by William Exley 978-0-9955766-0-5 ISBN 978-0-9955766-0-5

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Timeline Wallbooks Christopher Lloyd Illustrated by Andy Forshaw Price: £12.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 18 pages + 8-page timeline Size: 360 x 270 mm Age range: 7+ years

The Shakespeare Timeline Wallbook 978-0-9954820-2-9 ISBN 978-0-9954820-2-9

The Nature Timeline Wallbook 978-0-9932847-9-3

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The Sports Timeline Wallbook 978-0-9954820-0-5 ISBN 978-0-9954820-0-5

The Big History Timeline Wallbook 978-0-9932847-8-6 ISBN 978-0-9932847-8-6

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The Science Timeline Wallbook 978-0-9954820-1-2 ISBN 978-0-9954820-1-2

The British History Timeline Wallbook 978-0-9930199-2-0

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The Wallbook Timeline Collection Includes Nature, Science and Big History 978-0-9955770-2-2

The What on Earth Timeline Collection Includes all six Wallbook titles 978-0-9954820-5-0 ISBN 978-0-9954820-5-0

ISBN 978-0-9955770-2-2

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Timeline Stickerbooks Christopher Lloyd Illustrated by Andy Forshaw Each stickerbook includes around 100 stickers, a beautifully illustrated 1.7-metre timeline with spaces to stick them on to and a poster of a historical event or species for colouring in. Price: ÂŁ6.99 Format: Paperback Extent: 16 pages + 8-page timeline Size: 297 x 210 mm Age range: 3+ years

The British History Timeline Stickerbook ISBN 978-0-9930199-4-4 978-0-9930199-4-4 ISBN 978-0-9930199-4-4

The Nature Timeline Stickerbook 978-0-9565936-8-9

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The Big History Timeline Stickerbook ISBN 978-0-9929249-8-0 978-0-9929249-8-0

The 978-0-9929249-1-1 Shakespeare ISBN

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The Science Timeline Stickerbook 978-0-9565936-9-6

The Sports Timeline Stickerbook 978-0-9929249-7-3 ISBN 978-0-9929249-8-0

Timeline Stickerbook 978-0-9929249-1-1

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North America

A Fold-Out Graphic History Sarah Albee Illustrated by William Exley A richly illustrated, fold-out graphic history of the United States, Mexico and the islands of the Caribbean. Price: £14.99 Format: Hardback Extent: 22 pages Size: 300 x 256 mm ISBN: 978-1-9999679-2-5 Age range: 8+ years

ISBN 978-1-9999679-2-5

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The Story of Gibraltar

A timeline guide to the history of the Rock from earliest times to the present day Patrick Skipworth Illustrated by Andy Forshaw Explore the history of the Rock, from millions of years ago to today, with this 2-metre long, visually stunning timeline! Perfect for history buffs of any age! Price: £14.95 | Format: Hardback Extent: 24 pages | Size: 297 x 210 mm ISBN: 978-0-9955770-4-6 | Age range: 7+ years

The Magna Carta Chronicle A Young Person’s Guide to 800 Years in the Fight for Freedom Christopher Lloyd Illustrated by Andy Forshaw • • • •

A historical approach to a topic of major relevance today – the story of rights, liberty and the rule of law Price: £8.99 More than 100 illustrations Format: Paperback A 2-metre long fold-out timeline Extent: 32 pages Created with the support of Size: 297 x 218 mm the Magna Carta 800th ISBN: 978-0-9930199-1-3 Anniversary Committee Age range: 12+ years


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