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  1. As seen on The Late Late Show with James Corden Supporting STEM education initiatives and the maker movement, the National Parenting Publication Award-winner Maker Lab includes 28 kid-safe projects and crafts that will get young inventors' wheels turning and make science pure fun. Each step-by-step activity is appropriate for kids ages 8-12, and ranked easy, medium, or hard, with an estimated time frame for completion. Requiring only household materials, young makers can build an exploding volcano, race balloon rocket cars, construct a solar system, make a lemon battery, and more. Photographs and facts carefully detail the "why" and "how" of each experiment using real-world examples to provide context so kids can gain a deeper understanding of the scientific principles applied. With a foreword by Jack Andraka, a teen award-winning inventor, Maker Lab will help kids find their inner inventor and create winning projects for school projects, science fairs, and beyond.
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  2. This series of fascinating tales, graded in four levels, is ideal for children as first readers. The short, simple text in large print and the interesting illustration in full colour will make children want to read the stories again and again. Level 1- Age 5 and aboveLevel 2- Age 6 and aboveLevel 3- Age 7 and aboveLevel 4- Age 8 and above
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  3. A delightful picture book inspired by Jack Kerouac’s On The Road. In this rendition, a scat singing, be bopping jack rabbit travels across the United States and marvels at all the wonders that the country reveals, from hopping on the subway in Brooklyn to playing the jukebox in Chicago to Mount Rushmore to Golden Gate in San Francisco. Written with the rhythm of a beat poem and the spirit of Kerouac, it’s an exuberant story of experiencing all the world has to offer with wide eyed awe. There is also a brief author’s note in back that simply explains the connection to Kerouac.
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  4. The garden behind Jack’s house has gone wild with creatures set loose by the magic beans Jack and his kid sister Maddy planted. One particularly mean creature has kidnapped Maddy and carried her off. Now Jack and his neighbor Lilly must follow her to a world between worlds beyond the vines and stalks, where giants grind the bones of human children to feed their beast in the castle up above, and a fearsome goblin king rules down below. It’ll take more than Lilly’s bag of concoctions and tricks, and more than one hero, to rescue Maddy, reunite Jack’s family, and bring them all safely home again.
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  5. There was once a group of trees that was fed up with living in a deep, dark, and crowded valley, so it moved to the enchanted forest. But as everybody knows, trees cannot walk without magic. This is the story of how Jack, the small boy with the...
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  6. In Lift-the-Flap Fairy Tales: Jack and the Beanstalk, the traditional fairy tale is retold in irreverent, playful rhyme that's perfect for reading aloud, and brilliantly accompanied by Nick Sharratt's bright and vibrant...
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  7. Jack's Awesome Lunchbox! An insulated lunchbox to keep your lunch fresh + 4 Hey Jack! books Jack's Awesome Lunchbox includes: � The Big Adventure � The Party Invite � The Playground Problem � The Worry Monsters
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  8. Three favourites from Hey Jack! Join in with Hey Jack!, the bestselling early-reader series by Sally Rippin, the award-winning author of Billie B Brown! These enormously popular books follow the everyday adventures of Jack, who has lots of friends, loves playing soccer, and always tries to be brave. What happens when you put a bumpy horse ride, a feather-monster battle and a talent show together? Jack’s most exciting adventures! Jack’s Exciting Stories contains three favourite books in one: The Bumpy RideThe Bravest KidThe Scary Solo This series is packed with down-to-earth, real-life stories that boys will love and relate to. Each book is carefully designed with word art and illustrations, and there are no mountains of text or super-tricky words to intimidate the early reader. Perfect for kids aged 4-7.
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  9. Three favourites from Hey Jack! Join in with Hey Jack!, the bestselling early-reader series by Sally Rippin, the award-winning author of Billie B Brown! These enormously popular books follow the everyday adventures of Jack, who has lots of friends, loves playing soccer, and always tries to be brave. What happens when you put carols, a sleepover and a camping trip together? Jack’s favourite holiday stories! Jack’s Holiday Stories contains three favourite books in one: The Big AdventureThe Lost ReindeerThe Worst Sleepover This series is packed with down-to-earth, real-life stories that boys will love and relate to. Each book is carefully designed with word art and illustrations, and there are no mountains of text or super-tricky words to intimidate the early reader. Perfect for kids aged 4-7.
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  10. OF COURSE you think I was the bad guy, terrifying poor little Jack. You don’t know the other side of the story. Well, let me tell you… This fractured fairy tale provides a fresh perspective on a well-known tale.
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  11. You are strapped tightly into your seat on the bullet train. The mountain track is so steep, the aisle is a staircase. As the train accelerates at top speed, a passenger slips out of his seat and begins to fall to the back of the train. He will probably die. Do you unstrap yourself to save him, or do you stay in your seat? Countdown the minutes in Jack Heath's terrifying story of your survival, or your demise! You decide.About the AuthorJack Heath is the pen name of an award-winning children’s author. He was born in 1985 and moved to Canberra in 1989. His books include The Cut Out, the Scream series, Replica and many other action-packed thrillers for young people, published in several languages around the world. In the course of his research he has trained with firearms, performed street magic, visited morgues and prisons, travelled through Russia and read only books by women for a year. When he’s not touring schools, libraries and festivals around the world, he lives in Gunghalin with his wife and their son. Jack is a proud member of the ACT Writers Centre (and deputy chair on the board). He encourages all writers who wish to improve their skills or their career prospects to join their local writing organisation.
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  12. Jedi apprentices and little princesses will delight in this (heart)felt retelling of the Star Wars saga. And so will Star Wars fans of any age! The series launches with the original trilogy, and every word counts in these small but perfectly formed yarns. That's because each volume features 12 iconic scenes, handcrafted in felt and pithily summarised in just a single word. The attention to detail is eye-opening; the proportions are just-right for small hands; the fun is guaranteed. In A New Hope, Princess Leia sends a hologram message through R2-D2, Luke Skywalker will learn how to use a lightsaber, and our heroes triumph.About the Author Jack and Holman Wang are twin brothers who grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia. They first began writing and illustrating books together in the third grade. Jack earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from the University of Arizona and a Ph.D. in English with an emphasis in creative writing from Florida State University, where his major area was the history of the novel. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Writing at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York, where he specialises in fiction writing and has served as Chair. Jack is currently on sabbatical, spending the 2014-2015 academic year at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England on a writing fellowship. Holman is a former middle-school teacher and corporate lawyer. He has an education degree, a masters degree (architecture history) and a law degree, all from the University of British Columbia. He is the author of Bathroom Stuff, a nonfiction coffee table book on the history of everything in your bathroom, published by SourceBooks in 2001. His work has been featured in newspapers and on TV and radio, including NPR and the CBC. He left his job as a lawyer in late 2012 to pursue children's writing and illustration full-time. Jack has 2 young daughters, ages 6 and 4. Holman has a 5-year-old daughter and a 3-year-old son. Jack and Holman both lo
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  13. From acclaimed illustrator Ed Bryan, this magical retelling of the world's favourite fairy tale is perfect for sharing with the very young. When Jack and his mother fall on hard times, they decide to sell their only cow. But Jack's mother is not impressed when her son comes home with a handful of magic beans. The beans go straight out of the window... where they grow into an enormous beanstalk! At the top of the beanstalk, Jack finds a giant castle in the clouds. Inside, there are lots of people who need his help, there are lots of stolen treasures, and there's a very angry giant. Where will Jack's adventures lead him? About the Author Ever since his art teacher told Ed's parents that their son blossomed in the art room, Ed has followed an artistic path, studying industrial design and working as a 3D artist, animator, and illustrator on video games such as Viva Pinata. He likes nothing better than making up stuff and colouring it in. Ed grew up in Suffolk, in a house full of home computers and pencils.
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  14. The Spiderwick Chronicles meets Stranger Things in this thrilling new series for only the bravest of children. After a chance encounter in a dark and stormy forest, two siblings are caught up in the dangerous underworld of fairies and must fight their way free.    A storm is raging around the forests of Transylvania, where siblings Anna and Max are visiting with the Professor. Left alone to explore a creepy old inn, the children discover that something evil is lurking in the trees – and it just might have a taste for human blood.    When Max goes missing, it’s up to Anna and her new friend Isabella to rescue him. Setting out in the dead of night, with the storm howling around them, the girls will face peril after peril. Only one thing is certain: even if Anna can find a way to rescue her brother, Max will never be the same again …  The Vampire Knife is the first book in The Witching Hours, a spine-tinglingly spooky new series by Jack Henseleit for readers 8+.About the AuthorJack Henseleit was born on a winter evening in 1991, just after the stroke of midnight. When the weather is dark and stormy, he writes fairy tales - real fairy tales, where witches and goblins play tricks on unwary girls and boys. Not all of the tales have happy endings. The Vampire Knife is his first novel.
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  15. In this delightful picture book, loosely inspired by Jack Kerouac's On the Road, a scat-singing, bebopping jackrabbit travels across the United States and marvels at all the wonders that the country reveals from hopping on the subway in New York City to playing a jukebox in Chicago, and from gazing at Mount Rushmore to crossing the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Written in the rhythm and spirit of Beat poetry, Hit the Road, Jack is an exuberant story of experiencing all the country has to offer with wide-eyed awe. About the Author Robert Burleigh has written many acclaimed and award-winning books for children. He lives with his wife in Grand Haven, Michigan. Ross MacDonald is known for his editorial illustrations as well as his children’s books. He lives in Connecticut, where he operates Brightwork Press.
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  16. Brad has fallen into the lion enclosure, and the big cats are hungry! Charith takes the wheel of an out-of-control bus after an explosion. Iresha hears strange noises... from beneath the seabed. Daniel crawls into a waste crusher after a building collapseand then it gets switched on. Tak's class goes on an excursion to an army base and now an experimental military robot is hunting them. Jack Heaths next 10 nail-bitingly dangerous short stories will fascinate and terrify during each full 40-minute count down, as the dangerous situations play out right down to the last crucial moment. Who will live and who will die? Forty minutes of danger, in 40 minutes* of reading time! *Based on average reading speed.About the AuthorJack Heath is the pen name of an internationally bestselling author. He wrote The Cut Out, the Countdown To Danger series and fourteen other action-packed thrillers for young people, which have been shortlisted for multiple awards and published in several languages around the world. In the course of his research he has trained with firearms, performed street magic, visited morgues and prisons, travelled through Russia and read only books by women for a year. When he’s not touring schools, libraries and festivals around the world, he lives in Gunghalin. He is the inventor of the invisible bookend and a 5-minute meal you can eat at your desk.
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  17. Devin and his sister Violet are visiting their Uncle Jack for the summer. He lives in an old house by the seashore. Jack was a sailor and he has collected strange and fascinating items from the sea. Exploring a back room, Devin and Violet discover a locked trunk. A pirate’s chest. The trunk is wrapped in old, heavy chains and locked with a huge rusted lock. But they manage to get it open. They lift the lid slowlyand see that it’s filled with antique jack-in-the-boxes. Huh? One box is hidden under the others, covered in dust. It plays an odd unpleasant song. Up pops a very ugly, mean-looking puppet, an old pirate with a dirty red bandana over his long greasy hair, scars on his cheeks, and a beard, and one eye missing. “Thanks for letting Sailor Jack out!” he rasps, bouncing on his spring. Devin and Violet now face new and troubling questions: Will Jack return them to their uncle? Just how much is a pirate’s promise worth?
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  18. Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom.
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