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Non-fiction books are often a great way to engage children who don't like reading stories.

Perfect for enquiring young minds, these engaging non-fiction books approach subjects from biography to nature and science to history in a variety of interesting ways.

  • Insect Detective

    Author: Steve Voake Illustrator: Charlotte Voake

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  • Insect Detective

    Author: Steve Voake Illustrator: Charlotte Voake

    A range of insects are introduced – wasps, solitary bees, ants, dragonflies – and their behaviour described.

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  • Music Legends

    Author: Herve Guilleminot and Jerome Masi

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  • Music Legends

    Author: Herve Guilleminot and Jerome Masi

    An informative, fun and cool guide to 40 of the greatest musical acts of the modern era, perfect for any young fans keen to learn …

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  • Everest

    Author: Sangma Francis & Lisk Feng

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  • Everest

    Author: Sangma Francis & Lisk Feng

    Children will love this beautiful and fascinating introduction to Everest, and it’s a particularly useful resource for primary sch…

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  • Fantastic Mr Dahl

    Author: Michael Rosen Illustrator: Quentin Blake

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  • Fantastic Mr Dahl

    Author: Michael Rosen Illustrator: Quentin Blake

    This new biography of Roald Dahl, written especially for children by former Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen, has been much…

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  • Just Ducks

    Author: Nicola Davies Illustrator: Salvatore Rubbino

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  • Just Ducks

    Author: Nicola Davies Illustrator: Salvatore Rubbino

    Every morning when she wakes up, a little girl hears the ducks quack down on the river that flows through the town.

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  • Space Kids

    Author: Steve Parker Illustrator: Andrea De Santis

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  • Space Kids

    Author: Steve Parker Illustrator: Andrea De Santis

    Including topics such as stars, planets, moons, gravity and even how astronauts are able to eat and sleep, each page of this fasci…

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