This beautifully designed and fully illustrated atlas profiles the world’s major competitive sports, their political uses and abuses, and the profits that flow from their commercial development.
Essential reading not only for students and teachers of sports science, leisure and recreation, and physical education, this unique atlas will also appeal to anyone with an interest in the multi-faceted and all-embracing world of sport.
Size: 18.9cm x 24.5cm, 144 pages, paperback.
Experience this coming-of-age tale that brings to life the time of the Cultural Revolution. A young boy growing up in the hutongs of China discovers the heartache of loving and having to let go when he captures a bird, only to discover that she will not sing in confinement. Includes beautiful full-colour illustrations. Ages 8 and up. Hardback 128 pages. 21cm x 13.5cm Learn More
Retaining the fabular quality of the original Andersen story, this poetic version of the mermaid's tale takes place in a tribal cosmos, where the human is never isolated from the rest of nature. The worlds of water, land and air are intertwined, as the mermaid struggles to find a place for herself as a human being. Acclaimed Gond tribal artist, Bhajju Shyam has created matchless art plates for this handmade book. 30 page hardback book for all children. Size: 21.5cm x 24cm Learn More
This traditional rhyming tale takes children on a counting journey through Jill McDonald s colourful meadow scenes, meeting a variety of busy animal families along the way. Children will relish the vivid descriptions of the animals and their activities, from a bumpy mother toad and her baby basking in the sun to a hairy mother spider and her ten children spinning webs in a den.
Ages 3 to 6 years
Illustrated By: Jill McDonald
Sung By: Susan Reed
Paperback: 24 pages
Publisher: Barefoot Books; Paperback w CDEX edition (1 Mar 2012)
Product Dimensions: 22.5 x 0.3 x 24.7 cm Learn More
159 food-related missions for inquisitive kids. Mission:Explore FOOD has been created to tantalise children’s taste for adventure and test their understanding not only of where their food is from, but also of where it goes once they’ve finished eating. Learn More
Engaging and colourful pictures with a clear design that makes matching pieces straightforward. Develops shape, pattern and colour recognition skills, as well as coordination and dexterity. A companion to the popular singalong, Over in the Meadow. Learn More
Meet Lin Yi, a little boy with a big heart and a talent for bargaining. Tonight is the moon festival and he wants nothing more than a red rabbit lantern; but first he must buy the things his mother needs at the market. This heart-warming story shows the rewards of putting others first, with educational notes about the Chinese moon festival, life in rural China, and the legend of the moon fairy. Ages 5 to 9 years. Written By: Brenda Williams. Illustrated by Benjamin Lacombe. Paperback. Size: 25.5cm x 26cm Learn More