Topic-based non-verbal reasoning practice questions that set the foundation for success in 11+, Common Entrance or KS2 SATs exams. This new edition contains clear and full answer explanations in a pull-out answer section. Ideal for parents and children to work through without extra research.
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Kitty is a superhero-in-training with feline super powers. She dreams of being just like her superhero mum, but she’s still got a lot to learn. In Kitty and the Great Lantern Race, Kitty must catch a dastardly thief before he ruins the magic of the lantern parade.
Suitable for age 5+.
Kitty and her feline friends Pumpkin and Pixie discover a secret garden on a city rooftop, but as news of the garden spreads, not all that visit it choose to respect and care for the space. It’s up to Kitty to save the garden and its beauty from those who seem intent on destroying it.
Suitable for age 5+.
The Oxford Very First Dictionary, with its colourful clear layout and familiar first words, each with a simple definition and illustration, is a fun and easy way for young children to learn how to use a dictionary. Helps support early literacy skills.
In The Accidental Prime Minister, Joe Perkins was trying to save his local park when he accidentally ended up being Prime Minster. In this hilarious sequel, Joe is back. The people need someone to remind them about the good things in life; about how we can all come together to make the world a better place. Where there is grumpiness, may we bring giggles, where there is jelly, may we bring ice-cream, and where there are chairs, may we bring whoopee cushions!
Suitable for age 8+.
Jamie had thought that if he could just reach the boat then he could convince Mara to stay, but now he was on board and along for the ride. There was no going back, they were in this together – sailing to the islands at the edge of the world. A beautifully written tale of courage, friendship, and survival.
Suitable for age 9+
When their beloved teacher Master Chan is kidnapped, Suki and Bekko are given a secret mission to find him and bring him back! Their journey will be full of dangers – they must sail treacherous seas, deal with pirates, cross frozen wastes. And when they find Chan, what else is waiting for them . . . ?
Suitable for age 7+.
Winnie and Wilbur have just opened the latest door on their advent calendar when they wonder ‘who gives Santa a present’? This thought leads to an epic quest involving flying trains, broomstick sledges, and, of course, Father Christmas himself! A wonderful story told in chapters with fabulous full colour artwork throughout.
Suitable for age 5+