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Cock-a-doodle-hoooooo! —Manning, Mick.

When a tired, lonely owl finds shelter in a hen house during a storm, he is awakened by a flock of bossy hens who try to force him to be a cockerel, until he demonstrates what he can do for them.

The secrets of Stonehenge —Manning, Mick, author.

"Why was this amazing monument erected? How did our Stone - Age ancestors bring such massive stones to the site from so far away? How did they raise the enormous stones to their upright positions? What was Stonehenge use...

Story of paintings : a history of art for children —Manning, Mick.

Take a wonderful journey through time to discover the story of paintings, from Stone Age cave art to the graffiti-inspired work of Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Snap! —Manning, Mick.

There's a fly buzzing by -- "Snap!" Fly is eaten by Frog. Following the food chain, each creature plays its part. Frog is eaten by Duckling, and Duckling is eaten by Pike. Soon Fisherman is polishing off Pike. But is the...

The world is full of babies! —Manning, Mick.

Presents information about how human babies as well as many different kinds of animal babies grow and development from before birth through early childhood.

Dino-dinners —Manning, Mick.

Provides information on the eating habits of dinosaurs.

Art school —Manning, Mick.

Lots of information for kids about how to draw many things, and how to make many things, including collages, sculptures, masks, and much more.

Drama school —Manning, Mick.

Provides information and advice on putting on all kinds of stage shows, discussing scripts, learning to act, working backstage, costumes and make-up, sound effects, and more.

The Beatles —Manning, Mick, author, illustrator.

An introduction to The Beatles includes coverage of Lennon's Liverpool childhood, the friendship between McCartney and Harrison, the contributions of manager Brian Epstein and record label boss George Martin, and the gro...

Wild adventures —Manning, Mick.

Develop self-sufficiency skills and explore nature with the activities in this book. Topics covered include: tracking skills; wildlife spotting; foraging for wild food and cooking outdoors; how to light a fire safely (wi...

Honk! honk! —Manning, Mick.

A girl takes a journey with a wild goose and her flock as they migrate to their nesting grounds in the distant, snowy north.

Think of a beaver —Wallace, Karen.

Pictures and rhythmic text provide a close-up look at the habits and homes of North American beavers.

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