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By Spilsbury, Louise
Book. English.
Published Oxford: Heinemann Library, 2001

By Spilsbury, Louise
Paperback. English.
Published Oxford: Heinemann Library, 2007
New ed
Offers practical advice for children on keeping pets. This book explains exactly what it is like to own a pet, how to look after it and what health problems...

By Spilsbury, Louise
Book. English.
Published Oxford: Heinemann Library, 2004
'Wild Habitats of the British Isles' is a series written for children aged between eight and ten years. Each of the books in the series explores different...

By Spilsbury, Louise
Book. English.
Published Oxford: Heinemann Library, 2003
In a series of books aimed at primary age children, Louise Spilsbury presents facts and promotes awareness of difference and disability covering a range...

By Spilsbury, Louise
Book. English.
Published Oxford: Heinemann Library, 2006
One of a series of titles offering young readers guidance and instruction on keeping and caring for a range of the most common types of pet

By Spilsbury, Louise, author
Hardback. English.
Published London: Raintree, 2014
What can you spot on a nature walk? This new series encourages readers to look carefully at diverse natural environments, from the beach to the city,...

By Spilsbury, Louise, author
Paperback. English.
Published London: Raintree, 2014
Read 'Animals in Danger in Africa' to learn about the animals struggling to survive on the Earth's second largest continent. Clear maps and a helpful...

By Spilsbury, Louise
Hardback. English.
Published London: Wayland, 2016
With their stunning colours and array of life, coral reefs seem lush, inviting, and beautiful. However, like all biomes around the world, coral reefs...

By Spilsbury, Louise
Hardback. English.
Published London: Franklin Watts, 2016
Natural disasters devastate communities. They reshape the landscape and can alter people's ways of life in an area for years after the event. Learn all...

By Spilsbury, Louise
Paperback. English.
Published Oxford: Raintree, [2019]
Froghoppers can hide themselves from predators in their own spit! They can jump 140 times their own body length! That's like a human jumping over a skyscraper...
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