7 New Non Fiction for children: House of Horrible and… play Disney infinity without limits!

Horrible Science: Frightful Flight.

In this brand new version of Frightful Flight, discover (and laugh yourself silly) over all the dreadful (and horrible) details that your teacher won’t tell you and information about some seriously silly flying stunts, find out which scientist was blown up in a balloon, and learn how to build a world-beating plane. With fantastic fact files, quirky quizzes and crazy cartoons, this text is a real high-flier! Great resource to use for science homework.




Horrible Science: Body Owner’s Handbook.

This book is a must read book for all you Horrible Science fans out there! You will enjoy discovering how their auto-repair function works and where their top-of-the-range sensory equipment is in the guide that nobody can do without. With a new cover look and extra horrible bits at the back of the book, this title is sure to reach a new generation of readers.


A Little ABC Book.

Forget C is for Cookie, start thinking A is for Alpaca. This gorgeous book is filled with poems and pictures for ‘little people’, picked by ‘little people’ Over 26 weeks, littlies in the community voted on a little animal for all 26 letters of the alphabet. A great resource to introduce littlies to animals and the alphabet. Defiantly a Librarian’s choice read!




Horrible Science: Killer Energy.

Prepare to be shocked, amazed and horrified! In ‘Killer Energy’ readers discover why space loos spray out frozen pee and ‘Shocking Electricity’ exposes how Hammerhead sharks use electricity to track its victims. These two titles contain fantastic fact files and quirky quizzes, teacher tests and crazy cartoons. Great resource to find facts on electricity.




Disney Infinity: Play without Limits.

A race car match between Lightning McQueen and Davy Jones?! Pirates of the Caribbean vs. Zurgbots?!,  and Wreck-it-Ralph a closet chess player?! Yep believe it or not, all this is happening in the wonderful (alternate) world of. Disney Infinity: Play without Limits. This book is amazing, not mention features all your favourite Infinity characters from Disney Infinity, a unique video game with infinite possibilities for imaginative gameplay in Toy Box mode and amazing locations in Play Set mode. Join Woody, Captain Jack Sparrow, Lightning McQueen, Hiro and Baymax, Maleficent and more Disney characters as they interact in the wonderful world of Infinity… and beyond!

Hands down, a fantastic read!




Horrible Science: Microscopic Monsters.

This text features science with the squishy bits left in! What makes your guts a brilliant home for bacteria? Which creature lays its eggs between your toes? Why is your toothbrush covered in germs? Get the answers in this book!




Murderous Maths: The Brain Bending Basics.

Ready for Maths like you have never seen it before? Read this book and discover how dominoes can be deadly, who would win an impossible race and how numbers can have superpowers and much more.

New Non Fiction: The gross, the angry and just plain horrible.

Prepare to be shocked! Prepare to be horrified! Prepare to be… grossed out! Read at your own risk!

Check out the new junior non fiction from:

Horrible Histories and Horrible Science:

Angry Animals.

Which scientist ate a poisonous snake for dinner? Where can you find a dragon with bad breath? Who made false teeth for an elephant? Discover all the awful answers and more in the latest book from Horrible Science called Angry Animals. Reading this book will make you think twice about everything you know about your favourite animals. This is the science book to read with all the squishy bits left in!





 Cruel Crime.

Horrible Histories and Terry Deary has  done it again with the latest book from the series. Discover all the foul facts, gore and much more in Cruel Crime. You will also discover answers to the following questions like who was sentenced to death, by coffee, Where you could be whipped for flying a kite and why a cockerel was burnt at the stake.





National Geographic Kids.

That’s Gross!

Warning! This book may cause cringing, squirming, gasping and outright disgust! Read at your own risk! Sounds like your kind of book? Then keep reading…

Check out this new (and disgusting) read from National Geographic Kids which is bound to make your tummy churn. You will learn about the gross and disgusting trivia that shares historical information, cultural tidbits and sickening scientific sidebars on everything from nose picking and insect-based foods to hairballs and digestive commonalities. More than enough information to put you off your lunch.



Science Museum.

Brains, bodies, guts and stuff.

Ever wanted to read about the human body with no boring bits? Then look no further. This book explores everything from cells to organs to breathing to blood flow to scabs and rashes to broken bones and brain power. Includes puzzles, quizzes and experiments. Also find out what happens in your head during a headache and what toes are for.






That’s Gross!

The series title takes the words out my mouth! Check out the new and latest books from this series.

Gross things about your pets.

You think you know everything about your pets. They’re cute, they’re cuddly, they’re… gross! Read all about the gross things that your pets do, like dogs and cats sweating through their paws, rabbits producing two types of droppings and cats drinking grass juice. Some gross things are good, while others are not. Decide for yourself whether those facts are cool or gross.





Gross things about your food.

This will make you think twice about the food you eat. Read all about gross things you didn’t know about food, like microorganisms age beef, people in Nigeria eat locuts and  sheep’s cheese is made using maggots. Also learn about some foods that some may find tasty while other might find gross.



Time Travel, House of Horrors and All the world’s your stage.

Here’s some new non fiction for the New Year.

Lighting Our World: A Year of Celebrations.

Whether its setting off fireworks in celebration of a historic day or lighting a lantern in remembrance of a loved one that has passed away, every culture has its unique set of customs. Filled with beautifully detailed illustrations, Lighting our world shines a light on familiar and unusual festivals that are celebrated each month of the year. Learn about holidays celebrated around the world from the one’s you know, like Easter, Halloween, Christmas and Hanukkah to the less known, like Las Fallas, Buddha’s birthday and Obon: Festival of the dead.




On Stage Theater Games and Activities for Kids.

Think you got what it takes to be an actor? Or you have a speech to prepare for and want to boast your confidence? Then with this exciting new read, all the world’s your stage. On Stage Theater Games and Activities for Kids is filled with acting and theater games that help children learn how to express themselves with their voices and bodies, as well as enhance children’s self esteem and manage public speaking fears.  Also filled with games and activities to cover basic theater vocabulary, puppetry and pantomime, sound effects, costumes, props, and makeup.


Doctor Who: The Official Doctionary.

Do you ever have moments when you wonder what someone else is talking about, especially if that someone happens to be Doctor Who talking about the Blinovitch Limitation Effect and regeneration? Not to fear, In this book, the Doctor takes you through all those tricky Time Lord words and phrases to teach you everything you need to know for travelling through time and space in the Time And Relative Dimension In Space (TARDIS) with him. The Doctor’s dictionary is the  essential book for all budding time travelers and intergalactic companions. Great for ages 7 to 12 years and anyone who is a fan of Doctor Who.




Horrible Science: House of Horrors.

Welcome to the House of Horrors! This book isn’t about just any house, it’s about your house and its uninvited guests. You will read and learn all the revolting facts like what bugs eat their own poo, how many litres of wee can a mouse produce a year and why you would hire a giant centipede that will be enough to scare you out of your own house and put you off your food… for life!


Harlem’s Little Blackbird.

This biography is a  tribute to a little known but much loved member of the Harlem Renaissance elite, Florence Mills, a performer whose story may have faded from the history books, but whose influence resonated long after she sang her last song. Florence Mills’ story  includes coverage of her youth as a child of former slaves, her singing and dancing performances that inspired songs and entire plays, and the struggles with racism that prompted her advocacy of all-black theater and musicals.




Julie Andrews’ Treasury For All Seasons: Poems and Songs to Celebrate the Year.

We remember her as Mary Poppins and Maria from The Sound of Music, but now Julie Andrews and her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton have put together this beautiful book of poems and songs that celebrate every moment of the year. This keepsake collection includes poems written by famous poets such as Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson,  Walt Whitman and even some written by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton that will encourage an early love for poetry.