Angela Wilkes

Angela Wilkes is an award-winning writer and editor renowned for lively, engaging books children read over and over again. She excels in presenting information in an original and straightforward way -- a gift that has been recognized by children and parents alike across the world. Her long list of titles spans a diverse range of topics including My First Nature Book, Simple Science, The Big Book of Dinosaurs, My World, Your World, and The Best Book of Ballet.
 
 


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Discover Science: Animal Homes
Discover Science
by Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

Animal Homes presents the wonderful diversity of places and spaces that animals use for shelter. The eyecatching photography and age-appropriate text are a...


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The Best Book of Ballet
The Best Book of
Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

This engaging series is tailored to young children's interests and reading level. Lively text explains the basics of a popular subject, while intriguing facts...


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Science Kids Animal Homes
Science Kids
Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

Animal Homes presents the different places and spaces that animals choose to call home. Through the engaging text and pictures, children will learn to...


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Kingfisher Young Knowledge: Animal Homes
Kingfisher Young Knowledge
Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

Animal Homes introduces the different places and spaces that animals choose to call home. Children will learn about clues that will help them locate different...


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Kingfisher Knowledge: Dangerous Creatures
Kingfisher Knowledge
Angela Wilkes; Steve Leonard
Kingfisher

Explore the realm of the world's most terrifying animals -- from the largest lions to tiny mosquitoes.


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Little Encyclopedia of Our World
The Little Encyclopedia
Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

The Little Encyclopedia of Our World is a conveniently sized, portable reference designed to help today's youngsters find the answers to their many questions,...


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Question Time: Birds
Question Time
Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

Why do birds sit on their eggs?, Why do Peacocks show off?, and Why are many birds in danger? are among the fine-feathered questions answered in this...


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Question Time: Reptiles
Question Time
Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

Children are very curious about cold-blooded, scaly creatures and this colorful book answers such questions as What is the difference between tortoises and...


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Question Time: Rainforest
Question Time
Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

Question Time: Rain Forest explores wet and leafy habitats and asks a variety of questions such as How do bees help orchids? Why do chameleons change color? ...


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My World

Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher


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Question Time: Human Body
Question Time
Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

Why do you have two ears? How do muscles work? and Why do some people wear glasses? These are some of the questions answered in this informative and lively...


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Question Time: Seashore
Question Time
Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

Why is seaweed slimy? and What lives in a rock pool? are some of the questions answered in this informative and appealing investigation of life at the seashore.


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Your World

Angela Wilkes
Kingfisher

Your World is designed to help today's youngsters find the answers to their many questions, either by themselves, or with the help of a parent or educator. ...


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