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Books with an activity or holiday related theme for children of all ages. All books are offered for purchase through so that you can buy with complete confidence.

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cover Camping Out (Usborne Farmyard Tales)
A fun tale about camping out for pre-school children.
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cover Maisy Goes Camping by Lucy Cousins
It's a beautiful day and Maisy's going camping in the countryside. But it's not easy pitching a tent, as Maisy and her friends soon find out. And even if they can get the tent ready before nightfall, will there be enough room in it for Maisy, Charley, Tallulah, Cyril and Eddie?
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cover Rosie's Holiday by Rachel Pank
Rosie doesn't want to go on holiday, she likes her own room and her own garden. But when Rosie arrives and discovers the sea, the boats and the beach, she finds that being on holiday is wonderful - and she doesn't want to leave.
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cover Spot Goes On Holiday by Eric Hill
This lift-the-flap book contains cheerful illustrations, large type and a simple story for young children.
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cover Children's Picture Atlas (Usborne)
This picture atlas provides a simple introduction to maps, world culture and geographical concepts for pre-school children. Each map shows the countries, their capital cities, most famous landmarks, longest rivers and highest mountains, while picture stories supplement the maps.
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cover The Great World Tour (Usborne)
This text takes readers on a trip around the world, with all kinds of puzzles and games to do along the way. Each picture brings to life a different place, from a market in Thailand to a ski resort in the Alps. Small pictures around the edge of the page show things to spot, and easy-to-read captions provide snippets of information.
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cover The Oxford First Book Of Children Of The World by Rebecca Treays
This book explores the amazing diversity of life around the world, through the stories of children. From life on a remote Australian sheep farm to work in a busy Indian market, children from different parts of the world talk about their lives - homes and families, school and play, celebrations, beliefs, and their hopes for the future.
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