Did you know that the giant sequoia is the tallest tree on Earth or that clouds are formed by billions of tiny ice crystals? BrainBox Nature is packed full of interesting facts about nature in 70 beautifully-illustrated cards.
Did you know that a male kangaroo is called a boomer? Or that the okapi is only found in Africa and can lick its own ears? In BrainBox Animals, 70 beautifully-illustrated cards show interesting facts about animals from around the world, including where they live, what they eat, whether they are endangered, how large they grow and how long they live.
BrainBox My First Science is a fun way to help younger children with early science concepts, covering areas such as plants, animals, habitats and materials. Designed for children aged five to seven, this game has been developed by an experienced primary school teacher, is suitable for all ability levels and is great fun!
Calling all Little Explorers! Let´s take a closer look at the amazing human body and find out what goes on under your skin.
Lift the flaps to see how the brain works, what keeps you going, how babies grow and more - there´s so much to explore!
Tells the spectacular stories of courageous women who pioneered careers.
Climb to the top of Everest with fearless mountaineer, Junko Tabei.
Travel high up in the sky with Sophie Blanchard and her big, beautiful balloon. Calculate mind-fizzing formulas with mathematician Katherine Johnson to send the first men to space!
Learn about the constellations about us.
Every night, the sky is filled with stars that tell a thousand stories. From brave warriors to ferocious beasts and magical friends, each star shines brighly.
What stories will you see in the Starry Skies tonight?
Pluto is peeved. And who can blame him? He was proud to be a member of the solar system´s nine planets, until Poof!, he was kicked out - and no one told him why.
Now Pluto is on a mission to find out why he was expelled.