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An Absolute Sell Out!

It with great joy and pride that What on Earth Books can announce the complete sell out of its autumn world history book Absolutely Everything! Designed to connect together the dots of the past through 13.8 billion years in 15 chapters, Absolutely Everything! went ‘unavailable’ on Amazon just 8 weeks after launch. A second printing is now well underway with new stocks due in bookshops and online by the end of February 2019.

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An amazing book that deserves to be kept forever!

Scoop Magazine. January 2019 issue reviews Christopher Lloyd's world history book for kids, Absolutely Everything! Read all about it! We'd like to thank to wonderful Oscar, aged 10, for being writing such a fabulous review. And we are thrilled you enjoyed it!

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Autumn aprons at the ready!

“Autumn days when the grass is jewelled and the silk inside a chestnut shell”. Who didn’t love belting that one out in assembly? But not only does the month of October bring with it glorious misty mornings and the crunch of rusty leaves beneath our feet, but also…National Baking Week! That’s right my friends, an […]

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Finally…National Ice Cream Day is here!!

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! There seems to be a national day for everything now, almost to the point of ridiculousness, but one that I am firmly in favour of, or should I say, flavour of, is National Ice Cream Day on 17th July. We hardly need a special day […]

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National Share-A-Story Month

“Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May” said Shakespeare in Sonnet 18, and don’t we know it! Following our gorgeously sunshine-filled April, this bad weather is an unwelcome turn of events to say the least. Having encouraged you all to get outside and enjoy the delights that Spring nature has to offer us, […]

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Spring has sprung!

Spring is finally in the air, and with the sun scheduled to get his hat on this week, it’s the perfect time to get outdoors and encourage children to explore the natural world around us. Daffodils and lambs are popping up everywhere, the woods are carpeted in bluebells and magnolia trees are in glorious full […]

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Shakespeare Week

Monday 12th March marks the official start of Shakespeare Week – Hooray! A whole week dedicated to celebrating this wonderful and much-loved playwright. But with language deemed too flowery and complex for children, how are we to teach the youth of today about what this talented Englishman of old has written? Yes, your average 7-year-old […]

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World Book Day

Next month will see the annual appearance of one of my favourite days of the year. A special day when in playgrounds across the country you can see Gangsta Granny playing football with Harry Potter, Willy Wonka laughing with Angelina Ballerina and The Hungry Caterpillar chasing the Gruffalo. Yes, 1st March is World Book Day, […]

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Illinois Chronicles to go to every school in the State!

What on Earth Publishing is delighted to announce that the Illinois200 Bicentennial Committee is funding the purchase and distribution of 10,000 copies of The Illinois Chronicles, a new approach to learning about State history K-12. All 5,000 schools in the State will receive two copies of the book, which is officially published on February 12th […]

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Embrace children’s natural curiosity this Christmas

The run up to Christmas gift giving is the perfect time to embrace the natural curiosity of children. The Timeline Wallbooks from What on Earth? make learning about the world around us fun and tangible, for both children and adults alike. With 6 titles to choose from, you can explore the history of the world, […]

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Timeline Collection Wins Top U.S. Award

What on Earth Publishing’s ground-breaking series of fold-out timelines – The Timeline Collection – yesterday won the prestigious gold medal in the Parents’ Choice Foundation non-fiction children’s book awards. The awards, established in 1978, are one of the most highly respected in the country.