SuperQuesters: The Case of the Angry Sea : 4


by Bernard, Dr Thomas | Picture storybooks
Published 14/03/2024 by QuestFriendz in Netherlands as part of the SuperQuesters series
Paperback | 32 pages

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Discover your inner superhero in the further adventures of the intrepid SUPERQUESTERS! This STEM-sational series inspires a love of STEM learning in children aged 5+ through a unique blend of adventure stories and interactive play. Read the book, solve the quests using stickers and learn STEM skills in immersive ways never done before. Supports the National Curriculum for Key Stage 1 in Science, Computing and Maths.

When Lilli, Bea and Leo need inspiration for how to clean up their local river, they journey to Questland to research ideas for a machine to clear up the rubbish. Upon their arrival, the trio discover the sea is in a state of fury and unrest and only they can help. Lord Grumble has teamed up with Captain Blackwaters on a terrifying tanker. They are tearing through the waters of Questland, leaking oil and littering, polluting the watery habitat and marine life. The SuperQuesters set out to stop the dastardly duo, clean up the waters of Questland and rescue the marine life. Along the way, Lilli, Bea and Leo – and the reader – must use their STEM skills to save otters from an oil spill, rescue a narwhal and stop the pirate robots. Can you help the SuperQuesters to save Questland’s sea? And will Lilli, Bea and Leo find inspiration for their river cleaning invention? This unique interactive story with hands-on activities is expertly designed to support the National Curriculum for Key Stage 1 Science, Computing and Maths to help children develop their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) skills in innovative new ways. Children develop over 14 STEM skills including problem solving, coding, sequencing and algorithms as they complete each interactive quest… and discover their inner superhero along the way.

Motivating and empowering, each book features over 100 reusable stickers including magical charm rewards and a reward chart to help children mark their progress and celebrate success. To support grown-ups, spark children’s curiosity and bring the adventure further to life there’s a ‘how to use this book’ guide, fun facts, glossary and answer page.

If you’re a superhero enthusiast, love learning through play or enjoy books such as Ada Twist, Scientist, Clean Up! and the Fantastically Great Women series, you’ll LOVE this! It’s time to Read, Quest, Learn!Also available in the series: SuperQuesters: The Case of the Missing Memory – Shortlisted for The Week Junior Book Awards 2023: Children’s Book of the Year – STEM categorySuperQuesters: The Case of the Stolen SunSuperQuesters: The Case of the Great Energy RobberyReviews:“A fun, interactive book for inquisitive minds”- Konnie Huq, award-winning presenter and author of Cookie and the Most Annoying Boy in the World“A clever, interactive problem-solving adventure story! A sure fire way to skyrocket your KS1 and KS2 pupils’ interest in STEM.’ – The School Reading List“A brilliantly brainy series” – Lancashire Evening Post“I love this series – it gets children off devices and is so engaging through a topical adventure, plenty to challenge their minds and even stickers as they complete each section too” – Tom Griffiths, Primary Teacher and Book Blogger“I have so much fun doing the quests…The pictures are great I especially love all the stickers and working hard to complete my reward chart. This book make[s] me feel happy.’ – 7 year old,“This series of books is a great way to engage children in a game-like story and encourage them to use their brains and think their way through the challenges.” – Chaneensaliee, Influencer, Mum and Teacher“Another fun and inclusive STEM adventure to get little coders thinking and tapping into their problem-solving skills!’ – Rashmi Sirdeshpande, award-winning children’s author of Never Teach a Stegosaurus To Do Sums“Finally, a fun, interactive book for children with curious minds.” – Roma Agrawal MBE, award-winning engineer and author of How Was That Built?“An absolute must have for KS1- fun, engaging, colourful and full of STEM learning opportunities!” Erin Lyn Hamilton, children’s librarian and book blogger“This book is perfect for children everywhere! For home learning or the classroom, this book and series is a must have!” – Inclusive Childrens Books ‘Perfect for introducing younger children to the wonderfully exciting world of STEM… The series is the best I have seen to give young children the tools and confidence to think through problems based on real life STEM contexts.” – Ben Harris, Influencer and teacher

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Weight 0.217 kg