SuperQuesters: The Case of the Stolen Sun
Dr Thomas Bernard, Lisa Moss, Amy Willcox, Sophie Stericker
Meet Lilli and her best friends Leo and Bea – three endlessly curious kids with BIG imaginations. When they unite to solve a challenging science problem, they turn into SUPERHEROES Lillicorn, Leo Zoom and Bea Bumble and journey to a world full of magic, adventure and quests. And now they want YOU to join in the mission and the fun. Can you help them to track down Lord Grumble and his Snapettes and return the stolen sun to Questland?
Discover your inner superhero in this unique interactive story with hands-on activities, expertly designed in line with the Key Stage 1 Computing, Maths and Science National Curriculum to help children develop their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) skills in innovative new ways.
Features over 100 reusable stickers including magical charm rewards, a reward chart to mark progress and celebrate success, plus a glossary and answer page. If you’re a superhero enthusiast, love learning through play or enjoy books such as Ada Twist, Scientist, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls and the Fantastically Great Women series, you’ll LOVE this!
It’s time to Read, Quest, Learn!
"The SuperQuesters' infectious enthusiasm for all things scientific will surely inspire more children to get into STEM subjects" - Joanne Owen, LoveReading Editorial Expert; "A fun, interactive book for inquisitive minds and any budding young STEM enthusiasts" - Konnie Huq, STEM advocate & author of Cookie and the Most Annoying Boy in the World; "A perfect balance between activities and stories. Guaranteed to get children engaged in STEM learning in a fun, accessible way and with plenty of stickers to keep them motivated!" - Dean Boddington, KS1 primary teacher and book blogger; "My daughters love reading and they love puzzles, so combining the two in the book is amazing!" - Everything Mummy blog; "My daughter really enjoyed the book as it is so different from other books she's reading at the moment" - What the Redhead said blog; "If you are looking for a way to engage young children with STEM activities this is the perfect way in" - Lucy Newton, Primary School teacher; "SuperQuesters is a great book for kids of different ages with an interest in STEM. Through unique and relatable characters my children had fun completing different quests without even realizing they were actually learning science and maths. The quests enhanced their imagination and problem-solving skills."- Andrea Sesum, HER Digital Academy; "A perfect balance between activities and stories. Guaranteed to get children engaged in STEM learning in a fun, accessible way and with plenty of stickers to keep them motivated!"- Dean Boddington, KS1 primary teacher and book blogger; "Young adventurers will love heading off on a STEM quest with the SuperQuesters and applying their skills of logic and reasoning in a series of engaging puzzles and challenges. If they are successful, they will achieve the ultimate goal of saving the day in Questland and learning a little something along the way." - Jo Cummins, Primary Behaviour Service teacher, reading consultant & book blogger at Library Girl and Book Boy; "I loved it! From the interweaving of STEM skills into an engaging story with likeable characters and appealing illustrations, SuperQuesters and the Case of the Stolen Sun is creative, eye-catching, thought-provoking, interactive and importantly includes diverse representation" - Dr Jo Science; "SuperQuesters: The Case of the Stolen Sun is a great interactive book to help 4-8 year olds start thinking about patterns, puzzles, & problem solving in a magical world of science!" - Chris Woods, Teacher, Author of Daily STEM: How to Create a STEM Culture in your Classrooms & Communities; "An interactive and engaging way for children to learn about STEM concepts and gain 21st-century skills while having fun!" - Amna Habiba, STEM advocate and Founder, Global Creative Hub; "I enjoyed this action packed adventure with interactive challenges! Kids will love the story and illustrations, and particularly the quests that need some thought, and some stickers!" - Roma Agrawal, Engineer and Author of How Was That Built?
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