PRESS-OUT PETS: CAT SHOW
Following their friends in Carlton's popular Press-out Dog Show title, these fabulous felines will win everyone's hearts and hopefully the judges' approval. The eight perky press-out models are chock-full of character, from Marmaduke the big tabby to Sienna the slinky Siamese, and they come with a range of accessories such as prize-winner rosettes, collars and more. No scissors, cutting out or glue are required. Just press out, make and play. Clear child-friendly instructions with illustrations are augmented by a QR code, which takes you to an online video that shows how to make your press-out pets.
IWM: THE FIRST WORLD WAR ON THE HOME FRONT
Filled with absorbing first-hand accounts taken from diaries, letters and newspaper reports, the changing life in Britain between 1914 and 1918 is revealed in vivid and immensely personal detail by the people who actually lived through it.
"Ambitious and comprehensive... A powerful reminder that the war stretched far beyond the trenches of the Western Front." Dan Snow
EXTREME SPOT THE DIFFERENCE
Think you know 'spot the difference'? Well, look again. Extreme Spot the Difference is more challenging, more engaging and more visually impressive than anything you've seen before. Each carefully chosen photographic vista has been cunningly modified with no fewer than 50 subtle and ingenious changes. With 38 glorious images to compare, Extreme Spot the Difference is one of the most demanding puzzle books ever published. This is no throwaway puzzle to be completed in few minutes. Play alone, or with friends and family. You'll never look at a 'spot the difference puzzle' the same way again.
STRANGE HILL HIGH: MITCHELL'S DIRE-Y
Mitchell's Dire-y follows six months in the life of Mitchell Tanner, star of Strange Hill High and subject to some extremely odd adventures. Laugh out loud as Mitchell battles tentacle monsters, braves insane robot teachers and still gets his homework in on time (actually, one of those things is a lie, and it's not the one about tentacles or robots).
COMMANDO: OVER THE TOP
From the muddy trenches of Flanders to the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea and the deserts of the Middle East, this special collection of Commando stories from the First World War will take you back to a time when tales of bravery and honour in the face of terrible conditions were commonplace, as soldiers, sailors, submariners and airmen faced the most fiendish of enemies with stout hearts and stiff upper lips. Embodying the courage for which the Great War is famous, Commando: Over the Top is a rousing anthology of adventures in the best tradition of Commando comics.
Credit: Imperial War Museum
Credit: Imperial War Museum