Get Out: Nature Puzzles and Games by Andrea Pinnington, Caz Buckingham
  

Get Out: Nature Puzzles and Games

Written by Andrea Pinnington, Caz Buckingham
Part of the Get Out Series

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A highly original collection of nature-based activities to inspire a love of the outdoors from an early age. Get Out! is bursting with life and will keep children amused for hours as they solve, colour, draw, find and guess their way through the seasons.

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Get Out: Nature Puzzles and Games by Andrea Pinnington, Caz Buckingham

Packed with engaging puzzles and games based on favourite natural history themes. Activities include mazes, riddles, poems, spot the difference, look closer, drawing, colouring, guessing games and hidden pictures.

A great way to encourage children to learn about the outside with new and original nature photography that brings the world to life. Perfect for sunny days out and rainy days in.

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Quite the most beautiful nature books for children I’ve seen. I wish I’d had them when I was a child. Anita, mother of twins, bee-keeper and happy customer

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Andrea Pinnington, Caz Buckingham
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Publisher

Fine Feather Press Ltd

Publication date

1st April 2013

ISBN

9781908489081

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