Let's Look on the Seashore
Written by Caz Buckingham, Andrea Pinnington
Part of the Let's Look Series
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Encourage your children to get outside together with this beautifully designed and illustrated nature-spotting book from Fine Feather Press. The range of 'Let's Look' titles will help children aged 4+ to learn about nature and to realise its importance to the world in which we live. In Let's Look on the Seashore, find out more about our coastline and how it's is full of things to see and find at all times of the year. Which animals inhabit the seashore at certain times of the year and how to spot them. Crammed with fascinating facts explained simply such as why does the sea come in and out and why seawater is salty, this book and all the others in the series contain stickers and a special pull-out scene to decorate.
A Piece of Passion from Andrea Pinnington, co-founder of Fine Feather Press “Although it’s easy to believe there’s no place like home for keeping children safe and content, there’s a growing realisation that a lack of engagement with the outdoors can have a significant detrimental effect on children’s overall happiness. Large organisations, such as the National Trust, have identified Nature Deficit Disorder as a very real condition that is negatively impacting childhood. Our books tackle this head on. They are all about getting children to look at animals and plants in new and exciting ways, to learn their names and to find out what makes them special.”
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Let's Look on the Seashore by Caz Buckingham, Andrea Pinnington
The discovery that being cooped up in the house is not a healthy situation for children will come as no surprise. The challenge is to get children outside in the first place. The next four titles in Fine Feather Press’s Let’s Look series are designed to do just that.
Let’s Look on the Farm
These new titles focus on familiar UK habitats that parents all over the country can spend time exploring with their children. Each book forms the perfect introduction for children aged between 4 and 8 years old and features some fascinating facts, a range of easy and hard animals and plants to find and tick off; plus some eye-catching stickers to play with on the fold-out scenes at the back of the books.
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1st March 2014
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