How To Make a Scarecrow: Band 00/Lilac by Kim Wilde


How To Make a Scarecrow: Band 00/Lilac by Kim Wilde

This wordless instruction text by celebrity gardener Kim Wilde combines photographs and illustrations to show how a scarecrow is made using recycled materials. Each step of the construction process is clearly depicted, in sequence, concluding with a photograph of the finished model. * Lilac/Band 0 - wordless book that gives information through pictures and is designed to develop understanding about how information books work. * Text type - Wordless instruction text. * The process is summarised in a flow diagram on pages 14 and 15 to give children the opportunity to recap the information.

About the Author

Kim Wilde studied horticulture and planting design at Capel Manor before becoming a resident designer on BBC's 'Garden Invaders'. She has since presented daytime coverage of 'The Chelsea Flower Show' and 'The Great Garden Guide' as well as gardening slots for GMTV and 'This Morning'. Kim has written regular gardening columns for The Guardian and for Prima and Bella magazines. Alongside this, Kim continues to enjoy a busy pop career, her family and her garden.

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16 pages
Interest Age: From 2


Kim Wilde
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Publication date

4th January 2006



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