Fast and Slow on the Farm by Sue Barraclough
  

Synopsis

Fast and Slow on the Farm by Sue Barraclough

Little Nippers features a collection of first information books for young learners offering quality non-fiction supported by clear photographic images. Capture the young learner's imagination with these real books designed with their needs in mind. How do Things Move? takes a really simple look at the area of motion. Each book is set in a familiar environment to encourage children to notice and ask questions about the types of movement they see around them. A playful design attracts and maintains attention whilst the open-ended questions stimulate discussion.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: 3+

Author

Sue Barraclough
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Publisher


www.heinemannlibrary.co.uk

Publication date

19th February 2007

ISBN

9780431024295


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