Who's at Home? by Maggie Silver


Who's at Home? by Maggie Silver

A simple flap book teaching the young reader about animal characteristics and lifestyles. These creatures are not only common-or-garden species; included are the scarlet kingsnake, the weaver bird, the greater-spotted woodpecker and the tent bat. They make their homes in South Africa, south-west America, African jungles, Australia, Canada, Europe and Scotland. This is a book which should increase a child's awareness of species of animals they have probably never encountered before, and of their widely varying homes and habits.

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16 pages
Interest Age: Under 6


Maggie Silver
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Publication date

30th April 1995



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