The Little Book of Garden Wildlife by Kirsteen Rogers
  

Synopsis

The Little Book of Garden Wildlife by Kirsteen Rogers

This is the perfect guide to an amazing aspect of the natural world that is accessible to everybody - the garden. And, as summer approaches and things begin to stir in the undergrowth, it provides a host of things to children to look out for and understand. From field mice to foxes, hedgehogs to herons and butterflies to beech trees, this is an inspiring and informative title that will appeal to all young nature lovers, providing heaps of fascinating facts about the many different animals and plants to be found in gardens everywhere, whatever their size, shape or aspect. This absorbing title also provides tips on how to help your garden grow and create the perfect environment for butterflies, birds and bees. Beautifully illustrated, with clear, informative text, this is the ideal companion to the wonders of the world that are waiting to be discovered just outside a child's back door.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages
Interest Age: 5+

Author

Kirsteen Rogers
More books by Kirsteen Rogers

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

31st March 2006

ISBN

9780746073162


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