The Story of Summer Buttercups and Daisies: by Rosie McCormick


The Story of Summer Buttercups and Daisies: by Rosie McCormick

From the first picnics to trying to stay cool in the heat, this beautiful book traces the main events of summer. Stunningly illustrated with colour photographs and written as an engaging narrative, this is perfect for all young children learning about summer for the first time and becoming aware of the seasonal changes around them. Mention is also made of significant festivals associated with summer. And the book concludes with a summer myth from Australia.

About the Author

ROSIE McCORMICK moved to New York to do an MA and then spent four years as a teacher there before moving into publishing, working on Scholastic school magazines. On her return to the UK she worked for DK, Kingfisher and Franklin Watts as an editor and managing editor. She is now a writer and mother to two young children. Her books include the FUN FINDING OUT series for Kingfisher and several titles in the Shooting Stars science series for Belitha.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6


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Publication date

9th June 2005



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