Wild Things To Do With Woodlice And 364 Other Amazing Nature Activities by Michael Cox
  

Wild Things To Do With Woodlice And 364 Other Amazing Nature Activities

Written by Michael Cox
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Wild Things To Do With Woodlice And 364 Other Amazing Nature Activities by Michael Cox

Can't tell a blackbird from a blackberry, a butterfly from a buttercup or a hedgehog from a hedgerow? This action-packed book filled with nature activities, facts and tales will tell you everything you need to know about how to get stuck into nature. From how to stalk a shrew, make a bee barn, to how to take amazing phone-camera snaps, or construct a woodlouse maze out of Lego, this book is packed full of amazing nature activities for every day of the year. Also find out: Who kept a pocket full of toads; How best to watch woodlouse drinking through their bottoms; Who is famous for eating bowls of slug stew? Where to find the best live nature webcams and much, much more.

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'Inspire bored children with the 365 clever, daft or comic activities in this book...excellent tackled as a family, with adults and children of all ages having a good time.'

About the Author

Michael Cox is a writer of many non-fiction and fiction books for children including titles in the Dead Famous series, Johnny Catbiscuit and How to Drink From a Frog for A&C Black.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Michael Cox
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Publisher

A & C Black Publishers Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

1st October 2010

ISBN

9781408127834


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