Emu by Lisa Regan, Sarah Eason


Emu by Lisa Regan, Sarah Eason

What would happen if a emu came to stay? How would you look after it? Where would it sleep? What would it eat (baked beans, grass or cream cakes?) and how would you play with it? Wild Things! gives young readers a first introduction to exotic animals around the world, looking at how and where they really live and what they need to survive, as it becomes clear that they must be posted back! Each book also includes a final fact spread to explain why each animal is suited to living in its own environment in the wild, as well as how we can help to keep it there.

About the Author

Lisa Regan is the author of over 200 published titles, mostly for children. She lives in Colchester, UK, with her husband and three sons. Her work includes titles on space, animals and the weather, but stretches to the fantasy realms of fairies, flower princesses and fantastic creatures.

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24 pages
Interest Age: from 5 to 7


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Publication date

11th October 2011



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