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Rainforest by

This title is perfect project workbook all about the rainforests and what lives in them - with two pages of funky stickers. Eye Wonder Rainforest is a fantastic first guide to everything about these amazing microclimates. From the high up in the canopy to the insects and animals that live on the ground, Rainforest will captivate curious young minds. It is a perfect project and homework companion for children who want to learn about the rainforests of the world - from the Amazon to the Congo. With colourful pictures and fun facts that encourage learning, children can read about the lives of the animals who live in the rainforest, the trees that make it, the weather system, and why this climate is important to how the Earth works. With two pages of amazing stickers and even more activities, Eye Wonder Rainforest is full of great ideas to ensure they'll be top of the geography class in no time. It supports the National Curriculum at Key Stage 2. The Eye Wonder series covers many subjects, from Ancient Rome and the Arctic to Human Body and Weather. It provides perfect information for school projects and encourages learning for fun.

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A light and effortless way to fatten children with facts The Independent

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Format

Hardback
56 pages
Interest Age: From 6

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Publisher

DK Children an imprint of Dorling Kindersley Ltd

Publication date

3rd June 2013

ISBN

9781409328414


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