Kids' Kew A Children's Guide by Dr. Miranda MacQuitty, Louise Millar


Kids' Kew A Children's Guide by Dr. Miranda MacQuitty, Louise Millar

What's fun at Kew? Find out in this action-packed, interactive first official activity guidebook for children visiting Kew Gardens. Aimed at 7-11 year olds, and their parents and carers, featuring exciting places to visit and things to do at all times of the year. Stylishly designed, beautifully illustrated and produced in full colour throughout with 60 stickers, it's packed with activities, amazing facts, quizzes, crosswords, colouring in, things to do at home, out map and silly jokes! Covers some UK school National Curriculum themes and topics (Key stage 2) and school group visits both as pupil and teacher.



'... allows young explorers aged 7-11 to plan their adventure around Kew all by themselves. It's bright and busy, packed full of photographs, illustrations, a fold out map and information. What's On in London, 5 April 2007.'

About the Author

Dr Miranda MacQuitty is a science writer and biologist. She is a best-selling children's book author on natural history, and a contributor to magazines and children's radio. She is also a writer and consultant for museums, aquariums and nature centres around the world.

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48 pages


Dr. Miranda MacQuitty, Louise Millar
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Publication date

31st March 2007



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