Kids' Wakehurst: A Children's Guide by Dr. Miranda MacQuitty
  

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Kids' Wakehurst: A Children's Guide by Dr. Miranda MacQuitty

Kids go wild at Wakehurst Place, in this action-packed, interactive guide, with fold out map, 40 stickers and lots of activities.Wakehurst Place is the country estate of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and home to Kew's Millennium Seed Bank, the largest wild plant seed bank in the world. This is the first official guidebook for children visiting Wakehurst Place, 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. Attractively designed, the guide is beautifully illustrated and produced in full colour, with 40 stickers, activities and amazing facts.

About the Author

The guide is written by Dr Miranda MacQuitty based on some original concepts developed by Nick Ives and Margarita Petri from the Natural Histort Museum's Learning Department. Dr Miranda MacQuitty is a scientist and exhibition writer. She is also the author of several children's books including a number of titles in the best-selling DKEyewitness series.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Dr. Miranda MacQuitty
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Publisher

Royal Botanic Gardens
www.kew.org

Publication date

1st July 2011

ISBN

9781842464151


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