Up Close & Scary Dragonfly by Louise & Richard Spilsbury


Up Close & Scary Dragonfly by Louise & Richard Spilsbury

Bursting with fascinating facts and striking photographs, this title provides surprising insights into the miniature world of dragonflies, from their life cycle to their predatory behaviour. It features extreme close-ups, cutaways and clear, informative captions, providing children with an abundance of information.

About the Author

Louise and Richard met at university and, after working in advertising, formed a successful creative partnership in the world of publishing. They specialise in producing innovative, engaging non-fiction children's books themed around science and nature.

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32 pages


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Publication date

28th July 2016



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