Very attractive to look at, clearly laid out and including lots of questions for readers and suggestions for things they can do after reading, this is a very good first information book. It begins with a definition of nature and goes on to look at plants and trees, then animals, insects, birds and fish explaining such things as food chains and life cycles and how all creatures from tiny bugs to huge whales are classified into groups. The illustrations are very appealing, particularly those of the flowers and trees, and it’s a book to encourage children to look at the world around them. ~ Andrea Reece
This brightly coloured information book is a fun and interactive way for children to learn about nature and the world around them.
• Children will enjoy adding animals, creepy crawlies, plants and other stickers to the scenic backgrounds, while also completing the puzzles and quizzes included.
• This educational activity book offers the perfect balance of having fun while learning.
|Publication date:||1st June 2016|
|Publisher:||Usborne Publishing Ltd|
|Suitable for:||Baby and Toddler, 3+ readers, 5+ readers|
|Genres:||Out and About|
Felicity Brooks was born in Guildford in 1961. She studied English and Drama at Exeter University and worked in Theatre-in-Education and as a freelance lexicographer and teacher of trainee pilots before starting a career in children's publishing nearly 20 years ago. As well as devising numerous novelty books for babies and toddlers, she has retold myths and legends and worked on encyclopedias, dictionaries, history, geography, languages, poetry, picture books, science, maths and nature. Her books have won the Practical Pre-school gold and silver medals, the Right Start gold award, The TES Senior Information Book award, La Science se Livre award and been ...More About Felicity Brooks