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Written by Tracey Jaffart
Illustrated by Tracey JaffartWrite A Review
A great pick for a young child interested in the natural world or a class starting out on a science topic.
In this cheerful, bright and colourful counting story, Eliza explores the natural world around her closely, using her magnifying glass. On each page she discovers a new set of small creatures, all commonly found in gardens and parks, and all instantly recognisable. The creatures, minibeasts and even the acorns are given human features and funny phrases, which make them relatable, but they are also very carefully and realistically drawn. This is a book full of visual knowledge and the delightful collage-like textures add to the realism. There is so much to see and talk about within these pages, it would be a great pick for a young child interested in the natural world or a class starting out on a science topic. The reader will certainly feel like taking the author’s advice to follow their curiosity out of the door to explore!
Rachel Elvidge, A LoveReading4Kids Ambassador
Count to 10 with Eliza and friends as she spies with her magnifying glass all around her rock garden. Young children will be inspired to get outdoors and see how charming nature can be when they look and listen very closely.
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|Publication date:||24th January 2022|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers, Indie Author Books|
|Genres:||Ecological and Environmental, Animals|
|Recommendations:||Indie Books We Love|
Tracey has been a librarian for 13 years and an educator for over 20. She was born in Texas and lives and works in Germany with her French husband and son. Words and pictures are her passion, as well as hanging out in nature.More About Tracey Jaffart
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