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A wonderful introduction to 20 garden creepy crawlies. Perfect for young children to go hunting in the garden or the park for various bugs having discovered through the book where they are most likely to be hiding. Additional fact boxes ensure the kids will learn lots too.
Take a journey through the garden and discover the bugs that are living there. The beautiful illustrations create the world of the garden, combined with text that leads young readers to the hiding places of various bugs. inviting them to guess what creature they have found. My First Book of Garden Bugs is the perfect introduction to the names of some common garden insects, along with interesting facts about them.
A lovely introduction to 20 garden creepy crawlies The Bookseller
'...great introduction to minibeasts for children. Beautiful illustrations combined with fascinating text that guides readers to insect hiding places and then shares facts about each creature.' The Green Parent
'The pictures are breathtakingly realistic...It is a great start foy any young budding entomologist.' Early Years Educator
|Publication date:||1st October 2009|
|Publisher:||A & C Black Publishers Ltd|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers|
|Genres:||Out and About, Ecological and Environmental, Gardening, Animals|
Mike Unwin is a freelance writer, editor and illustrator with 12 years' experience in natural history publishing. In 2000 he won the BBC Wildlife travel-writing competition. His children's titles include the bestselling RSPB My First Book of Garden Birds. Q & A with Mike Unwin What is your favourite species of bird, and what are its characteristics?If pressed, I’d have to say Sparrowhawk (with apologies to Dipper, Barn Owl and Black-throated Diver). This dashing bird was hard to find when I was starting birding, even though my bird books described it as ‘common’. Now it seems ...More About Mike Unwin