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A beautiful fact-filled sticker book - perfect for interactive, visual, kinaesthetic and imagination-building introduction, to the Natural world for younger children. Can, also, be used for mindful meditation for nature lovers.
The second in a gorgeous series of sticker books created with the National Trust, this book is packed with facts about all kinds of brilliant birds and their homes. With four pages of wildlife stickers, you can stick the ducks into the pond, fill the sky with swallows, add nests to the treetops, and much, much more! And with a helpful spotter’s guide to help identify favourite species, this is the perfect introduction to wildlife for the very young.
Other titles in the series include:
- Sharks, Seahorses and other British Sea Creatures
- Beetles, Butterflies and other British Minibeasts
- Horses, Hens and other British Farm Animals
- Bluebells, Birch Trees and other British Plants
- Hedgehogs, Hares and Other British Animals
Condition: NEW - 02 Mar 2017 Edition
Paper Cover: 24 Pages
Age Range: Children, 2-5
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Product Dimensions: 262 x 235 mm
Ethical Check Paper/card, eco packaging, local delivery.
About the Author
Nikki grew up in the countryside in a small village called Shrivenham in Oxfordshire. Nikki studied for her illustration degree in Swindon and since graduating in 2006 has illustrated books for children including 1,000 Animals, 1,000 Things to Eat, How to be a Superhero and How to be a Pirate.
Nikki spent a lot of her childhood drawing, reading and making mud pies in the garden. To this day she still does the same but gets paid for it too, which is lovely, and you’ll be pleased to hear the mud pie business is still going strong. Nikki loves creating characters for stories and is hugely inspired by animation and concept artists especially. One of her favourite cartoons is Looney Tunes’ Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner – “Beep, Beep!”
In partnership with National Trust
Publisher Free Resources
Printable PDF Colour Game: Spring Time Snap
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