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Let's Look for Garden Wildlife
Let's Look for Garden Wildlife

Let's Look for Garden Wildlife

A Spot & Learn, Stick & Play Book

Let's Look


18 Pages, 8 x 11.5

Formats: Saddle-Stitched

Saddle-Stitched, $7.99 (US $7.99) (CA $9.99)

Publication Date: April 2015

ISBN 9781908489074

Rights: US & CA

Fine Feather Press (Apr 2015)
Fine Feather Press Ltd

Price: $7.99


Get children outside with these fun activities which form the perfect introduction to common wildlifeA first look at the most common creatures you are likely to encounter in gardens or parks, this activity book includes a general introduction to the different types of animals that live there, plus an array of fascinating facts, a look at creatures of the night, and a guide to how to attract wildlife to your garden. At the heart of the book are the easy and hard "what can you spot" pages with a colorful picture gallery of garden wildlife to find and tick off. When children aren't out and about looking for animals, there are 30 colorful wildlife stickers to use on the fold-out garden play scene at the back of the book.


"An excellent way to heighten a child's awareness of nature." — 

Author Biography

Caz Buckingham trained as an illustrator and graphic designer. She worked for more than 20 years for large corporate publishers before setting up Fine Feather Press with her business partner, Andrea Pinnington. Caz's distinctive designs and illustrations are a combination of artwork and photography that draw children into the world of plants and animals. Andrea Pinnington is the author of numerous children's activity books, including Animals, My Body, and The Princess Creativity Book. Caz and Andrea take all the photographs for their books. This provides the inspiration for their titles, which are designed to give parents the tools with which to engage their children with nature.