Let's Look For Minibeasts: A Spot & Learn, Stick & Play Book by Andrea Charlotte PinningtonLet's Look For Minibeasts: A Spot & Learn, Stick & Play Book by Andrea Charlotte Pinnington

Let's Look For Minibeasts: A Spot & Learn, Stick & Play Book

byAndrea Charlotte PinningtonIllustratorCaz Buckingham

Paperback | September 1, 2015

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Get children outside with these fun activities which form the perfect introduction to bugs

Children love creepy crawlies, and this is a simple and engaging introduction to their fascinating world. There are two spreads devoted to easy and hard things to spot where children can tick off the things they see. Two final pages focus on the incredible array of techniques minibeasts use to avoid being eaten, and there’s a colorful guide to beetles. When children have finished looking out for bugs they can have fun playing with the stickers on the fold-out grassy play scene at the back.
Caz Buckingham is 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 a...
Title:Let's Look For Minibeasts: A Spot & Learn, Stick & Play BookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:18 pages, 11.5 × 8 × 0.1 inPublished:September 1, 2015Publisher:Fine Feather PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1908489235

ISBN - 13:9781908489234


Editorial Reviews

"These books have sturdy card pages that mean they can be used repeatedly and still retain their glossy attractive appearance—Caz Buckingham’s designs and illustrations are exceptional. 30 common butterflies are featured with stickers for each and a meadow scene to complete. Information includes parts of a butterfly, facts, food and life cycle. . . together, the series makes an excellent way to encourage children to get outside and enjoy wildlife."  —Parents in Touch Online Magazine on Let's Look for Butterflies