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5.0 out of 5 stars Superb science - makes you think, 7 Nov. 2007
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This is one of a series of books designed to get children interested in science/nature. The others in the series are pretty good, but this, IMO, is fantastic. It's written in rhyme, which makes for a fast pace, with incredibly detailed cartoon pictures. Excellent for promoting discussion - for example, examples of walls that keep things out (with barbed wire etc) or in (a prison.... or a tin of beans). From 4 to 8ish. Would appeal to boys as well as girls. One of our favourites.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A funny and interesting book for younger audiences., 9 April 2001
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A village of cartoon characters who in there discusions display a mountain of facts about walls! There is even a surprise guest to be found on each page.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Really good: son loved it, 16 Nov. 2011
Lovely book in verse with great illustrations. Great to read with child. My son really loved this book, thoroughly recommend it.
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What Is a Wall, After All? (Read & Wonder)
What Is a Wall, After All? (Read & Wonder) by Judy Allen (Hardcover - 12 Aug. 1993)
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