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Let's Look On the Seashore: A Natural History Activity Book Paperback – 3 Feb 2014
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'Beautifully photographed on very thick paper, good basic information and a fold-out to arrange your stickers. Essential for exploring beaches.' --Blackbird Pie Magazine
About the Author
Caz Buckingham trainedas an illustrator and graphic designer. She worked for more than20 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," "MyBody," 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."
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There is a middle page spread of stickers to pull out and use. The book itself has some basic information on the seashore, along with some amazing facts and then some things to spot. These are separated into, “Easy to Spot,” and “Harder to Spot.” If you have a child who always wants to complete a workbook, you can stick to the easy page, which includes such things as black headed gulls, sea lettuce and clams. You tick these off as you find them and can also unfold the back cover and place stickers of what you find there. The “Harder to Spot,” section includes things such as lobsters and seals; so that will obviously depend on where you are and whether finding them is likely.
There is also some good information on sea shells and on the ‘feel’ of things you might find – whether they are rough, hard, soft or slimy. Overall, a good book to take along to the beach if you want to help your child explore and learn, as well as having lots of fun. Sure to improve observational skills and introduce a love of nature.
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