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Five really wild books about nature

Inspire your child's love of wildlife with these green reads


Posted: 19 April 2012
by Fiona McKim


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A Little Guide To Trees by Charlotte Voake (£7.99, Eden Project)

Trees may not seem to be the most exciting facet of nature for curious young minds, but this lovely little book may just change their minds. Bursting with facts such as how the monkey puzzle got it's name andwhich tree Robin Hood got his bow from, this is an elegantly illustrated and comprehensive introduction to trees for any young nature lover. 

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wow this list of books are great! specially for children or even adults who loves nature! i will definitely have one of this soon.. this book http://www.amazon.com/Butterfly-Coloring-Pages-Butterflies-Adults/dp/1500501255 is also great! Its has different kinds of butterflies in it that you can enjoy coloring and at the same time learn about butterflies and their identifications. You can have fun reading and enjoy coloring them.

Posted: 02/05/2015 at 03:59

These magazines are very fruitful to increase the vocabulary of a child. I have used these magazines as a college essay writing assistance because my vocabulary is too weak and I have taken a lot of help from it.

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Posted: 08/12/2017 at 06:36

Books are our best friends and also our teachers because they guide us too much about nature. I am willing to use this site Forskolin Plus that is written by the top most writers including my favorite.

Posted: 08/12/2017 at 06:38

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