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Did you know no two zebras' stripes are alike, that flies don't like to land on striped animals, that hippos eat lots of grass at night and let turtles rest on their back during the day? Learn fun facts about the exotic animals of the savannas of Africa, Australia, and Brazil, including zebras, giraffes, hippos, meerkats, and more. Place horns on an impala, hide lion cubs behind tall grass, and stick fruits on a tree for elephants, and test your new knowledge with a short quiz at the end.
Did you know that fir cones grow pointing up while spruce cones grow pointing down, some kinds of mosses and ferns grow in trees, and bamboo trees can reach a height of sixty feet in forty-five days? The forest habitat is a complex ecosystem full of amazing plants, magnificent mushrooms, colorful berries, flowers, and more. Draw the roots of a tree, place blackberries on a bush, stick bells on the lily of the valley, and test your new knowledge with a short quiz at the end.
Did you know that the word dinosaur" means "great lizard"? Have you ever heard of an animal that had to swallow thousands of pounds of plants every day to feed itself? And do you know the name of the largest known flying animal of all time?
In the Age of Dinosaurs will answer all of these questions and many more, presenting a range of interactive activities, stickers, and fun facts for children. Lovingly illustrated by Olivia Cosneau, this book introduces children to the world of dinosaurs and keeps them entertained for hours through fun activities, such as sticking on the missing bottom teeth of a Tyrannosaurus rex or coloring in the back plates of a Stegosaurus . In the process children learn about the different types of dinosaurs that existed, their diet, how they hunted, how they protected their young, and other interesting facts. A quiz at the end of the book tests their knowledge."
With their colourful feathers, beautiful songs, power of flight, and dinosaur ancestry, birds are truly astonishing creatures. But did you know that the huge variety of known species includes daring acrobats, inconsiderate noisemakers, ruthless hunters, wonderful swimmers, and blazing runners? Or that the tiniest bird in the world measures just two inches long?
Beautifully illustrated by Olivia Cosneau, Birds of the World introduces aspiring ornithologists to these and other fun facts through a range of colouring activities, removable stickers, and a short quiz. In the process, children learn about the rich variety of birds living in our world, including nightingales, swallows, hummingbirds, pelicans, penguins, parrots, toucans, and flamingos, among others.
Butterflies, with their transformation from hungry caterpillar to beautiful flying flower, are among the most fascinating animals for children. Observing butterflies and moths introduces them to a wide range of colors and patterns, to the concept of camouflage, and to a colorful habitat of flowers and other plants.
Butterflies of the World introduces different types of butterflies and moths through a range of interactive activities and stickers. This activity book will keep children entertained for hours through fun activities, such as sticking on the missing wing of a comet moth or coloring in the wings of a Large Blue butterfly. In the process children learn how caterpillars turn into butterflies, what they eat, how they trick predators, and other interesting facts. A quiz at the end of the book tests their knowledge.
The world's oceans are home to many different species and plants, from tiny organisms like plankton to the world's largest animal, the blue whale. Deep down in the seas' depth, you will even find some monstrous-looking creatures that seem to have come straight out of a fairy tale. Did you know, for example, that male anglerfish feed on the female's blood? And is it true that the giant clam can trap a diver's leg? Or have you ever heard of fish that hitch a ride on sharks?
What's more fun or magical than digging in the dirt, planting and watering seeds, discovering the first seedlings of the season, and finally eating your own fruits and vegetables?
Lovingly illustrated by Olivia Cosneau, this book is a colorful introduction to the magical world of the garden, including a range of fun activities, removable stickers, and a quiz. In the process, fledgling gardeners ages five and up learn about the different types of vegetables and fruits they can grow, how to care for them, what tools they need, and many other interesting facts.
At the Seashore is the next best thing to roaming the beach. What child doesn't love collecting shells and pieces of driftwood or observing animal life in tidal pools and shallow water? Beautifully illustrated by Olivia Cosneau, this book introduces children to the plant and animal life at the seashore through a range of interactive activities and stickers. Children are encouraged to color in jellyfish and anemones, to stick on the missing body of a crab, and to draw shells and reeds. In the process children learn about the rich life at the beach, including starfish, jellyfish, seagulls, shellfish, algae, and other animals and plants. A quiz at the end of the book tests their knowledge.
They are often so small that you hardly notice them, but all kinds of amazing creatures share our gardens: from ladybugs, butterflies, and dragonflies to spiders, bees, and beetles, garden insects play an important role in nature and are fascinating to observe. Did you know that there are beetles that eat cow dung, or that flies love to clean themselves? Are you surprised to learn that there's lots of life in a dead tree?
This delightful nature sticker and activity book about creepy crawlies will give hours of fun to all children aged 5 upwards. The beautiful illustrations include butterflies, bees, beetles, ants, dragonflies and ladybirds. Children can colour in the insects and their homes, apply stickers of their food and learn how they bring up their young. And at the end, there's a fun quiz to test their knowledge.
This delightful nature sticker and activity book on the seaside will give hours of fun to all children aged 5 upwards. The beautiful illustrations cover animals that kids will know well and some they may not, including crabs, jellyfish, starfish and seagulls. Children can colour in the creatures and their homes, apply stickers of their food and where they live, and learn about how they bring up their young and what they eat. And at the end, there's a fun quiz to test their knowledge.
This delightful nature sticker and activity book about woodland animals will give hours of fun to children aged 5 upwards. It covers creatures that kids will be familiar with, as well as some they may not, including squirrels, badgers, hedgehogs, foxes, owls and moles. Children can colour in the animals and their homes, apply stickers of their food and footprints, and learn all about what the animals eat and how they bring up their young. And at the end, there's a fun quiz to test their knowledge.
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