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Usborne Beginners Nature 10 Books Children Collection - Age 7-9- Paperback

SKU: B2D2732 ISBN: 9781474981859
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Titles in This Set :

1. Ants
2. Bees & Wasps
3. Bugs
4. Spiders
5. Tadpoles and Frogs
6. Caterpillars and Butterflies
7. How Flowers Grow
8. Trees
9. Rainforest
10. Reptiles

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Where do ants live? What do they eat? How much weight can they carry? Little children can find out the answers to these questions and much more in this simple introduction to the world of ants.

Bees & Wasps
What do bees and wasps eat? What type of nests do they make? How do bees make honey? Find out the answers and lots more in this intriguing introduction to the fascinating world of bees and wasps.

''There are all kinds of different bugs. Some can jump up high. Other bugs have lots of legs.” Bugs is part of an exciting reading series for young children, with lots of pictures and very simple text.

“Spiders have eight legs. Most of them have eight eyes, but some of them can’t see very well.” Learn all about spiders in this great book for children learning to read by themselves.

Tadpoles and Frogs
From egg to frog, find out about the entire life cycle of a frog in this easy-to-read fully illustrated book for young learners ages 4+. It comes complete with weblinks so you can see the process for yourself.

Caterpillars and Butterflies
A beautifully illustrated introduction to the life of butterflies and caterpillars, with easy to read text for beginner readers. The life cycle of a butterfly is shown with stunning photographs and illustrations, and there are links to carefully selected websites with videos that show butterflies emerging from their pupae.

How Flowers Grow
How do flowers grow in dry deserts? How do animals help to spread seeds? Which flower smells like rotting meat? Find out in this great book for young readers ages four and up.

How do trees use their leaves to make food? Why do they grow flowers and fruit? Which animals live inside a tree trunk and build nests in its branches? How can we help to protect trees? This book has all the answers and much more, along with photographs, step-by-step illustrations, simple text and links to websites with video clips and activities.

Learn all about the rainforest in this fantastic easy-to-read book for children 4+ beginning to strike out on their own. From towering trees to rainforest rivers, this fully-illustrated book also features links to carefully selected websites.

Learn all about the lizard world in this fully-illustrated guide, the latest in the Usborne Beginners series. From scaly skin to tongue tricks, this book for readers beginning to read on their own comes with carefully selected weblinks so you can see them in action.