This box is your one-stop guide to finding, observing, collecting and exhibiting your discoveries, from flowers and blossoms to to pebbles and plants.
Packed (it is!) with all kinds of exciting outdoor activities for children and the whole family and created by a multi-award-winning husband-and-wife team.
Learn how to spot different leaves, birds, flowers, and insects, make a bee hotel, ice art and a daisy chain, colour in different seasonal scenes and collect treasures for your nature box.
A rhyming lift-the-flap board book. The verse is not great but the overall design concept works well, with muted page spreads opening up with bursts of colour under the flaps. A good introduction to colour names and words.
Created in collaboration with a team of Portuguese experts, this book won the coveted Bologna Regazzi award and aims to arouse curiosity about fauna, flora and other aspects of the natural world.
Make your own animal menagerie with this activity pack of 18 3D models to cut, fold and decorate with 50 stickers.
Nghiem Ta is the award-winning designer, art director and paper engineer behind the highly successful Ology series.
This baby journal makes it easy to hang on to all those special moments: stow away keepsakes in the pocket at the rear of the book, and record your child’s first words, first tooth, first smile, first steps, and many more precious memories.
Superbly well presented by Frances Lincoln.
Following the success of illustrator Anna Kovecses’ vocabulary builder, One Thousand Things, comes a book of handwriting exercises for children to learn to write their first words.
The cover on ACHUKA’s review copy has a red rather than a white background and a different but a similar design to that shown above.
Lonely Planet Kids is the new children’s imprint that brings the world to life for young explorers everywhere, with a range of books aimed at kickstarting the travel bug in children aged 5-12.
Other cities currently in the series: PARIS, NEW YORK
By father and son team, Tony and Tom Bradman, this is first in a series of Short Histories.