It’s Free Book Friday over at Joyous Notions! Enter through Tuesday, March 11th to win two of their favorite nature books!
Caterpillars, Bugs and Butterflies explores the world of insects, caterpillars, and butterflies including identification information, educational activities, and fun
facts. (Take Along Guides)
One Small Square – Woods helps young readers unlock the closely guarded secrets of the woods from the strange meetings of lazy butterflies, to the miraculous “walking” of a twig, to the riddle of why the leaves turn color and fall. One small square at a time, these “detectives” plunge deeper and deeper into ancient mysteries without ever getting lost. Beautifully illustrated, Woods offers a picture field guide, a glossary-index, and a resource list.
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