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Hello Nature Activity Cards: 30 Activities (Cards)

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By Nina Chakrabarti (Illustrator), Anna Claybourne (Text by)
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Can you identify a tree from its seed? How is a frog different from a toad? And where can you find the Big Dipper?

Explore the natural world around you using these new activity cards based on the book Hello Nature by Nina Chakrabarti. Take them with you while walking in the woods, holidaying on the beach, or just poking around your own back yard.

With thirty fun activities to try, from stone skimming and pond dipping to making feather quill pens and boats from nutshells, there is fun for all the family.

About the Author


Nina Chakrabarti studied illustration at Central Saint Martin's College and The Royal College of Art, London. She uses line drawing to explore her love of the decorative arts, inspired by her past in Calcutta, India, where she grew up, and the exuberance of London, where she now lives and works.

Anna Claybourne is a children's author who has written many non-fiction books on a wide variety of topics.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781786271853
ISBN-10: 1786271850
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Publication Date: April 24th, 2018
Pages: 173

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