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Books in the series: In the Garden

We Found a Seed

We Found a Seed

Author: Rob Ramsden Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 01/08/2020

A little boy and girl find a seed, and decide to keep it safe. They play with it but it doesn't grow. What must they do to make it grow? When it flowers and dies they find it has left them lots of new seeds to plant. Perfect to get children interested in gardening and introduce them to the plant life cycle and seasons.

I saw a Bee

I saw a Bee

Author: Rob Ramsden Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 01/05/2020

A little boy is alarmed when he discovers a bee in a box. At first he is frightened and reacts aggressively, but gradually he realises that the bee won't harm him and that they can be friends. I SAW A BEE is deceptively simple with the repeatability factor of the best Ruth Brown and Eric Carle, and the short and rhythmic text is perfect to learn by heart and recite as a poem. It is a timely reminder of the importance of bees in our ecosystem. First in a series of stories which encourage young children to enjoy and appreciate the natural world. Long listed for the Klaus Flugge Prize.

I saw a bee

I saw a bee

Author: Rob Ramsden Format: Hardback Release Date: 04/04/2019

A little boy is alarmed when he discovers a bee in a box. At first he is frightened and reacts aggressively, but gradually he realises that the bee won't harm him and that they can be friends. I SAW A BEE is deceptively simple with the repeatability factor of the best Ruth Brown and Eric Carle, and the short and rhythmic text is perfect to learn by heart and recite as a poem. It is a timely reminder of the importance of bees in our ecosystem. First in a series of stories which encourage young children to enjoy and appreciate the natural world. Long listed for the Klaus Flugge Prize.

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