Spot the Snail in the Garden

Spot the Snail in the Garden by Stella Maidment

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Format: Hardback, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9781781715710
Publisher: QED Publishing
Series: Spot the ...
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See what you can spot in the garden with this great new Spot the... book!

Look for hidden objects as you work your way through every scene, taking in all the sights.

The wonderfully detailed illustrations create busy scenes which will keep children entertained. Not only this...your children will learn along the way, too!

 

Fantastic spot book activities, combined with non-fiction settings, make for an informative and entertaining series.

With interesting facts dotted on each page, further educational value is added to the books.

 

Spot The... titles published in 2015 and in paperback are:

Shark in the Ocean: 9781781716557

Snail in the Garden: 9781781716564

Dinosaur on the Island: 9781781716533

Monkey in the Jungle: 9781781716540

JOELLE DREIDEMY has drawn and painted for as long as she can remember. After graduating from the prestigous Emile Cohl School she moved to Paris, where she now illustrates for English, American, French and Korean publishers.

EMILIANO MIGLIARDO is a cartoon illustrator who has worked in the industry for over 10 years. Ever since watching cartoons such as The Pink Panther, The Three Stooges and Benny Hill, Emilano had always aspired to be a cartoonist himself. His work is well defined, fun and very colourful. 

STELLA MAIDMENT has written story books, puzzle books, activity books and retellings of classics. Her work includes a major updating of Enid Blyton’s Noddy stories, and, with a co-author, the creation of a best-selling course for teaching English as a foreign language to primary school children all over the world.

Format: Hardback, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9781781715710
Series: Spot the ...
Size: 9.961 in x 9.055 in / 253 mm x 230 mm
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'The lively detailed pictures offer plenty of additional opportunities for discussion and learning - and then encourage your child to get outside to see what they can spot. An excellent way to stimulate an interest in nature with lots of entertainment value.'

‘Could occupy children on rainy days or car journeys and may even interest some into becoming gardeners!’