KEW: LIFT AND LOOK FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

KEW: LIFT AND LOOK FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

COTTINGHAM, TRACY

14,85 €
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Editorial:
BLOOMSBURY
Materia
Curiosities & environment
ISBN:
978-1-5266-3683-6
Páginas:
12
Encuadernación:
Board Book

How many places can fruit and vegetables grow?Lift the flaps to see what is inside the greenhouse, behind the orchard gate and growing underground. From leafy green vegetables, to colourful tropical fruit and jewel-like berries, there is lots to discover on every page. With vibrant illustrations and simple, accessible text, this is the perfect introduction to fruit and vegetables for little ones.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a world famous centre for botanical and mycological knowledge. With two inspiring gardens at Kew in London, and Wakehurst in Sussex, visitors are enchanted with the wonder of plant diversity. Over the past 250 years Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew has made innumerable contributions to increasing the understanding of plants and fungi, with many benefits for humankind.

Bloomsbury's Lift and Look board books have large cut-out flaps, specially designed for small hands. They also feature bright and beautiful illustrations and fun, engaging text, which children will adore. Available in a range of young children's favourite topics, including Bugs, Garden, School, Dinosaurs and Space.

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