BookSeriesList
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The Best Ears In The World

Claire Llewellyn
Authors:
Claire Llewellyn

Little rabbit is worried that his ears are too big, so his dad shows him how they can hear all sorts of noises and keep him safe from danger - making them the best ears in the world!

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Little Bees: Tick, Tock

Sam Godwin
Authors:
Sam Godwin

Tick, tock, tick, just look at the time! This book takes you on a fun-filled journey around the clock, measuring time from seconds through to years.

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Little Bees: A Rainbow of Colours

Miriam Moss
Authors:
Miriam Moss

Step on to a magical rainbow and join Tilly and Grandad as they explore a dazzling world of colour. Watch out for the red frog in the rainforest and mix some colours with the clumsy clowns in the rainbow circus.

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A Seed In Need

Sam Godwin
Authors:
Sam Godwin

Follow a tiny sunflower seed on its amazing life cycle, germinating from a seed, becoming a sunflower and shedding its own seeds. Meet some charming characters on the way including an inquisitive ladybird and snail who encourage young readers to explore this key science subject beyond the simple and accessible text. A great resource for young children learning about life cycles at KS1.

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The Drop Goes Plop

Sam Godwin, Simone Abel
Contributors:
Sam Godwin, Simone Abel

A baby seagull and its mother follow the epic journey of a drop of water from cloud to rain, river, bath, sewer, sea and back to cloud, in this accessible guide to the water cycle for young children. Beautifully illustrated, it makes a simple and enchanting introduction to one of the basic cycles in nature.

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