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Insects and Spiders

By Paul Calver and Toby Reynolds

  • Paperback
  • £8.99

Exciting and informative reference books will provide children with an insight into the wonders of the world around them

The incredible world of insects and spiders is waiting to be explored in this exciting book.

Living on land or below ground, in the air or in water, a wide variety of insects and spiders are investigated inside. Discover what they do, what they eat, how they live, how they defend defend themselves and whether or not insects and spiders can be helpful and useful!

There are eight titles in the Visual Explorers series. High-impact books with incredible information about the world around us. Perfect for KS2 and children aged 7+ with an interest in natural phenomenon and natural history.

Biographical Notes

Paul Calver (Author)
Paul Calver has been designing and writing books for 25 years. he has designed everything from encyclopaedias, sticker books and non-fiction, to children's novelty books. He co-founded Green Android Limited in 2011 and produces books for publishers all over the world. He lives in South London with his wife and two sons.

Toby Reynolds (Author)
Toby Reynolds has worked in children's publishing for 20 years. After working for some of the largest UK publishers, he spent many years freelancing in a variety of roles. In 2011 he co-founded Green Android Limited,a children's publishing company. he lives and works from his home in East London.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781445168197
  • Publication date: 25 Jul 2019
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Franklin Watts
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