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Being a Ladybird

By Annabelle Lynch

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Discover the world of ladybirds in this beautifully illustrated picture book

Discover the world of ladybirds in this beautifully illustrated picture book

Follow the story of a tiny red ladybird in Being a Ladybird. Discover how ladybirds hatch, grow, feed and fly, before finding a mate and beginning the whole cycle of life again.

This wonderfully illustrated picture book is a perfect introduction to life cycles for readers aged 5 and up. It also gently introduces them to the idea of conservation.

Biographical Notes

Annabelle Lynch is a freelance writer who lives in London. She specialises in young non-fiction, with a particular interest in natural history and geography.

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  • ISBN: 9781526307699
  • Publication date: 28 Mar 2019
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  • Imprint: Wayland
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