Published by Fine Feather Press, 2016.
This gorgeous activity book is divided into four; there is a chapter for each season. Children are presented with animals, plants and objects to look for or listen out for, with the proviso that they shouldn’t collect or eat anything that they find. There’s a lovely variety of activities: spot the difference; colour and complete the pictures; true or false questions; find the matching pairs; spot the odd one out and guess an object’s identity from its close up. Oh, and there’s also the delightful Whose Poos? activity where you’re asked to match the animal to its droppings! A page guaranteed to be popular with children.
The book is produced to a very high standard: it’s full colour throughout, there’s lots of gorgeous photography and the paper is high quality, which is important because there’s a lot for children to colour in and complete themselves.
This is an excellent book to pique children’s interest in nature and it may just tempt them away from their iPads and computer screens and out into the great outdoors.
Suitable for children aged 4+
Thank you to Fine Feather Press for sending me this book to review and to Toppsta for organising the giveaway.