Usborne Beginners: Nature Box Set (10 books)

Usborne Beginners: Nature Box Set (10 books)

Suitable for 6 - 7 years

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Hardback, Slip Case
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Product description

  • Exciting hardback readers in a collectible box set
  • Simple books that explain the many wonders of nature
  • Perfect for children who are just beginning to read alone
  • Bright colour pictures help children to decode the text
  • A key topic for our age of environmental awareness

Contains 10 books: Ants; Bees and Wasps; Bugs; Trees; Tadpoles and Frogs; Spiders; Reptiles; Rainforests; Caterpillars and Butterflies; and How Flowers Grow.

Product Details

Catalogue number

353 in EU Primary May 2024

Format

Hardback, Slip Case

ISBN

9781474974028

Date published

July 4th, 2019

Other details

  • 10 pages

Condition

New

UK edition

Reviews

  1. Sarah
    on 14 August 2022

    Mixed set.

    The books are an appropriate reading level for beginning readers, and are colourful and engaging. However, the choice of which animals, etc. are included is, I think, disappointing. Our granddaughter, just six, found a snail shell. “Do snails grow out of their shells and leave old ones behind and grow new ones? I am not sure, I will look in my Nature Set.” (Great, she is learning how to learn independently.) But - the whole set does not include slugs, worms or snails, three creatures a curious nature lover will encounter before many others. She was very disappointed and it knocked her faith in the power of independent research. Yes, OK, she will get over it, but what a lost opportunity. I would warm others not to expect too much from this set, especially for day to day questions, and would love to know the reasoning behind the selections.

    3 out of 5

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