Start Thinking: Bugs and Slugs
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It’s great to start reading. But it’s even better to start thinking – and the good news is, this series helps you do both. (And have lots of fun too.) Fact books for curious kids, which help you take a fresh look at your world and train your brain as well. In this book, you’ll explore the best-loved topic of minibeasts. Beautiful photos and simple words keep it all easy and light. Finished? Great! Now it’s onto the smart part: the cool ‘what do you think?’ section. How can you tell that a woodlouse isn’t an insect? What helps an earthworm move along? When does a snail go into its shell? Recap your knowledge and show off your smarts!
- A bright first fact book that helps to boost thinking skills
- Questions prompt children to consider what they have read
- Includes activity ideas to reinforce children’s understanding
- A favourite science topic linked to the school curriculum
AR book level: 3.0; Lower years; 0.5 points