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Are You a Snail (Up the Garden Path)

Judy Allen and Tudor Humphries

Kingfisher

A delightfully illustrated book about snails, both interesting and informative and aimed specifically for young children.

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Bartholomew and the Bug

Neal Layton

Hodder Children's Books

Winner of the Bronze Smarties Book Prize 2004

A charming and quirky story about an unlikely friendship, by the award winning Neal Layton: 'Bartholomew and the Bug' teaches even the youngest child to 'seize the day'.

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Billy's Beetle

Mick Inkpen

Hodder and Stoughton

A delightful story about the hunt for Billy's lost beetle. (Children love to find the beetle on each page).

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Bugs and Slugs

Judy Tatchell

Usborne

A beautifully illustarted 'lift the flap' book whose vibrant colours will delight small children. Great 'talk about' book.

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Centipede (Bug Books)

Chris Macro et al

Heinemann Library

This look at centipedes is one of a series focusing on familiar minibeasts. It covers size, appearance, birth and reproduction, growth, feeding, predators, life-span, movement, and different types.

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Ladybird (Bug Books)

Chris Macro, Karen Hartley, Jill Bailey

Heinemann Library

This look at ladybirds is one of a series focusing on familiar minibeasts. It covers size, appearance, birth and reproduction, growth, feeding, predators, life-span, movement, and different types.

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Minibeasts (Themes for Early Years Science.)

Avril Harpley, Ann Roberts

Scholastic

Young children are fascinated by living creatures and the theme of this title is a way of broadening their knowledge of the world around them. The cross-curricular activities in this book focus on five familiar minibeasts: ladybirds, snails, worms, spiders and butterflies. The book also includes photocopiable activity sheets and ideas for displays and assemblies.

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Snail (Bug Books)

Chris Macro, Kare Hartley, Jill Bailey

Heinemann Library

This look at snails is one of a series focusing on familiar minibeasts. Includes lots of colour photographs.

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