Butterflies and Moths Handbook
This practical handbook helps readers to identify more than 40 UK butterfly and moth species. Readers are encouraged to personlise their handbook by adding photos and sketches, making notes and ticking the check lists provided. Photofiles provide extra information, showing butterflies and moths in their natural environment and feature spreads show the differences between butterflies and moths and how to encourage them to visit your garden.
Coastal & Sea Birds
Coastal Sea Birds Handbook has been produced in an exciting, spiral bound notebook format that gives children the opportunity to record their own photographs, drawings and observations. With stickers to add to pages and a pull-out poster, this interactive book is perfect for all budding bird watchers.
This alphabetic handbook features over 40 dinosaurs. Each page showcases a realistic illustration and a scale-to-man feature shows how big each dinosaur was. Every dinosaur is accompanied by its own super fact and there is also an interactive write-in area for children to make their own notes and draw their own pictures. The dino data box provides information on size, weight, fossil finds and pronunciation of names, while a locator map shows where in the world fossils have been found!
Horses and Ponies Handbook
This practical handbook is the ultimate equine identification guide. The opening section of the book introduces the reader to horse anatomy, caring for a horse and the equipment used for horse riding. Thirty-seven breeds are included, covering hotbloods, warmbloods, coldbloods and ponies. Each factfile not only gives important identification tips with beautiful photographs, but also vital stats, including origin, colour, characteristics and uses.
An ideal resource for the budding David Attenborough, Nature Detectives Handbook is part of the Nature Detectives project, designed by the Woodland Trust to bring phenology to the under 18s. 50 wildlife species are included, including trees, birds and amphibians. Each factfile not only gives vital identification tips with a wealth of detailed artwork, but also phenological data to help track the changing natural environment.
This practical handbook enables readers to identify more than 40 UK coastal wildlife species. Readers are encouraged to personalise their handbook by adding photos, making notes and ticking off what they have seen. Species factfiles cover a wide range of seashore finds such as seaweeds, plants, insects, molluscs, crustaceans, birds and more. Photofiles show wildlife in its natural environment and feature spreads introduce seashore safety, provide information on coastal habitats and show readers how to become a beachcombing expert.
This practical handbook is the ultimate night sky identification guide. The opening section shows the reader how to find the planets, how to understand maps of the night sky, and gives information on how to observe space safely. Detailed factfiles cover the Sun, Moon, Planets, Comets and Stars and include important identification tips as well as key dates and important information on how and when to spot objects.
Building on the success of Nature Detectives’ Handbook, this title is the ultimate tree identification guide. The introduction pages explore trees through the seasons, how to plant a tree and the Woodland Trust’s ‘Ancient Tree Hunt’ campaign. A factfile for each species gives vital statistics, including height, location and flowering and fruiting times. Children are encouraged to take photos, make notes and use the stickers to record their sightings.