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Let's look at winter
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Let's look at winter

Series: Pebble plus : investigate the seasons

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781474756631

Publication Date: 24 Jan 2019

Subject: Nature

Suitable for: Primary (Year 1)

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Explores and illustrates the characteristics of the winter season.

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Summary

Explores and illustrates the characteristics of the winter season.

How do we know it's winter? The air is cold and snow falls. Animals look for food. Many plants turn brown, but evergreens stay green. What do you see in winter?

This book shows young readers how to recognise the changes that happen in winter.

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Contents

It's winter!
Animals in winter
Plants in winter
What's next?
Glossary
Find out more
Comprehension questions
Index

Category
JNF
Subject
Nature
Dewey
578.43
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Illustrator
Illustrations
Full colour photos throughout
Publisher
Pub. date
24 Jan 2019
Edition
New in Paperback
ISBN
9781474756631
BIC code
Binding
Stitched
Pages
24
Width
274mm
Height
228mm
Weight
126g
Index
Yes
Contents page
Yes
Glossary
Yes
VAT-able amount
0%
Product dimensions
A3
A4

274mm x 228mm

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