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Here is a selection of reviews we’ve received in the press, but we welcome any feedback from you.

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  • Friday 26th August 2016

    Toppsta

    GET OUT NATURE ACTIVITY BOOK
    This gorgeous activity book is divided into four; there is a chapter for each season. Children are presented with animals, plants and objects to look for or listen out for, with the proviso that they shouldn’t collect or eat anything that they find. There’s a lovely variety of activities: spot the difference; colour and complete the pictures; true or false questions; find the matching pairs; spot the odd one out and guess an object’s identity from its close up. Oh, and there’s also the delightful Whose Poos? activity where you’re asked to match the animal to its droppings! A page guaranteed to be popular with children.

    The book is produced to a very high standard: it’s full colour throughout, there’s lots of gorgeous photography and the paper is high quality, which is important because there’s a lot for children to colour in and complete themselves.

    This is an excellent book to pique children’s interest in nature and it may just tempt them away from their iPads and computer screens and out into the great outdoors.

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  • Sunday 21st February 2016

    The Bookbag

    NATURE EXPLORER’S SCRAPBOOK
    An activity book, but not as you know it is what it says on the back cover – and I have to agree. Here at Bookbag we tend to avoid ‘activity books’ as they usually have soft covers, lots of stickers and they’re the sort of thing you pick up at the supermarket checkout in the hope that it will buy you an hour or two’s peace in the school holidays. The Nature Explorer’s Handbook is a different beast altogether. It’s part album in which you’re going to collect and store your own finds, part explanation of the best practices of how you should go about this and part nature guide. It’s a substantial hardback book with an elastic band to keep it shut – as it’s really going to get quite bulky when your collection grows. Production values for the book are high – this really is something which will be treasured for years.

    We’ve recently seen another book from Fine Feather Press – here at Bookbag Towers we had great fun with The Little Book of Woodland Bird Songs by Andrea Pinnington and Caz Buckingham. It would delight any budding bird watcher.

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  • Friday 12th February 2016

    The Bookbag

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF WOODLAND BIRD SONGS
    Take a well-put-together board book (don’t worry about it being a board book – no one is going to say that they’re a bit too old for a board book once they see it), add exquisite pictures of a dozen birds – one on each double-page spread – and then fill in the details. You’ll need the name of the bird in English and Latin and a description of the bird in words which a child can understand but which won’t patronise an adult. Then you’ll need details of where the bird is found, what it eats, where it nests, how many eggs it lays, how the male and female adults differ and their size. Then you need a ‘Did you know?’ fact and this needs to be something which will interest children, but which adults might not know either. Does it sound simple? Well it isn’t, but ‘The Little Book of Woodland Bird Songs’ does it perfectly. And there’s a bonus, but I’ll tell you about that in a moment.

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  • Saturday 11th July 2015

    Landlove Magazine

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    The Little Book of Garden Bird Songs by Caz Buckingham and Andrea Pinnington brings the calming tweets of your favourite garden birds into your home, teaching you the common calls of the robin, chaffinch and even blue tit. Perfect to encourage little ones to learn about their feathered friends, the book comes with 12 different bird song recordings to accompany detailed imagery and facts about each beautiful bird. Find out which yellow and blue bird can lay up to 12 speckled eggs at a time, which bird has a different accent according to where they are from and which glorious green creature has a beak perfectly shaped for cracking open nuts and seeds. A colourful and engaging book, The Little Book of Garden Bird Songs is a fun way to learn about the sounds of your garden.

  • Thursday 11th June 2015

    Nature's Home RSPB Magazine

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    Proof that you’re never too old for push-button sound books, this delightful volume helps you get to know the voices in your garden. Pairing 12 different audio recordings with oft-seen garden birds illustrated in fine and quite lovely detail, it includes informative profiles and surprising facts. Fun for all the family.

  • Saturday 11th April 2015

    When the Dust Settles

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    Being the son of the Fat Birder has its perks, being the granddaughter and namesake has even more, so when the little lady saw The Little Book of Garden Bird Songs by Andrea Pinnington & Caz Buckingham, we made a quick call to the old man and got him to arrange a review copy for us, well birds and our family go hand in hand so we had to really.

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  • Saturday 11th April 2015

    British Trust for Ornithology

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    There seem to be few garden bird books available for very young children, so when this board book came along targeted at age 3 and above I was intrigued to see what it had to offer. It covers 12 garden bird species that most people will encounter in their garden including Great Tit, Greenfinch and Carrion Crow. Each bird has a double page with illustrations and facts including where they are found, what they eat, where they nest and a ‘Did you know’. Down the side of the book are sound buttons corresponding to each species’ song, operated by battery, and consisting of good quality recordings.

    This is a book that, in fact, could appeal to all ages. The pictures and sounds are great for a young child to learn from, and the facts and descriptions will engage older children. It would also be suitable as a basic book for adults wanting to learn more about gardens birds, giving them the ability to start understanding basic birdsong, or even better – a good opportunity for an adult to spend time with a child, learning together.

    Clare Simm
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  • Wednesday 11th March 2015

    Books for Keeps

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    A happy marriage of traditional bird identification with a novelty sound bar makes for a wonderfully useful book that will be enjoyed right across the age groups. Learning to identify individual bird songs is not straightforward; many birds have a regional accent or imitate other birds and even machines. However, it is a skill that once learned, gives huge pleasure and will stay with you for life. What better way than to start with the young? The authors introduce twelve of the most common garden birds that you are likely to see at a bird table or feeder. These range from the familiar robin and thrush to the colourful goldfinch and plain little dunnock (sometimes described as an SBJ – small brown job). Each photographic profile is accompanied by description highlighting key characteristics and information on nesting and feeding, as well as some surprising or unusual facts. Alongside each page a sound bar allows the reader to hear a snatch of song at the press of a button. The quality of sound is good, and there is clear information on how to safely replace (and recycle) the batteries, extending the life of the book. The combination of decorative artwork and photography makes a very attractive package, which would prove a delightful gift for any outdoor-loving child. An imaginative and inspiring way to bring the dawn chorus to life.
    Reviewed by Sue Unstead

  • Wednesday 11th March 2015

    Families South-East Magazine

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    Can you recognize birds by their song? A delightful new interactive book featuring British bird songs is published in March 2015._ The Little Book of Garden Bird Songs_ features 12 of our most common garden birds and their calls. The solid board book is chunky enough for even the smallest hands to manage.

  • Tuesday 24th February 2015

    Toppsta

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    This is a fantastic book, it covers 12 of the most common garden birds with beautiful illustrations and facts about each bird. Down the side of the book is a battery operated panel featuring a button to push to hear each of the birds beautiful songs. This book is aimed at children, but I think it is a book that the whole family can enjoy and learn from.

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  • Friday 13th February 2015

    The London Evening Standard

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    If you’ve ever wondered which bird it is warbling and twittering away in your garden, this is the book for you. Press one of the 12 buttons on the sidebar and find out. The carrion crow, rasping and throaty; the dunnock, clear and musical; the great tit, which has quite a repertoire; the wren, one of the first in the morning and sweetly trilling.

    The text on each bird gives you the basics and the illustrations are charming. Aimed at children, this lovely book turns out to be the most popular in the office.

    Katie Law

  • Wednesday 11th February 2015

    The Bookbag

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    Take a well-put-together board book (don’t worry about it being a board book – no one is going to suggest that they’re a bit too old for that), add exquisite pictures of a dozen birds – one on each double-page spread – and then fill in the details. You’ll need the name of the bird in English and Latin and a description of the bird in words which a child can understand but which won’t patronise an adult. Then you’ll need details of where the bird is found, what it eats, where it nests, how many eggs it lays, how the male and female adults differ and their size. Then you need a ‘Did you know?’ fact and this needs to be something which will interest children, but which adults might not know either. Does it sound simple? Well it isn’t, but ‘The Little Book of Garden Bird Song’ does it perfectly. And there’s a bonus, but I’ll tell you about that in a moment.

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  • Wednesday 11th February 2015

    Bird Watching Magazine

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF GARDEN BIRD SONGS
    Want a book to encourage the youngest birder in your life? Check out The Little Book of Garden Bird Songs from Fine Feather Press. It includes beautifully illustrated information on some of our commonest garden birds, along with a sound bar that will help you identify the featured birds by their songs. The publishers describe it as a perfect book for families to enjoy while out and about, and to encourage young people to listen to, as well as look at, the wealth of nature around them.

  • Thursday 6th November 2014

    Parents in Touch Online Magazine

    STICKER PLAY SCENE: FARM
    Many children will visit farms whether in the country or in city farms. This colourful sticker pack will be the perfect accompaniment, helping children identify the creatures they will meet on the farm. A striking feature of all these sticker scenes is the amazing detail which is found on each sticker. The final review of this wonderful set of stickers with a difference is for Sticker Play Scenes: Butterflies.

  • Thursday 6th November 2014

    Parents in Touch Online Magazine

    STICKER PLAY SCENE: PONDS & RIVERS
    Pond dipping is a great family activity, so why not take this along with you – or better still, complete it at home afterwards so it doesn’t get wet! The fold-out watery scene (with reusable stickers) has a simple ID guide giving the names of the featured animals and plants. The seaside is a popular place and this Sticker Play Scenes: Seashore will encourage children to look out for the natural beauties which are all around us.

  • Thursday 6th November 2014

    Parents in Touch Online Magazine

    STICKER PLAY SCENE: WOODS & FORESTS
    This pack includes 35+ stickers (on two sheets) plus a fold-out forest scene to put them on. You could use these packs as I-spy games – once the creature, plant or bird has been spotted, place it on the scene – taking care to put it in an appropriate place! This will develop children’s observational skills and help them remember. There is also a simple guide that names the most common woodland animals, plants and fungi. All the sticker play scenes are suitable for children of 3+. Woods and forest are also home to Wild Flowers so this sticker play scene with its meadow scene will be good to use alongside each other.

  • Thursday 6th November 2014

    Parents in Touch Online Magazine

    STICKER PLAY SCENE: GARDEN BIRDS
    Children love stickers so what a great way to introduce them to the natural world around them and encourage them to take a real interest. Inside this on-the-go activity pack, there are over 35 reusable photographic stickers which can be used to decorate the enchanting open-out garden play scene. There is also a handy guide to the names of our best-loved British birds. While children are out spotting birds, they will also be able to spot some of the creatures featured in the accompanying Sticker Play Scenes: Garden Wildlife and then put the stickers on the play scene. Fine Feather Press was founded by Caz Buckingham and Andrea Pinnington. All the titles are designed to inspire a love of nature in children from an early age.

  • Monday 4th August 2014

    Landlove.com

    LET’S LOOK IN WOODS & FORESTS
    Let’s Look in Woods & Forests by Fine Feather Press is a sticker and activity play book that focuses on getting children outside to enjoy nature, exploring birds, bugs and leaves in their natural habitat, the forest. Guiding children through the woods and forests, the play book gives readers woodland facts allowing them to learn as they play – from what a squirrels nest is called, to other names for foxgloves and how old the oldest tree in the world is. A tick sheet of common woodland creatures and plants can also be found, along with stickers to decorate a forest at the back of the book. Let’s Look in Woods & Forests helps young children to learn more about the inhabitants and fruits of the forest as they’re introduced to this exciting natural world, making this the perfect gift for children aged four to eight.

  • Saturday 5th July 2014

    Primary Times

    LET’S LOOK ON THE SEASHORE
    Are you planning on spending a hot summer’s day down at the beach with the children? If so, Let’s Look on the Seashore is an excellent stick and play book to make that experience all the more enjoyable for young ones. It contains a list of animals and plants that one might see in the rockpools, on the sand, or in the ocean, along with colourful pictures to make it easier for children, and 30 stickers of these creatures for them to have fun with. Children learn and have fun at the same time, whilst being outside in nature. There are more “Let’s Look” books for other places and occasions, such as Let’s Look on the Farm and Let’s Look for Wildflowers.

  • Tuesday 1st July 2014

    BBC Wildlife Magazine

    LET’S LOOK ON THE SEASHORE
    This charming sticker book offers an introduction to the UK coastal habitats suitable for four- to eight-year olds. It includes an illustrated spotter’s guide and a list of amazing seashore facts – did you know that cowrie shells were once used as currency?

  • Tuesday 1st July 2014

    The Onion Magazine

    GET OUT! NATURE PUZZLES & GAMES
    Pencils at the ready! This book is absolutely bursting with things for children to do. Split into the four seasons, this nature book has 44 pages of mazes, memory games, matching, colouring-in pages, join the dots, riddles and word games. Some of the images used are quite refreshingly grown-up such as barbel and dunnock, rather than “fish” and “bird” and the illustrations are a delightful combination of photographs and drawings. It also comes with a lovely wallchart/poster so that sightings can be satisfyingly ticked off.
    Reviewed by Jessica Harding

  • Monday 5th May 2014

    Blackbird Pie

    LET’S LOOK ON THE SEASHORE
    A new, small, award-winning publisher and a very traditional but down-to-earth series of “spot and learn, stick and play” books (there are seven other titles). Beautifully photographed on very thick paper, good basic information and a fold-out to arrange your stickers. Essential for exploring beaches.

  • Saturday 1st March 2014

    Books for Keeps

    GREEN SHOOTS OF SPRING: FINE FEATHER PRESS
    Spring’s arrival this year is heralded not just by the appearance of primroses and wood anemones but by a clutch of refreshingly different natural history books. The four Let’s Look titles – Seashore, Farm, Woods & Forests, Ponds & Rivers – from new publisher Fine Feather Press make me want to be outside exploring with small children in tow. The spring also marks the first anniversary of Fine Feather Press, set up jointly by a duo with a background in book publishing and multimedia.

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  • Wednesday 5th February 2014

    Bookbag.com

    LET’S LOOK ON THE FARM
    Here at Bookbag we don’t normally cover sticker books but with the school holidays coming up we couldn’t resist a series of books which just might get children away from the computer and out in the fresh air doing something interesting – and which might even be gently educational. We’ve seen four books in the Let Look on the… series and Let’s Look on the Farm is an good example of the series.

    The format is simple. You start with a paperback book of A4 size, but with a cover that’s rather more substantial than usual. There’s an introduction to the location – in this case the farm, with its different crops and animals followed by more detail as the page is turned. Some ‘Amazing Farm Facts’ cover more than just the basics, such as the fact that carrots were sometimes purple rather than orange and hens often cluck as they lay their eggs.

    Next up is a double-page spread of animals and crops for you to spot and tick off and then a some harder items to find. In the centre of the book is a sheet of thirty stickers which will detach without causing any damage – and at the back of the book there’s a fold-out farmscape on which you can place your stickers. The illustrations are good – and the stickers do, which can’t always be said.

    The series will interest children up to the age of seven or eight, with a not unreasonable cover price.

  • Wednesday 30th October 2013

    National Geographic Kids Magazine

    GET OUT NATURE PUZZLES & GAMES
    If you’re nutty about nature and potty about puzzles, then this beautiful book is for you! Explore the seasons with pictures, activities and games all about the great outdoors. There’s even an amazing wall chart tucked into a secret pocket, featuring seasonal plants and animals for you to find and tick off. It’s a wild read!

  • Sunday 20th October 2013

    Parents in Touch Online Magazine

    123 NATURE ACTIVITY CARDS
    I reviewed some products from Fine Feather Press before and raved about them, so I was delighted to see that they have just brought out two more products to interest pre-schoolers in our natural world. Numbers 1 to 20 are included in these fold-over, generously sized cards. On the front is the number with a delicate illustration from nature framed in pretty border. Inside each card there are colour illustrations with puzzles and questions to discuss with your child, then the number is repeated on the back. There are so many ways to use these cards – obviously, to learn numbers but also to learn about nature through observation – take the ‘2’ card out for example, and spot the birds. Each activity is different and all provide ways to encourage children to take an interest in nature. The cards are beautifully produced and a joy to use.

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  • Sunday 20th October 2013

    Parents in Touch Online Magazine

    ABC WALL FRIEZE
    A beautifully created frieze, full of delicate drawings (with lots of detail to spot) and excellent photos, all on good quality card. I would love to see this used in the Reception classroom, not simply as a wall frieze on its own (although it is great for that) but to be part of a nature table display so the children could be encouraged to bring in relevant objects, pictures etc. It would be a lovely way to get them involved and to help them appreciate the beauties of nature. Everything on the frieze can easily be seen in the world around (or above) us so it’s really relevant to children. Perfect for a child’s bedroom wall too and again children could be encouraged to create relevant collections – as there are seven sections, if space is limited, collect for four letters at a time. A most attractive way to learn the alphabet.

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  • Tuesday 30th July 2013

    Books for Keeps Magazine

    5/5 star rating

    GET OUT NATURE PUZZLES & GAMES
    How do you foster young children’s interest in the natural world? This beautifully designed and produced book helps start the process by encouraging the careful observation of the plants, animals and weather conditions typical of each season. It provides interesting nature-based activities including: help the worker bee through the honeycomb maze; assign animals to the right family group; add the appropriate beaks to drawings of different birds and solving nature riddles. Part of becoming a young naturalist involves learning about the ways in which we categorise the natural world…But the aesthetic aspects – the sheer beauty of the changing seasons and weather conditions as well as the attractiveness of living things – have been a concern of this author and illustrator. So we have exquisite illustrations of grasses, shells and leaves as well as many appealing pictures of creatures. These illustrations are a lyrical combination of artwork and photography and all have been created especially for the book. No picture banks used here!

    Poets illuminate our understanding of nature as well as scientists and so we find included Robert Louis Stevenson’s Bed in Summer which captures a child’s yearning to stay up on light summer nights. I also like the invitation to fill in the spaces in the down to earth Nature’s Code poem.

    A fold-out wall chart shows the plants and animals associated with each season and would be a helpful resource in a nursery or early years classroom. But this book and wall chart package would also support a family helping children to learn more about nature by enjoying together the activities which are the backbone of what is on offer here. It has the charm and individuality of another era while also offering quality information and insight into the natural world. It is the sort of nature book I would have loved to have been given as a child. MM

  • Tuesday 30th July 2013

    BBC Wildlife Magazine

    GET OUT NATURE PUZZLES & GAMES
    Packed with exciting nature activities, this beautiful book will keep children aged 5–10 entertained for hours. Authors Caz Buckingham and Andrea Pinnington have created mazes, riddles, quizzes and drawing games that burst with colour and include engaging wildlife facts to intrigue young minds.

  • Monday 1st July 2013

    Guardian Review

    GET OUT NATURE PUZZLES & GAMES
    This is a fantastic book! I love it, the kids haven’t a clue what to make of it and I won’t let them ruin it with their random scribbles. It claims to be a highly original collection of nature based activities to inspire a love of the outdoors. Well, job well done, it’s gorgeous and jam packed with fun and games. There is also a big fold-out poster with lots of picture of wild life and animals on it. It’s making me want to move to the countryside. If your wee ones love nature or you just want to introduce them to it and don’t know where to start, this book would be a good buy.
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  • Monday 1st July 2013

    Bird Watching Magazine

    NATURE BOOKS FOR KIDS
    Children have always been fascinated by nature, but nowadays it seems that fewer and fewer of them actually get to experience it first-hand by venturing out to explore the wildlife that lives just outside their front doors.

    Fine Feather Press’s new range of books aims to change that, by helping children identify with the world around them and get them outside.

    The books, which include titles on birds, butterflies, garden wildlife and flowers, along with flashcards and a puzzle book, contain illustrations and information, as well as stickers and tick lists. The books and cards are designed to be both fun and educational, and to inspire a love of nature from an early age.

  • Saturday 15th June 2013

    Parents in Touch Online Magazine

    GET OUT NATURE PUZZLES & GAMES
    Like the other books by Fine Feather Press, this book is a delight with its charming design. It’s packed with nature activities that will encourage families to get out and about enjoying the world around us. It’s a combination of spotter’s guide and activity book which takes the reader through the seasons, spotting wildlife and enjoying a rich variety of activities including puzzles, drawing, colouring and writing about nature. The approach is very original and I love the friendly approach of the text. There’s a nature wall chart as well. An excellent way to engender a love of nature and thoroughly enjoyable.

  • Saturday 15th June 2013

    Parents in Touch Online Magazine

    LET’S LOOK FOR BUTTERFLIES
    These books have sturdy card pages that mean they can be used repeatedly and still retain their glossy attractive appearance – Caz Buckingham’s designs and illustrations are exceptional. 30 common butterflies are featured with stickers for each and a meadow scene to complete. Information includes parts of a butterfly, facts, food and life cycle. Also available Let’s Look For Wild Flowers and Let’s Look For Garden Wildlife – together, the series makes an excellent way to encourage children to get outside and enjoy wildlife.

  • Saturday 15th June 2013

    Parents in Touch Online Magazine

    LET’S LOOK FOR GARDEN BIRDS
    Children always enjoy “I Spy” type books and they do offer a great incentive for children to get out and observe the world around them. Having said that, the quality of the illustrations far exceeds what you would expect from an “I Spy” book and these are definitely books to keep for reference, even if you are lucky enough to have spotted everything.

  • Thursday 6th June 2013

    Lovereading4kids.com

    LET’S LOOK FOR SERIES
    Selected by Julia Eccleshare:
    Parents can finally breathe a sigh of relief: there’s a new way to entice children outside and give them something fun to do. Each of the first four titles in this new nature series is packed with different animal and flower species to find, fascinating facts, a fold-out sticker scene and over 30 reusable stickers.

  • Friday 24th May 2013

    Regatta Online Magazine Blog

    GET OUT NATURE PUZZLES & GAMES
    For older children, a puzzle and games book called Get Out is perfect for bank holiday weekends or school holiday entertainment. Getting the kids to ditch their electronic games consoles and out and about looking at wildlife and nature has to be a good thing! The Get Out book has spotting, drawing and guessing games as well as stickers – everyone loves stickers! – and a lovely nature wall chart.

    Get Out Nature Puzzles and Games on test

    Handing an old-fashioned style book to a child could go badly wrong in the 21st century. Many kids are so focused on electronics and digital productions that a book could be tossed into the corner of their bedroom and forgotten about because it’s seemingly so dated. But we took our chances and handed the Get Out activity book to eight-year-old Sam. She immediately liked the look of the book. Phew!

    Watching her investigate the book, she was drawn to the puzzles and games and carefully chose her first few tasks: Find the matching pairs of shells, Help the worker bee out of the maze and Name that group of animals (a multi choice game). Next she pulled the Nature Wall Chart from the back folder of the book and spent time considering the wildlife she already knew and others that she had never seen. A promise from dad, John, to spot more of this wildlife in the school holidays made her smile.

    Sam said: “This is a fun book. I like the pictures. There is lots to do in it and it makes me more interested in wildlife. I want dad to go with me to the countryside to learn more now.”

    John reported that the activity book kept Sam busy over a weekend, with still more games left to do. He said: “Sam liked the different types of games and the chance to draw. She really likes drawing. She also learned a lot and kept coming to tell me about different types of birds and animals. I am surprised that she enjoyed this book so much because she would normally prefer to be playing a games console. I am impressed.”

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  • Friday 24th May 2013

    Regatta Online Magazine Blog

    ABC NATURE ACTIVITY CARDS
    Fine Feather Press have brought out two other nature activities for children. Again, these are beautiful and easily draw you in to investigate further. The ABC Nature Activity Cards are an original and entertaining way for children to learn their alphabet and words. The pack includes fold-over flashcards that are packed with pre-school activities, helping youngsters to learn about nature.

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  • Friday 24th May 2013

    Regatta Online Magazine Blog

    LET’S LOOK FOR SERIES
    I came across a delightful set of nature activity packs and books this week – and I found myself suddenly transported back to my childhood; to days of I Spy and treasure hunts! Bliss!

    Published by Fine Feather Press, a series of Let’s Look nature books – including Garden Birds, Wild Flowers, Butterflies and Garden Wildlife – are far from today’s electronic wizardry. But the beautifully produced books are somehow better because they are not digitally produced!

    I can see children being engaged by these books, which are stuffed full of beautiful illustrations and stickers. (Every age loves stickers!) Parents can help kids to spot that various flora and fauna and help them to learn about, for example, bird noises and flower pollinators.

    There are tick boxes for the wildlife spotted and pages for creating a sticker display.

    If you’re a parent who is keen to get your kids outdoors, these books could be a great aid and attraction.

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