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5-Minute Nature Stories: A Picture Book

5-Minute Nature Stories: A Picture Book

Current price: $14.99
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2023
Publisher:
Harry N. Abrams
ISBN:
9781419767753
Pages:
112
Diane's Books of Greenwich
7 on hand, as of Apr 16 8:51am
(CHILD NON-FICTION)
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Description

Inspired by the hugely bestselling 5-Minutes Stories collections, children’s author Gabby Dawnay and illustrator Mona K present 10 read-aloud stories that invite young nature lovers to celebrate the everyday miracles in a woodland with 5-Minute Nature Stories.

Down by the meadow that blows wild and free,
There’s a world full of wonders I want you to see . . .

Written in engaging rhyming text, each real-life tale in this 10-story collection introduces one of nature’s wonders. And at the end of each story, children are invited to explore an informative “All About” page to discover more facts on the topic. Stories include:

  • The Mystery of a Mushroom
  • The Woodwide Web
  • The Song of the Deer
  • The Flight of the Blackbirds
  • The Magical Metamorphosis of Frogs
  • The Hidden Great Horned Owl
  • The Stag Beetle’s Seven-Year Feast
  • The Dance of the Honeybee
  • The Little Rabbit and the Green Machine
  • The Moth and the Moon

These make perfect bedtime stories for kids with curious minds!

About the Author

Gabby Dawnay is a children’s author and poet, whose books include the bestselling series If I Had a . . . She is also a regular contributor to OKIDO art and science magazine and a scriptwriter for children’s television.
Native to Bulgaria, Mona K is passionate about drawing quirky faces and exploring the woods. Based in the Netherlands, she spends her time dabbling in arts and design, creating crafts with a purpose, and occasionally baking cakelike goods.

Praise for 5-Minute Nature Stories: A Picture Book

"This British import features 10 informational stories in metered verse sparking delight and curiosity on the everyday miracles of nature, such as those found in mushrooms, a forest, honeybees, and moths."—School Library Journal