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Daisy & Jack’s Perfect Pond Children’s Book

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With the help of Papa and Daddy, and some new tools from the garden centre, the two siblings create their very own plant pot pond, and soon discover that a small change can make a big difference to their local wildlife!

With pond creatures, bugs, plants, wildflowers, and plenty of animals throughout, children will have endless fun spotting and learning. Included are a frogspawn life-cycle guide, frog and toad facts, and a beautiful species identification page. Lawston’s third book in this urban nature series is bound to captivate budding nature lovers, and appeal to nature connection advocates.  Beatriz Castro’s gorgeous illustrations will enchant both reader and read-to.

  • Written in the UK
  • Beautifully illustrated
  • Sustainably printed
  • Plastic free
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With the help of Papa and Daddy, and some new tools from the garden centre, the two siblings create their very own plant pot pond, and soon discover that a small change can make a big difference to their local wildlife!

With pond creatures, bugs, plants, wildflowers, and plenty of animals throughout, children will have endless fun spotting and learning. Included are a frogspawn life-cycle guide, frog and toad facts, and a beautiful species identification page. Lawston’s third book in this urban nature series is bound to captivate budding nature lovers, and appeal to nature connection advocates.  Beatriz Castro’s gorgeous illustrations will enchant both reader and read-to.

  • Written in the UK
  • Beautifully illustrated
  • Sustainably printed
  • Plastic free

Description

Softcover: 32 Pages

Age Ranges: 3+ 

A story of sustainability and nature, when Daisy and Jack discover a small frog in their modest garden, they embark on a mission to create the perfect home for their newfound friend. With the support of Papa, along with some tools from the garden centre, the siblings construct their very own potted pond. They soon realize that even a small change can have a significant impact on the local wildlife.

About the author

Rachel Lawston is a children’s author, book designer and natural history enthusiast. She is a keen amateur orchid hunter, birdwatcher and bat detector! She has worked with many publishers as a designer, including Walker Books and Penguin Random House. She loves volunteering with education at WWT London Wetland Centre in Barnes, where her husband Paul is the Learning Manager. Paul Lawston is also an Environmental Education Consultant who brings his natural history expertise to Finn’s Garden Friends.

About the illustrator

Beatriz Castro is a professional illustrator. Growing up in Logroño, La Rioja, Spain, she was inspired by the natural world around her to draw and write stories. She is passionate about animals and books, classic stories and fairy tales and enjoys listening to rock and punk music. Her beautiful artwork has been published by numerous international publishing houses.

Published by Pikku Publishing

Materials

Sustainably Certified Paper