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De la Bédoyère, Camilla

Lead your child through an amazing menagerie of more than 300 lavishly illustrated animals. Count the number of fishes in a shoal, find out who has the strangest beak? Learn about the fastest, the biggest, the most colourful, and the weird and wonderful! With beautiful illustrations covering mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects, spiders and other invertebrates, there is something to engage and delight your child on every page

Book. English.
Published London: QED, 2014
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Statement of responsibility: by Camilla de le Bedoyere
ISBN: 178171911X, 9781781719114
Intended audience: Juvenile. Key stage 1 and 2.
Note: Originally published: 2013.
Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations (colour) ; 31 cm
Subject: Animals Pictorial works Juvenile literature.; Animals.; Non-Fiction 5+.

Author note

A background in science, education and journalism has been the perfect foundation for author, CAMILLA DE LE BÉDOYÈRE . She studied Zoology and Geology at Bristol University, and has subsequently written or edited more than 200 books for children and adults, many of which aim to explain and explore the natural world and our relationship with it. As a freelance journalist, Camilla compiled the Children's Page in a British national newspaper for more than six years, and her work for adults includes magazine articles and books on health, art, design, biography and travel. She undertakes consultancy work for organisations that provide written advice and guidance for children and young people, and helps their authors to write clear English for particular age groups and abilities. Camilla is a specialist literacy teacher at a London high school, developing reading skills and encouraging a love of learning through books. In her spare time, Camilla pursues an interest in art and likes to travel, visiting the places she writes about and watching wildlife in action.