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Plant An Idea

The natural world holds inherent fascination for young children. With 50 imaginative activities using flowers, trees and plant life throughout the year, this 58 page, A4 book will bring out the extraordinary in the ordinary - helping children look at the world from alternative angles with enquiring minds.

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