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William's Wild Garden

An introduction to garden wildlife in storybook form, to help children learn about the diversity of living things and care for the environment.

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One of the Beginners Life Science Series introducing children to the five areas of the KS1 Life processes and living things curriculum

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British Crop Production Council (BCPC)
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