• My First Book of Southern African Birds – Volume 2 Quick View
  • My First Book of Southern African Animal Tracks Quick View
    • My First Book of Southern African Animal Tracks Quick View
    • My First Book of Southern African Animal Tracks
    • he animals and birds included are those that you are likely to find on visits to nature reserves or game parks – or even in gardens. For each species featured, the book gives: Life-sized track ‘imprints’ A full-colour illustration of the animal and a visual size comparison with a human body, arm or hand A short description in four languages…
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  • My First Book of Southern African Mammals Quick View
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    • My First Book of Southern African Mammals
    • Mammals come in a huge variety of shapes and sizes, from tiny bats and mice to massive elephants and whales. This title introduces a cross-section of southern African mammals - 58 animals illustrated in full colour, along with easy text and visual clues as to the animals' size, their tracks and what they eat. Author: Peter Apps
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  • My First Book of Southern African Wildlife Quick View
    • My First Book of Southern African Wildlife Quick View
    • My First Book of Southern African Wildlife
    • My First Book of Southern African Wildlife  introduces the young reader to a selection of southern Africa's most commonly seen and fascinating wildlife species. Divided into three sections, the title covers 58 mammals, 58 birds and 56 reptiles. Striking full-colour illustrations are accompanied by brief descriptions in four languages, and there are visual clues to diet, size and habitat of each creature.…
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  • My First Book of Southern African Snakes and Other Reptiles Quick View
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    • My First Book of Southern African Snakes and Other Reptiles
    • My first book of Southern African snakes and other reptiles introduces 56 different species, with accurate, full-colour illustrations accompanied by concise text and simple graphics that depict where the reptile lives, what it eats, how it reproduces, and how big it is when fully grown. In addition to snakes, the title also features lizards, geckos, skinks, tortoises and turtles - of…
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  • My First Book of Southern African Creepy-Crawlies Quick View
    • My First Book of Southern African Creepy-Crawlies Quick View
    • My First Book of Southern African Creepy-Crawlies
    • he title covers 58 spiders, snails, millipedes and other creatures (excluding insects) that are likely to be seen around the home and garden. An illustrated introduction gives context to the subject, and then each page features: a vivid, full-colour illustration; clear, informative text and visual clues for both pre- and beginner readers; translation into 3 other languages – Afrikaans, Xhosa…
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  • African Birds To Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Birds To Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Birds To Read, Colour & Keep
    • Why does the African Jacana have long toes? What colour is the Cape Parrot? Which bird feasts on wild figs? And where does the Diderick Cuckoo lay its eggs? Children will find the answers to these questions - and lots more interesting facts - while enjoying hours of fun colouring in a selection of our most beautiful birds. Author: Sally…
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  • African Wild Flowers – To Read, Colour and Keep Quick View
  • African Insects To Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Insects To Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Insects To Read, Colour & Keep
    • How do Corn crickets produce their high-pitched sounds? Which insect has a forked horn on the front of its head? Where does the small scarlet dragonfly scatter its eggs? Which bug is named after a famous artist? Children will find the answers to these questions - and many other interesting facts - while enjoying hours of fun colouring in a…
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  • African Wildlife: To Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Wildlife: To Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Wildlife: To Read, Colour & Keep
    • This title is a fun and educational way for children to learn about Africa's fascinating wildlife. It offers 22 realistic pictures of wild animals to be coloured in, and informative verses about each animal. The back cover features a coloured-in image of each animal, which serves as a guide to the 'correct' coloration and patterning of the animal (should it…
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  • African Mammals To Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Mammals To Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Mammals To Read, Colour & Keep
    • Why do elephants flap their ears? Which big cat leaps into the air to catch birds? How do bushbabies get their name? Discover the answers to these questions and enjoy hours of colouring fun with the latest addition to our Read, colour and keep series. There are more than 40 animals to colour in, each illustration providing budding artists and…
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  • African Seashores – Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Seashores – Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Seashores – Read, Colour & Keep
    • Children will enjoy hours of fun colouring in this selection of our most striking seashore life – more than 40 of the brightest, most fascinating, commonly known creatures and plants from our local shores. In the middle of the book is a full-colour gallery of all the featured shore life, giving a clear guide as to which shade of crayon…
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  • African Reptiles & Frogs – Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Reptiles & Frogs – Read, Colour & Keep Quick View
    • African Reptiles & Frogs – Read, Colour & Keep
    • How does the sea snake swim? What is a 'hinged' tortoise? Who cleans a crocodile's teeth? Do toads cause warts? How do some frogs survive the dry season? Children will find the answers to these questions – and many other interesting facts – while enjoying hours of fun colouring in a selection of our most striking reptiles and amphibians (frogs…
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