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Bugs & Slugs QED Readers Level 2

By: Sally Hewitt(Author)
24 pages, Illustrations
Publisher: QED Publishing
Bugs & Slugs
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  • Bugs & Slugs ISBN: 9781781715451 Paperback Jun 2014 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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What is the difference between a slug and a snail? What helps an earthworm to move along? What does a caterpillar turn into? With fun photographs and fascinating facts, meet all kinds of creepy-crawly characters.


- Small animals are everywhere
- Insects
- Butterflies
- Spiders
- Woodlice
- Eartworms
- Snails and slugs
- Glossary

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Sally Hewitt is an experienced teacher who writes and edits books for children on a wide variety of subjects, including science, maths and music

By: Sally Hewitt(Author)
24 pages, Illustrations
Publisher: QED Publishing
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