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The Adventures of Woodlouse & Earwig Fantastic Tales About Minibeasts in the Garden

By: Martin Probert(Author)
109 pages, b/w illustrations
The Adventures of Woodlouse & Earwig
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  • The Adventures of Woodlouse & Earwig ISBN: 9780952486022 Paperback Dec 2020 In stock
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In this novel, we follow Woodlouse and Earwig, two friends as they emerge in the spring sunshine, and follow them through the warm summer months and a long drought, through an autumn storm, and say farewell to them as winter approaches.

During the drought, the animals organise an underground concert in which a small beetle sings a song. "It's a humorous song" she began, "about our hosts." There was a pause, then she added shyly, "About Woodlouse and Earwig".

On the way, we meet other inhabitants of the garden, a mysterious plume moth, a dreaming snail, acrobatic grasshoppers, birds, insects, other animals ... and humans too, of whom Earwig says he "never could make out one half of the odd things they do".
 

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By: Martin Probert(Author)
109 pages, b/w illustrations
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"An incredibly enjoyable novel for anyone interested in nature, wildlife or entomology."
– Hayden, aged 11, in The Bulletin of the Amateur Entomologists' Society

 

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