British Science Week 2022 with Graffeg
Celebrate British Science Week 2022 (11-20 March) with one of our non-fiction environment books, from illustrated poetic explorations to compact guides of Britains best-loved wildlife. Check out some of our recommendations below:
The Wild Wanderers by Dom Conlon and Anastasia Izlesou
From the leap of a hare and the gentlest breeze, to a blazing star and ancient trees, Wild Wanderers is a series of poetic exploration which will inspire children across the world. Each book takes a gentle and lyrical journey through biodiversity, environment and challenges to unlock a world of wonder.
Leap hand-in-paw with Hare to meet her furry cousins from America to Japan and from Europe to the Arctic, in this poetic account of habitats and predators across the world.
Teachers notes also available here.
The Nature Book Series
The vision with the Nature Book series is that we wanted to create a compact, accessible wildlife book series, exploring our relationship with some of Britain’s best-loved wild creatures, from the Bumblebee to the Red Squirrel, there is a book for everyone. Check out some of its editions below.
Animal Surprises is a series of rhyming books for ages 3-7 about the natural world, written by Nicola Davies and illustrated by Abbie Cameron. Included are various 'How to Draw' editions that can make for great use for some fun in the classroom.