Watch Them Grow!
Watch Them Grow!
Watch Them Grow!
Watch Them Grow!
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Watch Them Grow!

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Paperback | 36 pages | 230 x 230mm
Publication June 2024 | ISBN 9781802586633

Content:
Watch them Grow! is a fun, rhyming text exploring some of nature’s unique life cycles,
including frogs, starlings, moths, turtles and more.

Reviews:

'James’ gentle, flowing rhythm and rhymes carried me along in this engaging and charming picture book. It’s beautifully illustrated by James Munro and both James’ combine to be one more than the sum of their parts.' Dom Conlon

'Filled with interesting animals and their life cycles, this is a great, non- fiction edition for younger readers.' Mammy Gittins

'This is a really fun and engaging way of introducing life cycles to young children and this book would be a brilliant accompaniment to science learning on the subject.' Books for Little Bookworms

About the author:
James Carter is an award-winning children’s poet and non-fiction writer. An ambassador for National Poetry Day, for the last twenty years he has travelled all over the UK and mainland Europe to give lively and engaging performances. A former lecturer in Creative Writing/Children’s Literature at The University of Reading in the last twenty years he has visited some 1500 schools, many libraries in England and Wales and performed at many key literary festivals including Hay, Edinburgh and Cheltenham. He has written over forty titles to date.

About the illustrator:
James Munro has been drawing since he could grasp a pencil. Since then, everything
in his path has fallen prey to his doodles, from books and magazines to films and animations. He lives and works in a pile of pencil shavings and spilled ink in Liverpool.