Hannah Pang & Clover Robin

Published by Little Tiger Press – 1st October 2020

This really is a special book. I’d seen a number of other bloggers feature this wonderful non-fiction title & as soon as I saw it, I knew I had to have it! After all, seasonal changes is part of the science curriculum in Key Stage 1.

Seasons has certainly been a hit with my Year 1 class these last few weeks. The book has had pride of place on our Autumn display & is already a firm classroom favourite – my class often take it from the display pupils to explore it independently. It’s helped to aid their understanding of the changes that happen to deciduous trees throughout the seasons and the creatures that depend on them. Hibernation, migration and new life is also explained through the simply beautiful illustrations.

‘Nature is like a magical picture that changes with the seasons

Watch six breathtaking landscapes from around the globe literally transform in front of your eyes, with the help of die-cut layered, double sided pages. Interesting facts about the animals and plants pictured accompany each glorious scene that will delight nature lovers young & old.

From a mighty Oak in the European landscape, the Arctic tundra to the African plains, seasons bring drama all across the globe.

I know this will be a book we continue to dip in and out of all year round in Key Stage 1, certainly as we learn about different continents and hot and cold places.

Open this wonderful book to discover the magic of nature.

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