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Ideal for any budding wildlife explorers, this book encourages children to get outside and spot minibeasts in the wild!
It is packed with fun activities and useful information about how to identify minibeasts whilst out and about, whether in a garden or adventuring further afield. Written by Robyn Swift in consultation with experts from the National Trust and featuring gorgeous illustrations by Hannah Alice.
Other titles in the series include: Out and About Bird Spotter and Out and About Night Explorer.
From the Publisher
Over 60 different minibeasts to spot!
From butterflies to spiders, aphids to snails, there’s over 60 different minibeasts to spot in this fact-filled guide! Includes beautiful illustrations of each minibeast, alongside descriptions and basic facts. This is an ideal introduction to minibeasts for children aged 8-12.
Perfect for your garden or local park
This book is perfect for any budding minibeast enthusiasts and encourages children to go outdoors and engage with nature. It’s easy to pop in your pocket or rucksack to use to spot beetles, bugs and more in your garden or your local park!
Fact-checked by the National Trust
Fact-checked by the National Trust’s wildlife expert, there is lots to learn in this handy guidebook. From the top tips about how to look for minibeasts in daylight and night time, to a detailed habitat guide and ways to identify each species!