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Snail Trail

Ruth Brown

Anderson Press

Slimy Snail sets out on a trail. But where exactly does he go? Follow him up a hill, through a tunnel and into a forest. Ruth Brown's delightful illustrations will appeal to both adults and children.

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Spider(Bug Books)

Chris Macro, Karen Hartley

Heinmann First Library

This look at spiders is one of a series focusing on familiar minibeasts. It covers size, appearance, birth and reproduction, growth, feeding, predators, life-span, movement, and different types

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Ten Wriggly Wiggly Caterpillars

Debbie Tarbett

Little Tiger Press

Ten crunching caterpillars in the bright sunshine,
One fell asleep, so that left . . . nine!
A great little counting book using bright, 3D-moulded caterpillars that will appeal to young learners.

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The Bad Tempered Ladybird

Eric Carle

Picture Puffin

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The Very Busy spider

Eric Carle

Hamish Hamilton

A book with a difference. While listening to the story of the busy spider spinning her web, you can also feel the web growing on each page.

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Eric Carle

Puffin Books

This must surely be one of the most well loved books for small children. A small caterpillar eats his way through a variety of food before sleeping and changing into a beautiful butterfly.

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The Very Quiet Cricket

Eric Carle

Hamish Hamilton

Another great book from the author of 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar'
A small cricket is born and wants to communicate with all the other insects he meets through the book but he rubs his wings and nothing happens, until he meets another cricket.

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