The Magic Garden of Nature

Posted on May 7th, 2018

If like me you think there is a magical side to nature, a sense of great things unfolding before your eyes, then you will love this new book from Quarto Kids. The Magic Garden takes the reader on a journey through nature and brings the wonder of the seasons and how nature adapts into a magical story that is actually very factual. Follow Chloe on her journey and learn how nature works. Designed for young children to understand the basics of biology in a fun and engaging manor, this tale is a must. To discover more and be in with a chance of winning a copy of the book yourself read on.

The Magic Garden Book

What we love about The Magic Garden

The book is highly illustrative and tells nature’s clever cycle in the most engaging way for young children. Discover how the leaves change colour and fall from the trees, how the flowers are pollinated in summer and how they spread across the land. With delightful illustrations on every page it is easy to follow Chloe on her journey through nature. We read the book to a group of  children who were captivated. It was the perfect introduction to the spring nature crafts we were following with.

 

Exploring Nature with the Magic Garden Book

 

There is a detailed section at the end of the book to explain some of the more confusing concepts in nature, such as why snakes eat meals bigger than they are and how caterpillars transform into Butterflies.

 

Need to know

RSP £10.99
Publisher Quarto Kids
Suitable for Age 4 – 6
Author& Illustrator  Carme Lemniscates
PropertiesHardback, 32 pages, published March 2018
StockistsQuarto online, Amazon 

 

 

Win your copy of The Magic Garden with Quarto and Coombe Mill

If you fancy discovering the magic of nature with your child why not enter to win this lovely book. Simply follow the instructions below. Good luck to all taking part.

 

The Magic Garden

Disclosure

I was sent our copy of The Magic Garden for the purpose of this review, however all thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own.