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Camilla De la Bedoyere

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Camilla De la Bedoyere

  • 5 stars across 164 books
    Camilla de la Bedoyere has been writing books and educational material for children and young people for more than ten years. She also works as a journalist, specialising in issues affecting children and teenagers.
    1st March 2012

    Life Cycles: Snakelet to Snake

    What do baby snakes look like? What do snakelets eat? Do snakes look after their babies? Packed with fascinating facts a... More

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    1st March 2012

    Life Cycles: Fry to Seahorse

    What is a baby sea horse called? What does a sea horse eat? How does a father sea horse look after the eggs? Packed with... More

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    1st January 2010

    Lifecycles: Caterpillar to Butterfly

    From kangaroos and sharks to chickens and sunflowers, each title in this series is packed with facts about a life cycle.... More

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    1st July 2017

    What If: Could a Crocodile Play Basketball?: Hilarious scenes bring crocodile facts to life

    Imagine if a crocodile came to stay in your house! What might he get up to? What would you feed him? Where would he sl... More

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    1st June 2009

    Lifecycles: Egg to Chicken

    From kangaroos and sharks to chickens and sunflowers, each title in this series is packed with facts about a life cycle.... More

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    14th February 2012

    COWS!

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    1st April 2013

    British Wildlife Handbook

    To begin with, the reader explores the many different groups of animals and is encouraged to learn about their habitats.... More

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    30th January 2014

    Horses and Ponies

    Horses come in all shapes and sizes, from giant draft horses down to tiny ponies. Join your equine guide for a trip thro... More

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    1st April 2013

    British Wildflowers and Trees Handbook

    This title features 100 wildflowers and tress species that can be spotted throughout the British Isles. Young nature ent... More

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