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Emilie Dufresne

Emilie Dufresne

  • 4 stars across 104 books
1st July 2018

Sleep: How Nature gets its Rest

A non-fiction picture book. How do animals sleep? Some alone, some in packs, some upside-down, some in the daytime...Kat... MoreSleep: How Nature gets its Rest

(12 reviews) Review
30th October 2020

Baboon on the Moon

(4 reviews) Review
1st December 2010

In the Jungle

(3 reviews) Review
20th March 2012

In the Forest

These colorful books introduce kids to wildlife of all kinds, providing informative details about the behavior of differ... MoreIn the Forest

(2 reviews) Review
25th February 2006

Butterflies

One of Usborne's most enduring and well-known series has been given an exciting new look. Each guide has been completely... MoreButterflies

(2 reviews) Review
6th July 2012

Bees

Do you hear that sound? Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! It's a bee! Covered in black and yellow fuzz! This book uses simple rhym... MoreBees

(2 reviews) Review
24th January 2019

Autumn

The weather turns cool. Leaves fall to the ground. Learn all about autumn days.... MoreAutumn

(2 reviews) Review
1st August 2013

Football Shorts

Big match writing from the best in the game... Billy's telling tall stories about his "famous" grandfather, Raphael sus... MoreFootball Shorts

(1 review) Review
10th September 2015

Big and Small

With engaging photos and patterned text, books in this series are perfect for introducing emergent readers to the topic ... MoreBig and Small

(1 review) Review
1st March 2008

Spring

(1 review) Review
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