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Plants, Pollen and Pollinators: Band 13/Topaz

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You probably know that bees and butterflies help to pollinate flowers. But did you also know that beetles, lizards and small mammals are also good pollinators? Read more about the animals that help to pollinate flowers - you might be surprised by what you find!
* Topaz/Band 13 books offer longer and more demanding reads for children to investigate and evaluate.
* An information book.
* Curriculum Links: science

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