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Lorna Scobie

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Lorna Scobie

  • 5 stars across 6 books
    19th October 2017

    The Variety of Life

    Our planet is full of life! Did you know there are 400,000 species of beetle - but only eight species of bear? This ... More

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    7th March 2019

    The Wonder of Trees

    Did you know that there are over 60,000 tree species? This stunning book explores the extraordinary diversity of tre... More

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    3rd January 2019

    Collecting Cats

    Today, I'm going to collect cats. At the moment, I have no cats. But I do have plan... This hilarious pi... More

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    25th January 2017

    Pairs! in the Garden

    Lift the flaps to find the matching pairs in this fun novelty series that's all about habitats! This book has seven di... More

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    25th January 2017

    Pairs! Underwater

    Lift the flaps to find the matching pairs in this fun novelty series that's all about habitats! This book has seven di... More

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    2nd January 2020

    Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit!

    A picture book sure to have children screaming - with laughter, that is! Rabbit loves being the only ... More

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    • The Wonder of Trees

      The Wonder of Trees

      IWow what a special book. I reserved this from our library after seeing it on the ‘new in’ list and I was so excited when they handed it over in colle...

    • Collecting Cats

      Collecting Cats

      by Jacy

      Perrrfect book for cat lovers. Delightful happy story about how to get more cats into your life, with cheese of course. It’s a quick and easy to read...

    • The Variety of Life

      The Variety of Life

      This is an absolutely beautiful book, the watercolour pictures must have taken a long time to do and are beautifully bright and vibrant. My oldest sat...

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