Extraordinary Tales of Brick

£5.00

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)
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Description

Rejoin the animals of Brick Kiln Brook and Dingle Ditch for their latest adventures…

• Can Terry help Trinity the Toad after her leafy home was replaced by gravel and paving slabs?

• How have Bridget Bunny and her family ended up living on a roundabout?

• Who will rescue the baby blackbirds from Alice the hungry cat?

• Which act will win the Windy Wood ‘Wild Factor’ talent show?

• Why did Herman the Hedgehog end up at the bottom of a pothole, and who will get him out?

• A unique additional educational tool is the glossary at the back of the book. This explains the highlighted word in green in the text, so the readers are able to expand their vocabulary. This makes the content educational as well as fun.

Each of the stories looks at how animals interact with each other and encourages children to learn
about wildlife and how to treat the animals living alongside them, in turn helping them to integrate better with their peers.

This is the fourth book in the Tales of Brick Kiln Brook and Dingle Ditch series continuing the educational, green and wildlife theme.
Each of the stories looks at how animals interact with each other and encourages children to learn about wildlife and how to treat the animals living alongside them, in turn helping them to integrate better with their peers.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg

2 reviews for Extraordinary Tales of Brick

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ryta’s books are an absolute delight, and the young children I either read to or they read themselves, throughly enjoyed them. I would recommend them as a very easy learning tool as well. Well done Ryta, keep those books coming.
    Kim Briggs.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    For Christmas we gave the books to our 3 year old grandson who lives in Sussex. Ryta has woven the stories around Wadenhoe village in Northamptonshire that is dear to our family…the village where his paternal great grandmother grew up in a cottage opposite the King’s Head pub! Since then we’ve had a family meal in the pub and our grandson was able to connect Ryta’s stories with the village, the pub and the animals. Thank you Ryta for a great insight and the geography lesson too.
    Deirdre Peck

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