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National Trust: Look and Say What You See in the Town

Sebastien Braun

National Trust: Look and Say What You See in the Town


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Average rating

4 out 5

8 reviews

A look-and-say town book for inquisitive little ones from the National Trust From fruit and vegetables at the market to flowers and birds in the snowy garden, this look-and-say book for little ones is a great way to start learning about nature around the town.



It was fun looking for the different things on each page.

Count Slip Shortbread 06.09.2022


I Like this book because it's full of nature and things to explore. And all kinds of things to do in the town. It shows you that you can do lots of fun stuff in the garden.

Fairy Bunny Luther 28.08.2021


it was factual ,it is really interesting for my kid. Thanks

Anonymous 27.08.2021


I loved this book. It has so many many animals and trees and plants in it. I liked the page which has berries and strawberries. Yes I would recommend this is someone because it has so much of information in it.

Coach Letizia Mozzarella 15.08.2021


I chose this book because I like animals. I like to finding things. Its nice and I will ask my friends to read this book with me.

Marshal Blueberry Jamboree 28.06.2021


You have to find all the things. My favourite page was the boat

Prince Sandwich Flattery 01.09.2020


I loved it because I loved finding the objects

Coach Birthday-cake Sudoku 21.08.2020


I think these books are great by this author as you get to find lots of things aswell as reading which gets you thinking about what you like to do at these places. There are also other books in the series I would like to try.

Judge Candyfloss Menace 05.08.2020

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