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"Ask Dr K Fisher about..." is a hilarious and unique way of learning about favourite topics. This innovative series uses a problem-page format to explain facts. 'Problems' are mailed to agony uncle Dr K Fisher, who then responds to them with sympathy and a wealth of knowledge."Ask Dr K Fisher about Minibeasts" answers the problems that plague Earth's insects and creepy-crawlies. The agony uncle patiently responds to each creature's letter - about themselves, their peers and all aspects of minibeast life. Dr K Fisher's replies provide invaluable information about food sources, defence, attack and minibeast more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 250 x 250 x 9mm | 468g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • full-colour artwork illustrations
  • 0753415747
  • 9780753415740
  • 1,044,987

Table of contents

4-5 Is my sting as deadly as they say? A scorpion writes; 6-7 Why do I have this boring body? An earthworm writes; 8-9 Dr K Fisher's Guide to Minibeast Bodies; 10-11 How can I stop blushing? A glow-worm writes; 12-13 Why can't I run faster? A millipede writes; 14-15 Is my body about to burst? A caterpillar writes; 16-17 Dr K Fisher's Guide to Wings; 18-19 How can I imporve my table manners? A hoverfly writes; 20-21 Where has my brother gone? A stick insect writes; 22-23 Dr K Fisher's Guide to Disguise; 24-25 Help! My web is a mess! A spider writes; 26-27 Why do I have to work so hard? A honey bee writes; 28-29 Dr K Fisher's Guide to Insect Colonies; 30-32 Glossary and more

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"'What a great way of introducing kids to our wild wonders.' Steve Backshall, presenter of BBC's The Really Wild Show 'When I was a kid I'd have definitely referred to Dr K... I can highly recommend this book for any budding wildlife adventurer.' Nigel Marven, presenter of ITV's Prehistoric Park 'A wonderfully original book.' Books for Keeps 'Budding wildlife enthusiasts will be thrilled to meet Dr K Fisher... Children will warm to its grooved-up readability, but far from dumbing down its readers, this book will wise them up.' The Independent"show more

About Claire Llewellyn

Claire Llewellyn is a prize-winning author of non-fiction for young readers - in 1991, she was shortlisted for the prestigious TES Junior Information Book Award for Take One: Rubbish - and in 1992, she won that award for My First Book of Time. Since then, Claire has written more than 100 children's books on a wide range of subjects. Kate Sheppard went to the same art college as David Hockney. She has illustrated well over 100 volumes. The quirkier the book, the more fun Kate has with the more

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