These things are magic!
The Butterfly Garden allows you to raise caterpillars, see how they grow and build their cocoon, and then turn into beautiful butterflies.
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of ‘Ugly’ Animals by Sami Bayly is great because it celebrates the world’s weirder-looking animals.
Howe Park Woods in Milton Keynes is a lovely nature spot
This is my favourite book of all time. You can tell this by the fact that the book looks very worn. It’s because I look at it almost every day.
BrainBox Animals is like a quiz mixed with a memory challenge.
In this game you have to work out what the animal is by opening one of four windows which reveal a small part of an animal photo, and also from the jumbled up letters which spell out its name.
The Clue is in the Poo and Other Stuff Too by Andy Seed is packed full of facts about poop and how you can use it to track animals.
I care about endangered animals and making sure we protect them from extinction. So this book really interested me.
This book really got me thinking about what I want to do when I grow up. It made me realise just how many different jobs there are with animals!