Let’s Go For A Walk

(1 reviews with an average rating of 2 out of 5)

Publisher: Ivy Kids

When you go for a walk, how many colours can you see? And what do you hear? Birds, animals, traffic, people? Or perhaps you notice the interesting smells? Maybe smoke from a bonfire or baking bread?

Some things are easy to spot, like tall buildings or fluffy clouds, but some, like ants and other bugs, are so teeny tiny that you have to look very closely or even use a magnifying glass.

Wherever you live, in a town, by the sea or in the countryside, this richly illustrated picture book will make any walk more interesting and exciting. And whether you read it at home or take it out with you, it might make you look at the world outside in a different way.

Ranger Hamza is a CBeebies favourite and his invitation to ‘go for a walk’ is brought vividly to life with colourful illustrations and a mix of rhyming text and factual information.

Showing how our surroundings change according to seasonality and time of day, or how any walk is full of sizes and shapes, numbers and letters, loud and quiet, this will be a great hit with any youngster who is curious about their surroundings.

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