Whose footprint is this?

A fun and educational book for children aged 3 and up to learn about the environment and biodiversity. Adorable illustrations and an "investigation" that the child will love to solve.

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Product description

What would you do if you were lost in the forest?

Little fawn has wandered away from his mother and doesn't know how to find her. He will therefore try to follow the tracks that will take him to the pond, the countryside, enter a farm... to follow different tracks.

Throughout the pages, the child will discover the differences between the animals, their footprints but also their way of living, lodging and feeding. He will be able to answer these questions: What makes the squirrel such a good climber?  What do the footprints of an owl look like? How does a duck use its feet to swim? What does a boar eat? etc.

A fun and educational introduction to the environment and biodiversity.

Domain note

In 1981, the National Estate of Chambord was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This organization encourages the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage considered to be of outstanding value to humanity throughout the world.

Product characteristics

Only in French
Author : R. Jandska for the texts & C. Saldana for the illustrations.
For children from 3-5 years old.
16 pages

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