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Have you ever wondered what it is like to be an ant - well, read this special book and find out! In her own words, Ant describes her busy life underground and the exciting adventures that she and her sisters have when they venture out of their nest. The diary format introduces youngsters to the true wonders of the natural world in an entertaining way. You can watch the ant meet her huge Queen mother, help to feed the grubs, fight off a beetle attack, and beware of the egg-stealing spiders! I have a few minutes to spare, so I can begin my diary at last. Here are a few facts about me, my ant sisters and my friends. Ants are tiny. Ants' brains are even tinier. We don't have much room for learning, but we are born knowing all we need to know - which is, how to work. All ants work very hard. We love it. Work is all we do and all we want to do. There's no time for playing. By the time l've worked, eaten and rested, it's time to work again - YIPPEE!
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be an amphibian - read this special book and find out! The narrative introduces youngsters to the true wonders of the natural world in an entertaining way. From waking up in the spring, to returning to his woodland den in the autumn, Frog gives a fascinating, funny and frightening true-to-life account of pond life. You can read all about his slimy snacks, see his tadpole babies growing up and transforming, and tremble at his terrifying encounters with Heron and Cat! Well, here we go - my very own diary! I think I should start with a few notes about me. I'm a frog. I've got two big eyes to see my food and one wide mouth to gulp it down. I've got a tubby green body, two strong back legs for leaping with, and two small front legs for landing on - but no tail. My know-all friend Newt tells me that I'm an amphibian. He says there are about 4,000 kinds, or species, of them. He is one too!