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Book of the month: Kids’ Kew

Find out what’s fun to do at Kew in this action-packed, interactive guide for children, now in its third edition.
Kids' Kew - a children's guide

About the book

Kids’ Kew is the official guidebook for children visiting Kew Gardens, aimed at 7-11 year olds (and their parents and carers), featuring exciting places to visit and things to do throughout the year. Now in its third edition, this attractively designed guide is beautifully illustrated and produced in full colour, with 40 stickers, activities, amazing facts and silly jokes!

  • Use the guide to help you find amazing plants and fun things to do in the Gardens
  • Explore our glasshouses and find out what it feels like to be in a steamy jungle
  • Discover the plants the dinosaurs liked to eat
  • Learn about plants that are able to digest animals
  • Find out about the tree chocolate comes from
  • Go on a wildlife watch and spot different animals that live at Kew
  • Learn about what we do to help save wild plants from around the world
  • Use the stickers in the book to help you keep track of the plants you find
  • Packed full of activities – quizzes, crosswords, colouring in, join the dots, spot the difference, things to do at home – plus fascinating facts and silly jokes (told by our in house comedian snail!)
  • Use the fold out map to help you find what to see and do at Kew

Kids’ Kew: a children’s guide (3rd edition) (Kew Publishing, 2014) by Miranda MacQuitty

£3.95, ISBN 978 1 84246 508 0, 48 pp, paperback, 240 x 193 mm

 

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