“This joyful tale really captures the magic of bringing all kinds of families and nature together!”
Beccy Speight, RSPB Chief Executive
“Rachel captures perfectly the absolute pleasure of creating your own mini wetland and watching wildlife flourish”
Kevin Peberdy, Deputy CEO of WWT, and designer and creator of the London Wetland Centre
When Daisy and Jack spot a little frog in their small garden, they must come up with a plan to make their new visitor feel at home! With the help of Papa and Daddy, and some new tools from the garden centre, the two siblings create their very own plant pot pond, and soon discover that a small change can make a big difference to their local wildlife! With pond creatures, bugs, plants, wildflowers, and plenty of animals throughout, children will have endless fun spotting and learning. Included are a frogspawn life-cycle guide, frog and toad facts, and a beautiful species identification page. Lawston’s third book in this urban nature series is bound to captivate budding nature lovers, and appeal to nature connection advocates. Beatriz Castro’s gorgeous illustrations will enchant both reader and read-to.
New for 2023!
Publication: April 2023
Paperback with flaps £8.99
Size: 32 pages, 230mm x 250 mm (landscape)
Themes: nature connection, community, empathy