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The Wild City Book: Loads of Things to do Outdoors in Towns and Cities

by Jo Schofield, Fiona Danks

The Wild City Book: Loads of Things to do Outdoors in Towns and Cities
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It's all about parents and children having fun outdoors in the wild spaces near where you live, hunting for wildlife clues, watching wild creatures, making wild art, playing wild games and having exciting outdoor adventures. There is a surprising world and plants and animals waiting to be discovered round the corner, right now, in every city. You just need to keep your eyes open and know where to look.

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