Book Review, Picture Books

A Walk in the Woods by Caroline Thornton & Maria Finchenko

There are so many things Bunny wants to do. When she discovers she can’t fly like the bees or swim like the toad, she feels so sad. What she doesn’t realise is that there are so many things she can do. Owl helps her to see her strengths rather than her flaws and she feels so much brighter.

A Walk in the Woods is full of beautiful woodland animals. With lovely, rhyming texts, it takes children through the trees, hedges, pond and mud to a world not often seen by humans. The soft and inviting illustrations make this book perfect for EYFS & KS1 or to share at home.

Sometimes our own unique abilities are just waiting to be found and sometimes the ones we’ve forgotten about are just waiting to be rediscovered. Join bunny for A Walk in the Woods and follow her journey to self discovery in this charming tale for children (and bunnies) of all ages.

Click on the cover below to find out more or purchase on-line from Amazon.

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