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A beautifully illustrated picture book with a powerful message about looking after our AMAZING planet!

If I were the world, I’d want flowers and bees. A chorus of birds singing high in the trees. If I were the world, I’d want sparkling seas. If I were the world . . . would YOU look after ME?

Today is the day to listen to our world!

This beautiful and uplifting book will inspire us all to join hands and help our amazing planet. With an irresistible rhyming text by bestselling author Mark Sperring and stunning illustrations by rising star Natelle Quek, it’s the perfect book to inspire children to ask questions and take action.

Product Details

Catalogue number

2065 in Schools Catalogue 2024/25

ISBN

9781526626318

Publisher

Bloomsbury Childrens Books

Date published

January 5th, 2023

Other details

  • 32 pages

Condition

New

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