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African Mammals To Read, Colour & Keep

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January 1980
About the book: 
Why do elephants flap their ears? Which big cat leaps into the air to catch birds? How do bushbabies get their name?
Discover the answers to these questions and enjoy hours of colouring fun with the latest addition to our Read, colour and keep series. There are more than 40 animals to colour in, each illustration providing budding artists and inquisitive children with interesting facts as they work through the book.
The centre spread contains a pull-out gallery of all the animals in full colour. These can serve to guide children in colouring in the outlined images – or they can simply use their imagination!
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About the Author
Sally MacLarty is a freelance illustrator specialising in the fields of education and natural history. She particularly enjoys working on children's books and has illustrated many such publications, including several in the Read, colour and keep series. She lives in Calitzdorp in the Little Karoo.

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