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2 edition of Small creatures in my back garden found in the catalog.

Small creatures in my back garden

Christopher Reynolds

Small creatures in my back garden

by Christopher Reynolds

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Published by Universal-Tandem in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published in the U.K. by Deutsch, 1965.

Statementwritten and illustrated by Christopher Reynolds.
SeriesTarget series
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13703289M

Gardening genre: new releases and popular books, including Goodnight, Veggies by Diana Murray, Digging In by Loretta Nyhan, Arsenic in the Azaleas by Dal. A naturalist's discussions on animals found in typical North American backyards.

The photograph left is that from a Weasel in my Garden. The only real way to determine which of the two it is, is either by actually seeing one visit your garden, or by the size of the dropping, the Stoat being larger and thicker. Both creatures mainly feed off small rodents but will also hunt Rabbits and Birds. Based on the book All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot Is James Herriot the real name of the author or a pen name? James Herriot is the author's real name It's a pen name, Alf Wight is the author's real name It's a pen name, Jack Harvey is the author's real name It's a pen name, James Thwaite is the author's real name.

The burrowing animals usually cover these runways with loose vegetation, such as mulch, grass clippings or leaves, and at the end of the runways they . In book 1, it is one of the creatures released with Bahumat. In book 2, Warren fights one who is placed to guard the way to the artifact in the inverted tower. In book 3, several are stationed to guard Kurisock's domain at the battle between light and dark creatures. In book 5 some come with Torina Barker, a firedrake, Mirav and some gargoyles.


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Small Creatures in My Back Garden Hardcover – January 1, by Christopher Reynolds (Author) › Visit Amazon's Christopher Reynolds Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.

Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Christopher Reynolds. Author:Reynolds, Christopher. Small Creatures in My Back Garden (Target Books). Book Binding:Paperback. Need help?. World of Books USA was founded in Number of Pages:N/A.

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In this delightful novelty peepo book, small children are invited to look through the holes on every other page to answer the repeating refrain, 'Who's coming to see how my garden grows?' The energetic, rhyming text introduces all sorts of creatures that are busy foraging and frolicking in the garden/5(17).

I won this book in a goodreads giveaway, thank you. The book also came with a coloring book. The graphics are cool and the story is fun. It is a book that is vivid to a child's imagination. I can clearly see a child in a garden doing this. It's cute, fun, and can be read over and over/5.

This book is a must for all those who seek for TRUTH. Just as Giants have been proved to have lived on the earth in the past - surprisingly we have all at one time or another heard about trolls and leprechorns,fairies and elves and gnomes and a host of other small creatures which sound like some sort of hybrids both mythological and real at the same time as though they can pass /5(31).

This book isn't how to create a wholistic or profitable dynamic farm ecology in your backyard, it isn't about how to "literally" turn your backyard into a homestead, but just do homesteady things like canning, growing vegetables, and caring for small animals/5().

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A closer look at the different mammals that could be living in your garden, from badgers to pipistrelle bats. Insects More information about insects, from beetles and bugs to butterflies. Fencing is the most effective (and sometimes only!) way to keep unwanted visitors out of your garden.

"Put up a fence from day one to prevent them from finding the food source in the first place," says David Drake, extension wildlife specialist and professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Small Creatures in the Garden YouTube; Bees, butterflies and more animals in my garden.

- Duration: Sherry Helton 5, views. Top. The pages in this section of the site have some common garden creatures that you might encounter while gardening. Not all are enemies and can indeed be beneficial, eg. preying on other creatures which damage crops or flowers.

It is a fundamental law of nature to eat and be eaten so the beneficial creatures need a supply of what we consider. I’ve seen some beautiful garden ponds in both public and private gardens over the past few years.

A garden pond is more than just ornamental – it’s key to sustaining wildlife. Garden birds, pollinating insects and other creatures need water to survive.

And in our paved-over cities and towns, that water is often in short supply. Or various garden projects in small areas around the school could be created to attract birds, insects and other little creatures to the gardens. Each class or grade could be given a small area that they would be responsible for.

The children should be encouraged to research and plan the garden carefully before embarking on the project. Very Good book - well worth getting. Lots of good photos and ideas. Have already started planning my courtyard garden using this book. One small thing - its got some lovely examples from the southern hemisphere so can be easy to get carried away and then realise it cant be done with English Weather and soil conditions!/5(71).

Some birds will dig holes in the garden, not usually to find food but rather to hide it. Jays and crows in particular will hide nuts in small holes to save for the winter.

However when winter comes, they may not have the best memory and will make many small holes trying to find where they hid their stash. 26 Burrowing Animals With Pictures You Need to See Right Now. Burrowing animals, as their name suggests, excavate tunnels into the ground to create space to live and reproduce.

AnimalSake provides a picture gallery of some burrowing animals. Take a look. In "My Garden (Book)," published inFarrar, Straus and Giroux paid attention to design. This beautiful book includes decorative borders, artful illustrations, leafy dingbats. Kincaid, who formerly wrote for The New Yorker, provides another angle on gardening as a political by: A backyard or a space at the back of your house could be a good start to living in the middle of a beautiful lively nature.

People think you can only have. I started reading James Herriot's books when I was in my early teens. And I reread all of them years later when I had a better command of English and a better sense of the world and the culture of Dr Herriot's homeland.

All these books have shaped my respect and concern for the welfare of animals (esp dogs, cats, pigs and horses)/5. The All Creatures Great and Small book series by James Herriot includes books If Only They Could Talk, It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet, Let Sleeping Vets Lie, and several more.

See the complete All Creatures Great and Small series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. For smaller animals, such as insects, it could be the centre of their home range.

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Public Domain Pictures. Public Domain Pictures. Johannes Plenio. GEORGE DESIPRIS. Fetching more photos Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   10 miniature animals that make good pets make brilliant pets - they are intelligent, affectionate, can be house-trained and learn their names.

They need a large garden, should be kept in pairs.