National Trust: My Very First Spotter's Guide: I Spot a Snail

National Trust: My Very First Spotter's Guide: I Spot a Snail

By Author / Illustrator

Kay Vincent, Kristin Atherton


Early Skills


Nosy Crow




Board book




An eye-catching new nature novelty series for babies that love spotting wildlife!   Even babies can be minibeast explorers! In fact, babies love noticing all kinds of animals in the wild and this fantastic new board book builds on that enjoyment with easy-to-lift card flaps and a stimulating question-and-answer text. Where do snails live? How big is a butterfly? How many legs does a spider have? Little ones will love joining in with the answers, while recognising five different minibeasts and lifting the flaps to find more hiding in the scenes.

Featuring playful artwork packed with personality and tactile embossed covers, this series of My Very First Spotter's Guides from the National Trust is perfect for little nature lovers.  Scan the Stories Aloud QR code on the back cover the read along with the story!

Also available: I Spot a Duck



My Very First Spotter's Guide: I Spot a Snail is a gorgeous lift-the-flap book for babies. Spot the different mini-beasts as you explore and learn about them in this beautifully illustrated book. There are five different mini beasts to find and count with several chunky flaps on each page. There is also an extra 'spot the ant' counting activity to do which older children will enjoy. There are three different questions to answer on each page about each mini beast, so plenty for little nature lovers to learn!

Board book / Reviewed by Joanne Thomas

Suggested Reading Age 0+


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