Author: Elin Meek ISBN: 9781848517424 Publication Date: August 2013 Publisher: Pont Books, Llandysul Illustrated by Eric Heyman Suitable for age 9-11 or Key Stage 2 Format: Paperback, 297x210 mm, 32 pages Language: English
An accessible factfile packed with bite-sized information about the biggest, smallest, tallest and shortest land features of this amazing country. An English adaptation of Cyfres A Wyddoch Chi: A Wyddoch Chi am Ddaearyddiaeth Cymru.
Ffeithiau am y mynydd uchaf, y parc cenedlaethol mwyaf, yr afon fyrraf a'r afon hiraf ac yn y blaen mewn cyfrol yn llawn gwybodaeth a lluniau. Addasiad Saesneg o Cyfres A Wyddoch Chi?: A Wyddoch Chi am Ddaearyddiaeth Cymru?
The following has been provided by the Publisher: Further Information: • Do you know how many vehicles cross the Severn Bridge each day? • Or why there are fake puffins on Puffin Island? • Would you like to know what else is strange, amazing, or fascinating about Wales, its towns, countryside and architectural features? • You’ll find the answers, and so much more, when you turn the pages of this full-colour factfile. You won’t be able to put it down! KEY SALES POINTS: • This accessible factfile is packed with bite-sized information about the biggest, smallest, tallest and shortest land features of this amazing country. • With full-colour photographs, illustrations and cartoons, it will appeal to all young readers of 9 upwards who will want to collect other titles in the series. Adults, too, will find plenty to fascinate them! • The Factfile Cymru series includes themes guaranteed to stimulate the interest of young readers who like record-breaking information and titles such as The Guinness Book of World Records. • With an accessible and consistent layout, these are titles ideal for young information seekers.