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On the Top of Dudley’s Pond: the stunning new story about the importance of water-loving creatures in our gardens
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“I’m more important than everybody else,” said Lily Alba. “I’m the Queen of the Pond …” Lily Alba is in for a surprise. A friendly nod from a heron has made her think she is the most important living thing in Dudley’s pond. But when she bans the frogs from singing and tips the dragonfly larvae off her lily pad, everyone begins to get worried. Queen Lily is making a mess of things! Luckily, a brave bee steps in before life in the pond goes horribly wrong. How does pond life work? Lily Alba has to find out … A beautiful story for all ages about the importance of biodiversity – a fabulous sequel to ‘beautiful … engaging and memorable’ At the Bottom of Dudley’s Garden
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Praise for 'At the Bottom of Dudley's Garden': "Wow! Two of my favourite subjects - saving pollinators and flowers - in a book so well written and so unassuming that it surely must appeal to everyone ... The book's language is engaging and memorable, it's educational without preaching or being forceful. Its humour is subtle and the story is easy to read. The artwork is gorgeous, truly beautiful. They are reminiscent of some of the artwork from Edith Holden's "The Country Diary Of An Edwardian Woman" - all floaty poppies, cornflowers and greenery. I absolutely loved them." --Goodreads reviewer
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