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Steve Parish - Children's Story Book - Going Batty


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Paperback, 24 pages
148 mm (h) x 210 mm (w)
Rebecca Johnson
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Is Freddie seeing things? There are dangers everywhere he looks but are they real or imagined? Find out how Freddie finds a unique solution to avoid going batty!

Fruit bats, otherwise known as flying-foxes, hang upside down from their perches. Valves in their veins prevent blood from collecting in their brains. Even though they live upside down, they have exceptional eyesight and unlike microbats, their smaller cousins, fruit bats don't need to use echolocation to navigate.

About the Author: Rebecca Johnson is an award-winning primary school science teacher and has written more than 60 books for children.

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Early Years to Year 2

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