A children’s illustrated rhyming story about the fantastic mutual relationship between two species, the fig wasp and the fig tree, and how they are entirely dependent on each other – obligate mutialism
The book includes two additional rhyming stories for a bit of fun;
A Bunch of idioms – the story of a cat being sprayed by a smelly skunk and other animals helping to clean the cat. Explained in rhyming idioms.
Why insects are small – a rhyming story about a bagworm explaining to a beetle, why insects don’t grow to be really big.
Targeted Age Group:
Fun stories in rhyming couplets. Illustrated and aimed at children but with background information for adults to help explain the story. Usually aimed at explaining the fantastic peculiarities in nature.
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Writer and illustrator, photographer, focussing on natural science
Inspired by a five year old boy who was taught by his grandma what a digraph was, complicated stuff for a five year old! But he was thrilled whenever he could explain this to others that didn’t know. These rhyming stories include a bit of science that children (and adults) might enjoy sharing and find interesting and fun.
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