Books by Kim Mackenzy Andrews

 Once Upon a Wildflower -  Eco Fairy-Tales of the World.

Smart Alex book cover
Smart Alex
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Brilliant Bovis
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Clever Clovis

Picture books connecting children to the wonder of wildflowers.

 The first nine books in the series explore different habitats across The United Kingdom.

Other books include:-

Bertie Bee & Bettie Bee - the life-cycle of the humble, bumble bee (re-told as a love story). 

Kim’s children's books strongly promote the enjoyment and appreciation of nature and of course that means getting outside. But this can be a challenge for children growing in the digital age. 

Screens are here to stay, so on this site you will find ideas and advice about the  healthy use of technology at:- 'DIGITAL KIDS'-  Here you will find useful information about linking nature and technology, and how to develop a balanced approach to the digital life to ensure well-being.

For loads of art and crafty ways to support your child's development whilst connecting them with nature in every season, visit:- 'NATURE KIDS'   for your free resources.

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