Books by Kim Mackenzy Andrews

 ‘Once Upon a Wildflower.’  A series of 18 illustrated eco fairy stories-

Raising children's awareness about rare wildflowers so that they can influence plant conservation for future generations, is the inspiration behind this series.         

Other books include:-

Bertie Bee & Bettie Bee- a picture book about the life-cycle of the humble, bumble bee.

 

Kim’s children's books strongly promote the enjoyment and appreciation of nature. Although as an educationalist Kim fully appreciates the benefits and the challenges of the digital age for children growing up today.

 

On this site you will find simple ideas that help parents to support their children's development and connection to nature 'NATURE KIDS' and for ideas and advice about the  healthy use of technology visit the 'DIGITAL KIDS'- for useful ways to link nature and technology and how to take a balanced approach to our digital lives, in order to reduce stress and maximize well-being for both children and their parents.

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