New Forest Friends & The Litterbugs
NEW FOREST FRIENDS AND THE LITTERBUGS
Written & Illustrated By Simon Chadwick
Age 3 – 8
Originally published 1994
This version published 2018
Size 210mm x 297mm
A classic tale of why dropping rubbish is bad, as seen from the animals' point of view. Follow the adventure as Beaulieu the Hedgehog and Exbury the Rabbit try to discover the cause of the litter and get their clean forest back.
As seen on BBC's Playdays as their story of the day, New Forest Friends & The Litterbugs has sold over 14,000 copies in the New Forest alone, although its message about the perils of litter are relevant anywhere and helps teach the importance of disposing of rubbish correctly.
All the New Forest Friends books aim to entertain and educate. In the corners of all the picture pages you’ll find four different British animals or birds that many children, and indeed adults, may not be aware live within the forest.
“The New Forest is very special - full of wonderful wildlife. And so is this book.” Bill Oddie on New Forest Friends & The Litterbugs
“Helps to show the young and old alike the importance of disposing of your rubbish safely and responsibly.” Chris Packham on New Forest Friends & The Litterbugs