Discovering the Hidden Woodland World | Happy Fox
Discovering the Hidden Woodland World | Happy Fox

Discovering the Hidden Woodland World | Happy Fox

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A charming picture book to show kids what it's like to live on tree trunks and inside stumps!

  • Unique board book teaches kids about the unseen woodland world on and around trees
  • An amazing adventure takes children deep into the amazing ecosystem of the forest with every new turn of the page
  • Learn about wildlife and insects that rely on trees and trunks, what they do, how they live, and more
  • Cut-out accents and charming illustrations on uniquely-shaped, extra-thick board pages
  • Kids ages 3-6 will love learning all about trees and stumps, with fun facts, interesting captions, and new vocabulary words

You've seen plenty of old tree trunks. But have you ever wondered about the forest animals and insects who rely on them to survive? Take an exclusive look inside!

See what life is like deep in the forest, on tree trunks and inside tree stumps. Learn how the insects and animals who call it home live and adapt!

This whimsical children's book takes young readers on a one-of-a-kind adventure into the forest to see the amazing ecosystem of trees and stumps! Featuring stunning illustrations, educational captions, vocabulary words, cut-out accents, and hidden chambers, each turn of the page reveals more and more stunning secrets of nature.

Discovering the Hidden Woodland World joins the rest of the exciting children's board book series from Happy Fox Books:

  • Exploring the Fascinating World of the Forest


From the important role old tree trunks play in the natural world to which insect loves the taste of rotten wood, who takes several years to hatch, how trees tell their life story, which animals build burrows (and which other animals steal them!), and so much more, early readers will have a blast seeing trees and stumps in a whole new light!

Discovering the Hidden Woodland World will educate, engage, and inspire curiosity in young readers for hours. They'll never want to walk past a tree without pausing for a close-up look again!