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Welcome

BHPS and ARC joint Nov 5th comms-page-001 

Email www.britishhedgehogs.org.uk and ask for the posters they will email you a PDF you can print out (looks great on A4 photo paper). If we all put a few out public places, shops schools vets and anywhere that will take them! I even gave on to the postman, ~ I didn’t have to leave home! He didn’t know if the post office would let him, but if not he said he would find somewhere! I think there should be a campaign, bit like a dog is not just for Christmas ~ It’s not just bonfire night, people should think before standing on things, is there a newt/toad frog etc under there? Any outdoor project we should look out for these creatures. Anyone think of a slogan?

Make a difference! ~ We all can that creature you save today could be the start of many generations!

I printed some out on A4 photo paper they look good and were well received by my vets and local pet store they both took a handful to hand out and put up.

Welcome to suewild.co.uk, the home of author Sue Wild. My books are written and designed as bedtime stories, to rekindle the dying practice of parents reading to their children before bed.

The importance of reading before bedtime can not be underestimated, and the impact of just a few minutes reading to your child will reverberate throughout the rest of their lives.

I’ve written these books in the traditional, ‘old fashioned’ way, and shouldn’t get children too overexcited before bedtime! Hopefully, they will light a spark, and get children interested in the wildlife around them.

These books are all written about U.K. wildlife – something which used to be abundant, but sadly is reducing at a rapid rate.

I have never attempted to aim these books at a particular age group. Every child is different, and your child will soon pick out their favourites. Any long or difficult words can be explained during reading – creating interaction between you, your child, and the story.

For further learning, we provide links to fact sheets about each animal and relevant wildlife charities. These charities are in need of your help, and would appreciate any support you can provide for them.

10% of all profit from these books will go to a relevant registered charity.

 I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed writing them.

Sue Wild

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