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A Book of Bears

A Book of Bears

Een informatief én komisch prentenboek over alle berensoorten op aarde. Leer meer over de 8 verschillende berensoorten en waarom de ene beer vegetarisch eet terwijl de andere beer zijn neus ervoor ophaalt. Wie is de beste klimmer, waarom houdt de Amerikaanse beer van kamperen en nog veel meer.
A Book of Cats

A Book of Cats

Meet the cats! From lions and leopards to cheetahs and cougars, welcome to the world of cats. Who is the fastest feline? Who spends the most time sleeping and who has the loudest roar?
A Book of Monkeys (and other Primates)

A Book of Monkeys (and other Primates)

Can you tell a slow loris from a slender loris? Did you know that when it rains orangutans make umbrellas using leaves? What’s the difference between a monkey and an ape? Discover all of this (and many more monkey facts!) ­­in Kate Viggers’ humorous, illustrated guide to monkeys and other primates.

From lemurs and tarsiers to gorillas and chimpanzees, A Book of Monkeys reveals the social lives of primates, their dining preferences, and their grooming habits. You will even find out which monkey swims and how the male gorilla impresses female gorillas!

So, if you want to be able to tell your chimp from your bonobo or find out what a macaque likes to eat for lunch, A Book of Monkeys is the perfect book for you.
A Bug's World

A Bug's World

Did you know that…
Flies can help us solve crimes?
Spiders can be astronauts?
Moths are the ultimate fashion designers?

From making our food to keeping the planet clean and solving crimes, bugs come to our rescue every day. Often without us even realising!

Discover the extraordinary things that bugs do for us – and how we can look after them too – in this vibrant gift book written by the Natural History Museum’s senior entomologist.
A Child's Introduction to Natural History

A Child's Introduction to Natural History

Highlighting every kingdom of life–plants, bacteria, mammals, birds, amphibians, insects, rocks and minerals–the book is also full of charming and witty illustrations by Meredith Hamilton plus 30 photographs throughout. The book delves into topics like geology; prehistoric times, including fossils and dinosaurs; how animals move and fly; evolution; biomes; and more. Sidebars throughout offer biographies of naturalists like Charles Darwin, Mary Anning, Thomas Henry Huxley.

Also includes fun, hands-on projects for kids to do on their own or with adults and 5 origami patterns to create your own paper dinosaur, whale, penguin, and more. Beautifully illustrated and designed, this is an entertaining and educational look at our natural history.
A Planet Full of Plastic

A Planet Full of Plastic

Everything is made of stuff. Some things are made of paper, like this book. And some things are made of PLASTIC. If you look around you, plastic is everywhere. Even in places where it’s not meant to be. If it drops to the ground, it doesn’t rot away – it sticks around for ever.

Our world is drowning in plastic, and it’s a big problem. Award-winning author-illustrator Neal Layton is here to explain where plastic comes from, why it doesn’t biodegrade, and why that’s dangerous for animals and humans alike. But he’s also FULL of ideas for how you can help! From giving up straws in juice cartons to recycling all we can and taking part in a beach clean, A Planet Full of Plastic will get young readers excited about how they can make a difference to keep Planet Earth happy.

This brilliant non-fiction picture book, illustrated in Neal’s trademark collage style, is perfect for readers aged 4-7 who love nature and want to help the environment.
A-Z of Australian Animals

A-Z of Australian Animals

A beautifully illustrated hardback anthology of 26 of Australia’s most fascinating animals from CBCA Honour Book author/illustrator Jennifer Cossins.

From the award-winning creator of A-Z OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS comes a stunning non-fiction picture book for boys and girls with a love of animals and a thirst for all things encyclopaedic. This exquisite full-colour picture book is packed with interesting facts and is perfect for young conservationists and students with a keen interest in the world around us.

On this expedition through the alphabet, you will encounter some of the Australia’s rare and enchanting animals, from the gorgeous azure kingfisher and the sleepy koala, to the shy numbat and the friendly zebra finch.

Come on an illustrated journey through Australia’s unique wildlife with Tasmanian artist Jennifer Cossins.
Above, Below and Long Ago

Above, Below and Long Ago

by Michael Bright Illustrated by Jonathan Emmerson
Produced with the Natural History Museum, this book brings you closer to the wildlife that’s hard to reach – to the animals and plants in the skies, deep underwater, on clifftops, in caves and underground. Find out how plants and animals adapted to these environments and about wildlife from long ago. Filled with stylish linocut prints of wildlife, this is a book you will admire for its beauty as well as for the fascinating information inside.

Discover the snow leopard as it hunts mountain goats and sheep, the ghostly pale, eel-shaped olm and a mysterious orchid that only blooms underground.

With gorgeous linocut prints, this beautiful book reveals the textures and patterns of the natural world.
Animal Attack: Killer Sharks

Animal Attack: Killer Sharks

If you ever wanted to know how Killer Sharks survive in the wild, find out in this fascinating book about survival. Different sharks will use different techniques for killing their prey. Some hunt in shoals and others hunt alone. All sharks are carnivores, but which animals will they hunt and eat?

A high-interest, magazine style series of books about some of the world’s most dangerous and famous predators for readers aged 9+.al.
Animal Babies: In the Ocean

Animal Babies: In the Ocean

Which baby animals are born in the ocean? What are baby eels called? What sound does a dolphin calf make?

This book introduces young children to baby animals in ocean habitats, exploring how their parents look after them, and how they learn, grow and thrive. Clear and friendly text, suitable for children aged 5+, is complemented by beautiful photographs of animal babies in their natural environment.

Part of the Animal Babies series looking at baby animals on farms, in the oceans and rainforests, and in snowy habitats.
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