Everything You Need to Know about Animals

Everything You Need to Know about Animals : A First Enyclopedia for Budding Zoologists

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"Everything You Need to Know about Animals," a spin-off on the all-encompassing reference "Everything You Need to Know," and "Everything You Need to Know about Science "delivers exactly what its title promises. Arranged thematically into 5 core topics that explore the huge variety in the animal kingdom, how they get around, how they eat, animal senses and reproduction. Readers' imaginations will be fired on every page with this perfect one-volume encyclopedia which includes activities, glossary words, Internet links, and fascinating facts that will keep kids inspired. wonderful single-volume animal encyclopedia. Informative and interactive features perfectly enhance and consolidate each reference section.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 160 pages
  • 213.36 x 276.86 x 25.4mm | 952.54g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0753464330
  • 9780753464335
  • 1,116,327

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NSTA RecommendsThe book is rich in ideas for linking information about animals with other areas of the curriculum. . . . [T]he many interdisciplinary ideas and the inclusion of opportunities for inquiry using pictures are ideal for [grades Pre-K through grade 3]. . . . [G]ood . . . as a tool to help in preparing differentiated instructional lessons. School Library JournalThis broad, accessible encyclopedia will appeal to browsers because of the 500-plus highly realistic computer-generated illustrations, large fonts, and short paragraphs. . . . [S]cience enthusiasts will enjoy browsing this smorgasbord of information"."show more

About Nicola Davies

Nicola Davies is a writer, zoologist and television presenter, and lives in Devon, England. She began her career studying geese and humpbacked whales and then became a researcher and presenter of the BBC's "The Really Wild Show." Since then she has written many children's books on everything from human biology, blue whales and turtles to bats, owls and climate change. She also teaches creative writing to BA and MA students.show more

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