Last Chance to See: Endangered Places

Last Chance to See: Endangered Places

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Time is running out to see some of the most amazing places on Earth.
Our world is full of incredible places, but some of them might not be around for much longer. This book takes an in-depth look at some of the most endangered places on Earth. Find out why they are in danger, what we would lose of they were to disappear completely and what, if anything, is being done to save them.

This engaging series looks at the devastating impact pollution, global warming, habitat loss and deforestation are having on our planet. Explore why time is running out to see some of Earth's most endangered people, places, plants and animals. Covering the UK geography curriculum and aimed at students aged 9 and up Last Chance to See is a must for young conservationists.
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Product details

  • 9+
  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 214 x 272 x 9mm | 346g
  • Wayland
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Illustrated
  • Illustrated edition
  • 1526302993
  • 9781526302991
  • 1,163,906

Table of contents

4: On the edge
6: Amazon Rainforest
8: Arctic
10: Dead Sea
12: Everglades
14: Great Barrier Reef
16: Kilimanjaro
18: Machu Picchu
20: Madagascar
22: Maldives
24: Palmyra
26: Taj Mahal
28: Venice
30: Glossary
31: Location map & Further information
32: Index
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About Anita Ganeri

Anita Ganeri is an award-winning author of children's information books. She has been a writer for 20 years, after working in-house for Usborne Publishing and Walker Books. She specialises in the natural world, religion and mythology but is always looking for new challenges. Among her many titles are the best-selling 'Horrible Geography' series for Scholastic Children's Books which won the Blue Peter Book Award for the Best Book with Facts in 2009 and the Tivy Education Medal from the Royal Scottish Geographical Society for an outstanding contribution to geographical education. Anita lives in northern England with her husband, children, dogs and cat. She enjoys reading, walking the Moors, playing tennis and dreaming of winning Wimbledon.
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