Nature Quest

Nature Quest : Questions and Answers About the Natural World

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This title comprises all the best bits from the "Question Time" series, offering lively, informative answers to many of the WHAT, HOW, WHY and WHICH questions that young children ask about the world around them. The book asks a variety of questions such as "How do caterpillars grow up?", "why are whales such whoppers?", "how can a shark drown?" and "what is a rainforest? plus hundreds more. Containing information taken from "Question Time" titles "Creepy Crawlies", "Mammals", Reptiles", "Birds", "Sharks", "Seashore" and Rainforest". Carefully researched and created to fulfil early-learning needs, the book covers a wealth of popular natural history subjects that should stimulate children's curiosity. The topics are explored in great detail with engaging text, and supported by colourful illustrations that bring the natural world to life. Further information is supplied alongside photographs, amazing facts appear eye-catching cartoons and a "Now I Know" feature reinforces the facts that have been explained.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 160 pages
  • 236 x 282 x 22mm | 1,061.4g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • illustrations, photographs
  • 0753408902
  • 9780753408902

About Jim Bruce

Jim Bruce has written and edited over 100 books for children on a wide range of subjects. His knowledge of literacy levels combines with a lively writing style to create texts that are as easy to read as they are enjoyable. Claire Llewellyn is one of Britain's best non-fiction authors for young children. She has won many children's literary awards, and 100 Years of Cinema and Ships and Boats in Kingfisher's Kaleidoscopes series have both earned much critical praise. Stephen Savage worked in the Brighton Sealife Centre for 13 years as an aquarist and later as the Education Development Officer. He is currently studying and monitoring whales and dolphins around the UK. Stephen has published 26 titles about wildlife. Angela Wilkes, an award-winning writer and editor, is renowned for her lively, engaging books that children read over and over again. She excels in presenting information in an original and straightforward way.show more

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