What's Eating You?

What's Eating You?

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Explore the weird and wonderful world of parasites in this follow-up to the bestselling "Poo".Every animal has a habitat where it can find food and shelter and have its babies. But there is one group of creatures whose habitats are not forests, seas or deserts. Instead they live on or in the bodies of other animals - in skin, hair, fur, feathers, blood, guts, livers, hearts and lungs. They are Parasites! Uncover the secrets of their amazing life-cycles and dare yourself not to scratch or groan as you read...then give in; it's impossible! Short written sections with creepy-crawly diagrams and comic strips make this information book engaging and accessible for young minds.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 152 x 239 x 5mm | 196g
  • Walker Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • col. ill
  • 1406313548
  • 9781406313543
  • 437,265

About Nicola Davies

Nicola Davies is a zoologist and writer, who has also produced and presented several radio and TV programmes. Her books for children include many acclaimed non-fiction titles such as Poo, Extreme Animals and Ice Bear (9781406302059), as well as the novel Home (9780744559835). She lives in Devon. Neal Layton has illustrated more than forty books, including Poo by Nicola Davies and Rover by Michael Rosen. He has also illustrated his own stories, which include Oscar and Arabella and Bartholomew and the Bug, both winners of the Smarties Book Prize Bronze Award. He lives in Hampshire.show more

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