Animals: A Children's Encyclopedia

Autor: DK
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Estimare livrare: 26.07.2024

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See the animal kingdom up close and personal in this ultimate reference book for children.

Filled with more than 700 photographs, habitat maps, and illustrations, Animals A Children's Encyclopedia helps children and parents learn about the rich variety of animal life on our planet.

Meet the deadliest, largest, friendliest, fastest and downright strangest animals known to man, and discover what they look like, where they live, what they do, what they eat and what life is like for their young. From the latest research to recent numbers on populations, this book gives you all the information you need about animals on land, in water, and in the air.

This animal encyclopedia for children offers:

- An introduction to the animal kingdom through photographs of hundreds of animals accompanied by informative text.
- A new and updated edition of a popular title in the ChildrenÔÇÖs Encyclopedia series, which has sold millions of copies worldwide.
- A global scope of information, covering all key habitats and continents from around the world.

At a time in history when climate change and habitat loss are profoundly affecting animals, this book helps educate children about all the creatures in the world that are at risk of vanishing forever.

From the same series as the New Children's Encyclopedia and DK children's encyclopedias of Science, Art, and Geography (among others), this updated animal encyclopedia is full of valuable reference information for children, parents, and educators.

Learn all about the world one subject at a time!

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Detalii produs

Data apari╚Ťiei : 7 mar. 2024
Autor(i) : DK
Tip Coperta : Cartonat─â
Format : 221x284
Numar pagini : 304
ISBN : 9780241656976