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2 Steps Behind! Wild Animals Rare and Endangered

By: Dawn Lawrence(Author), Virginia McKenna(Foreword By)
332 pages, 113 b/w illustrations
2 Steps Behind!
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  • 2 Steps Behind! ISBN: 9780957598812 Paperback Jul 2014 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Each animal speaks for itself in easy-to-read, rhyming verse. Most of these voices are humorous, a few are sad, reflecting the plight in which wild animals find themselves in today's rapidly changing world.

Some animals are exotic unusual ones which might not be familiar; others are old favourites. Not all are endangered, but most are threatened.

Their world is vanishing fast. Already by the time readers digest these facts many on the brink of extinction will be lost forever.

As the tiger so aptly tells us, 'Man should move both heaven and earth to save the last of me.'

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By: Dawn Lawrence(Author), Virginia McKenna(Foreword By)
332 pages, 113 b/w illustrations
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