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All Things Change Nature's Rhythms, from Sprouting Seeds to Shining Stars

By: Anna Claybourne(Author), Sarah Edmonds(Illustrator)
64 pages, colour illustrations
All Things Change
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  • All Things Change ISBN: 9781913519070 Hardback Oct 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Everything changes. From the birth of new stars to the endlessly shifting tides and tiniest life cycle. Some change happens right before your eyes, while other transformations happen so slowly that you won't notice them in your lifetime. And you change too, just like everything else in Nature – growing, learning and changing your thoughts and feelings.

All Things Change is a lyrical and beautifully illustrated book looking at the many different processes of change in the natural world, covering geology, ecology, biology and more. It also embraces the philosophical topic of change – how do we approach changes that make us feel sad? How do we cope with changes we can't control?

Ideal for children to explore independently or with parents, it holds a special appeal for anyone struggling to find stability in a rapidly changing world.

Age Level: 5 to 10 years

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Anna Claybourne is the author of numerous books on the natural world for young readers, including the Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia of Planet Earth, the Survival Skills Handbook and many more. She is the winner of several awards, including the ASE Book of the Year Award, and the Times Educational Supplement Senior Information Book Award for her title The World of Shakespeare, as well as being shortlisted for many awards, including the Blue Peter Book Award, the Royal Society Young People's Book Prize, the English Association 4-11 awards 2017. Anna is based in Edinburgh.

Sarah Edmonds is a freelance illustrator on projects with publishers, museums, national parks and charities. Alongside this, her collection of playful illustrated gifts has grown and is sold online and in gift shops. She is based in Worthing.

By: Anna Claybourne(Author), Sarah Edmonds(Illustrator)
64 pages, colour illustrations
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