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Animalkind

By: Pablo Salvaje(Illustrator), Paul Kelly(Translated by)
72 pages, 150 colour illustrations
Publisher: Prestel
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Sometimes it's easy to forget that humans are not the only inhabitants of Earth. This visually striking book reminds us that not only do we share an ecosystem with other living things, but that we can also learn much from the behaviour and instincts of our animal neighbours. In Pablo Salvaje's handcrafted, softly coloured prints readers encounter a wide range of creatures – from jellyfish and peacocks to polar bears and snakes. With chapters on love, survival, change, habitat, water, and other topics, Animalkind takes readers on a journey across the planet to show how animals, like humans, form bonds, engage in rivalries, adapt their behaviour to cope with challenges, and do anything to protect their offspring. A beautiful lesson in compassion, Animalkind carries a universal message that readers young and old will appreciate and return to again and again.

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Pablo Salvaje is a Spanish artist who was born in Seville, Spain and lives in Barcelona. He works mainly with artistic printing techniques.

By: Pablo Salvaje(Illustrator), Paul Kelly(Translated by)
72 pages, 150 colour illustrations
Publisher: Prestel
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