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How Animals Live

Series: How it Works
By: Christiane Dorion(Author), Beverley Young(Editor)
9 pages, colour illustrations
How Animals Live
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Animals have cleverly adapted to life all over the planet, from the freezing poles to the hottest, driest deserts. How Animals Live explores the extraordinary diversity in animal life, and readers are encouraged to reflect on how a tiny change can have a huge impact on a whole habitat and beyond. The use of novelties and colourful detailed illustrations explain complex concepts in an accessible and fun way.

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Christiane Dorion is a writer and educational consultant who has taught sustainable development for over 20 years. She coordinated the WWF UK Primary Education programme, and has written a number of children's books about the environment.

Beverley Young has worked with IPC Magazines, D.C. Thompson & Co. Ltd., and Makebelieve Ideas. This is her fourth book for Templar.

Series: How it Works
By: Christiane Dorion(Author), Beverley Young(Editor)
9 pages, colour illustrations
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