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Living World

By: Gerard E Cheshire(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Living World
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What's the tallest thing on earth? What's the deadliest creature? What's the oldest living thing? What's the most endangered species? This fascinating book Living World answers all the questions children love to ask about the natural world around us. You can learn how different animals and plants have adapted to different environments on this planet of ours, from the desert to the poles. Marvellously detailed illustrations by specialist artists show some of the planet's most fascinating living things.

Two scene-changing acectate spreads bring these World of Wonder books to life. It incorporates an engaging question-and-answer format that children will find easy to follow. A 'true or false?' quiz runs through Living World, with answers given at the end, to make it truly interactive. A glossary and index encourage children to use Living World as an educational resource.

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By: Gerard E Cheshire(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
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