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By: Marilyn Baillie(Author), Jonathan EM Baillie(Author), Ellen Butcher(Author)
48 pages, colour photos
This spectacular book introduces children to some of the most endangered species on Earth, from the pygymy sloth to Attenborough's pitcher plant. It explores what scientists are doing to save species and what we can do to help, featuring wildlife that is critically endangerd alongside species that have been brought back from the brink of extinction. Large, spectacular photos and engaging text by award winning authors Jonathan and Marilyn Baillie really capture a child's attention and show why our wonderful wildlife is worth saving. Produced in assoication with the IUCN.
"Wonderful photographs with amazing instances of conservation."
– Peters Gazette 2013-11-01
"Large, spectacular photos capture the attention and show why our wonderful wildlife is worth saving. An important issue and one which we all need to know about."
– Parents in Touch 2013-11-01
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