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By Tammy Gagne
At about the height of large dogs, hyenas aren't the world's biggest predators. Readers will learn about what makes hyenas such deadly predators, from their hunting styles to what they like to eat. Fun Facts and an Amazing but True section will thrill readers and give them a closer look...
Shortlisted for School Library Association SLA Information Book Award 2018. Jaw-dropping, up-close photography shows the natural world and animals as you've never seen them before. From fruit to flowers, from shells to sharks, from ants to elephants, this extraordinary new encyclopedia will keep animal and nature enthusiasts from ages 9...
Meet the accident-prone T-Rex. First he loses his glasses, then he has one disaster after another: he can't tell his breakfast toast from a slipper, then he mistakes a prehistoric owl for his bath towel! A laugh-out-loud tale from legendary picture book duo Willis and Ross.
This brilliant A-Z parade of the most exciting dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures that ever lived comes complete with a giant poster of dinosaur favourites. Dinosaur A-Z is a dip-into delight for any young dinosaur enthusiast that provides a line-up of the biggest, smallest, baddest, nicest, and scaliest dinosaurs that...
A beautifully illustrated picture book looking at the most incredible journeys undertaken by animals around the world. From the epic migration of the huge humpback whale to the unbelievable determination of the tiny hummingbird, each animal tells us the reason why they travel so very far.
By Ruth Martin
Kids can discover the animal kingdom like never before in this beautiful encyclopedia, featuring over 100 incredible creatures, from the grey wolf and green anaconda, to the bald eagle and emperor penguin. Packed with facts and illustrations, it also explores our relationship with these animals and how we're affecting their...