An Anthology of Intriguing Animals

An Anthology of Intriguing Animals

by DK Publishing

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A beautiful book filled with stunning photographs and fascinating information on all the animals that matter to children.

Discover the incredible facts, stories, and myths behind your favorite animals, whether it's how the koala got its name or which animal the Ancient Egyptians thought rolled the sun across the sky. Children can pore over the spectacular photographs, including detailed close-ups, and learn fun facts at the same time.
Containing more than 200 species, this beautiful modern bestiary lets you find the animals that interest you and possibly uncover a new favorite along the way.

An attractive gift for children who can't get enough of wildlife and nature, this compendium of creatures covers all different types of animals from big to small and feathered to furred. With easy-to-read text and large images, An Anthology of Intriguing Animals lets children explore the animal kingdom and get to know each animal individually.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781465484499
Publisher: DK
Publication date: 10/02/2018
Sold by: DK
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
File size: 116 MB
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Age Range: 7 - 10 Years

About the Author

Ben Hoare is an award-winning journalist who has written and edited many natural-history books and magazines for DK, the BBC, London's Natural History Museum, and many others. Think of a well-known wildlife or nature writer who writes in English, and Ben has probably edited their words at some point. Since 2008 he has been Features Editor of BBC Wildlife Magazine. In 2015 Ben was awarded the Dilys Breese Medal for science communication by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO)—he is one of only 15 people to hold the award.

An Anthology of Intriguing Animals was illustrated by Daniel Long, Angela Rizza, and Daniela Terrazinni.

Trusted by parents, teachers, librarians, and kids across the world, DK is an award-winning publisher of visual reference books for children, including the DK Eyewitness Books, DK findout!, and Maker Lab series. DK books combine clear photography and illustration with expert text to show you what others only tell you.

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An Anthology of Intriguing Animals 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sandy5 More than 1 year ago
What a beautiful book this is! From the outside cover to the inside pages, this book is one that will be used over and over again. If you’re an animal lover or know of one, this book should be on your radar. With amazing pictures and a condensed, educational summary of over 100 species of animals, this book is sure to capture your attention. I love the way this book is presented beginning with its cover. The teal cover with the gold lettering, the design takes center-stage. The gold continues along the top, bottom and fore edges of the book. When closed, the book is teal or gold (pages included) with a silky green ribbon attached to be used as a bookmark. Such a beautiful book! From ocean life to land animals to birds, the book is springing with life. Each animal has a two-page spread with a realistic photo and facts about that animal. Some of these photos are big and very detailed. Bats, viper fish, raccoon, moles, geckos, and pheasants, are some of the animals. The animals presented are not exotic but I found the information presented is fun and informational. Fact: If we could drink like a camel, we would have to drink a glass of water every two seconds for 10 minutes. Fact: Kangaroos lick spit onto their arms to help them cool down. I really enjoyed this non-fiction book for kids. DK did it again and I have to commend them for another fantastic book for children. My six-year old granddaughter would love this book. She has decided that she is going to be a scientist when she grows up and I can see her carrying this book to bed with her at night and studying up on her animals.