Saving Species

£14.99

From the well-known faces of conservation, such as polar bears, tigers and orangutans, to the lesser-known threatened Malagasy rainbow frog, kakapo and bee, this striking book looks at 38 endangered animals from around the world and the conservation efforts that are being undertaken to save them. Written by vet, conservationist and TV presenter, Dr Jess French, and illustrated in a striking graphic artwork style, ‘Saving Species’ is sure to inspire future conservationists and animal lovers of all ages.

ISBN: 9781526360779 Author: French, Jess Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Childrens D Publication Date: 4th October 2018 Imprint: Wren & Rook Cover: Hardback Dewey: 578.68 (edition:23) Pages: 63 Language: English Readership: Children - juvenile / Code: J Category: Subjects: ,

Tigers, orangutans, pangolins, polar bears, fin whales, bees … there are so many incredible animals that need saving!

Join vet, conservationist and children’s TV presenter Dr Jess French and take a trip around the world to meet 38 of the most extraordinary creatures on the planet. From the endangered animals we all know and love, like tigers, polar bears, orangutans and rhinos, to the less familiar pangolin, kakapo and vaquita, see these amazing creatures up close in their natural habitats. Visit jungles, mountains, rivers and coral reefs and learn about the threats to these species’ survival, as well as the remarkable conservation efforts that are being undertaken to save them.

Illustrated in a stunning graphic artwork style, this beautiful gift book is sure to inspire future conservationists and animal lovers of all ages.

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