Dip a toe, paw, or fin into history with this fact-tastic Level 2 Ready-to-Read, part of a new series all about pets and the people who loved them! In this story, learn all about a sweet mother sea otter from California who inspired lawmakers to protect endangered species! In an aquarium in California, there was a sea otter who was a mother for rescued pups. She taught them how to look for crabs and open clam shells. She also inspired a state law to protect the endangered species. A special sect
Imagine an epic animal showdown! An elephant vs. an ant in a battle of brawn? A chimp vs. a crow in a battle of wits? An emperor penguin and a pygmy marmoset in a showdown for cutest critter? Animal Smackdown brings these wild matchups to life, pitting awesome animals against each other in crazy competitions!
This colourful word book is filled with pictures of things you can expect to find on a farm, from pigs and sheep to scarecrows, tractors and apple trees. The book is organised into themed pages, including animals on the farm, the orchard, growing vegetables, the stables and the farm shop. Great for developing vocabulary and language skills.
A beautiful, fact-filled picture book by naturalist and TV presenter Chris Packham, stunningly illustrated by Harry Potter cover artist Jason Cockcroft.
Every day, billions of animals are just starting out their lives.
Looks at some of the most weird aspects of animal behaviour. This title helps you find out all about the strange and surreal things that animals do - and why. It features colourful photography of wild animals capturing all the weird actions and behaviours that will make you laugh for days.
You've met the Animal Doctors and the Animal Firefighters - now meet the Animal Builders, as they construct the penguins' dream home. It's going to be amazing, with an ice rink, a helter-skelter and a swimming pool on the roof. But the builders have got a new apprentice. It's Donkey - and he's turning out to be a bit of a disaster.
Children will enjoy hours of fun colouring in this selection of our most striking seashore life – more than 40 of the brightest, most fascinating, commonly known creatures and plants from our local shores.
Find out how elephants helped Hannibal attack Rome, why pigeons saved hundreds of lives in World Wars 1 and 2 and how a little donkey called Murphy came to the rescue of wounded soldiers in WW I, along with many other stories of courage. Part of "Young Reading" series, this work focuses on animals and the roles they have played in conflict.