Following in the footsteps of the best-selling Cats on Catnip comes a deluxe postcard book to extend the enthusiasm for the brand into the gift market. People love their pets and all things pet- and animal-themed and they'll be sure to want these laugh-worthy postcards to check in with friends near and far.
Well-known geologist Nick Norman leads young readers into the absorbing world of geology. Budding rock collectors will find out all about the rocks that they’ll encounter in southern Africa, with a view to building their own rock collections.
Beat about the Bush is the most comprehensive bush and field companion available. In addition, it is set in a question and user-friendly answer format. The result is an insightful reference book in a style that appeals to novices, birders, tourists, bush enthusiasts and field guides alike.
Chronicles the Baghdad zoo's transformation from bombed-out rubble to peaceful park. This title recounts hair-raising efforts to save a pride of the dictator's lions, close a deplorable black-market zoo, and rescue Saddam's Arabian horses.
Mammals are the animals that most people come to wilderness areas to see. They range in size from the pygmy shrew (2g) to the blue whale (120 tonnes). But what makes a mammal a mammal - indeed why is the blue whale not a fish? How does the elephant's trunk work?
This volume brings us further stories of life in the Kruger park as the wife of a game ranger. After eleven years in the remote Mahlangeni region the couple are transferred, first to Crocodile Bridge and then to Pretorius Kop.