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Think of the future. Can you imagine our planet as beautiful as it used to be? You could be the one to help make it beautiful again, with the things you do and the ideas you have. Your planet needs YOU! From a simple introduction to our home in Space, ...
The Great Big Green Book
Think of the future. Can you imagine our planet as beautiful as it used to be? You could be the one to help make it beautiful again, with the things you do and the ideas you have. Your planet needs YOU! From a simple introduction to our home in Space, the authors explain what we need for life on Earth, and show the importance of the rainforests and the oceans; they stress the need to look after our planet and show how some of the things we take for granted are running out, and how we have polluted so much our planet. The action plans include saving water, saving energy, recycling, repairing, growing seasonal food, cooking fresh food, saving on packing, asking questions... and thinking of new inventions and big ideas.
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15.34 USD

The Great Big Green Book

by Mary Hoffman
Paperback
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Winner of the Margaret Mallett Picture Book Award, as part of the English 4-11 Picture Book Awards. There are living things everywhere: the more we look, the more we find. There are creatures on the tops of the tallest jungle trees, at the bottom of the coldest oceans, even under ...
Lots: The Diversity of Life on Earth
Winner of the Margaret Mallett Picture Book Award, as part of the English 4-11 Picture Book Awards. There are living things everywhere: the more we look, the more we find. There are creatures on the tops of the tallest jungle trees, at the bottom of the coldest oceans, even under the feathers of birds and in boiling volcanic pools. So how many different kinds are there? One, two, three ... lots! From the award-winning team behind Tiny: The Invisible World of Microbes comes Lots, a beautifully illustrated introduction to the concept of biodiversity for younger readers. With words from Nicola Davies and exquisite artwork by Emily Sutton, this groundbreaking book is certain to enchant and inspire children. Clear, direct, involving text, coupled with vivid, delicate illustrations make for a truly special work of non-fiction. - Guardian
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11.93 USD

Lots: The Diversity of Life on Earth

by Nicola Davies
Paperback
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Behold the Beautiful Dung Beetle
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8.390000 USD

Behold the Beautiful Dung Beetle

by Cheryl Bardoe
Paperback
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From award-winning science writer Seymour Simon comes a completely revised and updated edition of Horses, with brand-new full-color photographs.Readers will learn how horses came to be domesticated, how to distinguish different breeds, the important roles horses have served throughout history, and more. From stallions and mares and Clydesdales to Palominos, ...
Horses: Revised Edition
From award-winning science writer Seymour Simon comes a completely revised and updated edition of Horses, with brand-new full-color photographs.Readers will learn how horses came to be domesticated, how to distinguish different breeds, the important roles horses have served throughout history, and more. From stallions and mares and Clydesdales to Palominos, this is sure to be a hit with horse lovers and animal lovers everywhere!This updated edition includes:* author's note* stunning full-color photographs* glossary* index* additional reading sourcesSupports the Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards and the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) standards.
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18.890000 USD

Horses: Revised Edition

by Seymour Simon
Hardback
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Life Cycles: Grassland
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13.640000 USD

Life Cycles: Grassland

by Sean Callery
Hardback
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Life Cycles: Polar Lands
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13.640000 USD

Life Cycles: Polar Lands

by Sean Callery
Hardback
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Life Cycles: Rainforest
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8.390000 USD

Life Cycles: Rainforest

by Sean Callery
Paperback / softback
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Life Cycles: Ocean
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13.640000 USD

Life Cycles: Ocean

by Sean Callery
Hardback
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Life Cycles: Ocean
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8.390000 USD

Life Cycles: Ocean

by Sean Callery
Paperback / softback
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Life Cycles: Grassland
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8.390000 USD

Life Cycles: Grassland

by Sean Callery
Paperback / softback
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Life Cycles: Rainforest
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13.640000 USD

Life Cycles: Rainforest

by Sean Callery
Hardback
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Ranger Rick: I Wish I Was a Gorilla
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6.81 USD

Ranger Rick: I Wish I Was a Gorilla

by Jennifer Bove
Paperback / softback
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Brrr...does it feel cold? Get out your gloves and get ready to experience the Ice Age! In Explore the Ice Age! with 25 Projects, readers ages 7-10 discover what an ice age consists of, why we have them, and what effect an ice age has on living organisms and ecosystems, ...
Explore The Ice Age!: With 25 Great Projects
Brrr...does it feel cold? Get out your gloves and get ready to experience the Ice Age! In Explore the Ice Age! with 25 Projects, readers ages 7-10 discover what an ice age consists of, why we have them, and what effect an ice age has on living organisms and ecosystems, paying particular attention to the most recent Ice Age, which is the only one humans were around to witness. About 12,000 years ago, glaciers up to 2 miles tall covered up to one-third of Earth's land! Explore how these moving mountains of ice changed almost everything on Earth, including shorelines, weather, plants, animals and human activities, migration, and more. Learn the science and techniques of archeological and paleontological digs to understand how we know so much about a time that happened before recorded history. Science-minded activities lead readers to discover what a world covered in ice means for the earth's crust, its atmosphere, and what happens when the planet begins to warm and the ice melts. Projects include creating mini glaciers to move mountains and create beaches and recreating the lifestyles of Paleolithic people to discover what they ate, how they hunted, how they made tools and clothes and their history in art. Don't wait for the next ice age to get started! Cartoon illustrations, fun facts, and a compelling narrative make Explore the Ice Age! an essential part of any STEM library.
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20.950000 USD

Explore The Ice Age!: With 25 Great Projects

by Cindy Blobaum
Hardback
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Brrr...does it feel cold? Get out your gloves and get ready to experience the Ice Age! In Explore the Ice Age! with 25 Projects, readers ages 7-10 discover what an ice age consists of, why we have them, and what effect an ice age has on living organisms and ecosystems, ...
Explore The Ice Age!: With 25 Great Projects
Brrr...does it feel cold? Get out your gloves and get ready to experience the Ice Age! In Explore the Ice Age! with 25 Projects, readers ages 7-10 discover what an ice age consists of, why we have them, and what effect an ice age has on living organisms and ecosystems, paying particular attention to the most recent Ice Age, which is the only one humans were around to witness. About 12,000 years ago, glaciers up to 2 miles tall covered up to one-third of Earth's land! Explore how these moving mountains of ice changed almost everything on Earth, including shorelines, weather, plants, animals and human activities, migration, and more. Learn the science and techniques of archeological and paleontological digs to understand how we know so much about a time that happened before recorded history. Science-minded activities lead readers to discover what a world covered in ice means for the earth's crust, its atmosphere, and what happens when the planet begins to warm and the ice melts. Projects include creating mini glaciers to move mountains and create beaches and recreating the lifestyles of Paleolithic people to discover what they ate, how they hunted, how they made tools and clothes and their history in art. Don't wait for the next ice age to get started! Cartoon illustrations, fun facts, and a compelling narrative make Explore the Ice Age! an essential part of any STEM library.
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15.700000 USD

Explore The Ice Age!: With 25 Great Projects

by Cindy Blobaum
Paperback
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Rewilding is an important environmental movement to restore habitats to their natural state in order to support native species and make room for animals to move freely. In this comprehensive look at rewilding, the authors present examples from around the world where endangered animals have been rehabilitated and returned to ...
Rewilding: Giving Nature a Second Chance
Rewilding is an important environmental movement to restore habitats to their natural state in order to support native species and make room for animals to move freely. In this comprehensive look at rewilding, the authors present examples from around the world where endangered animals have been rehabilitated and returned to their natural habitats. From pandas and peregrine falcons to jaguars and wolves, the story of these animals testifies to the fact that with good management, the extinction of species can be avoided. This book also relates how cities have begun to restore nature by planting everything from tiny rooftop gardens to huge parks on disused land. Written for 9 to 12-year olds, this book serves as a great resource for projects as well as a fascinating book to read or browse.
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13.600000 USD

Rewilding: Giving Nature a Second Chance

by Love
Paperback / softback
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Rewilding is an important environmental movement to restore habitats to their natural state in order to support native species and make room for animals to move freely. In this comprehensive look at rewilding, the authors present examples from around the world where endangered animals have been rehabilitated and returned to ...
Rewilding: Giving Nature a Second Chance
Rewilding is an important environmental movement to restore habitats to their natural state in order to support native species and make room for animals to move freely. In this comprehensive look at rewilding, the authors present examples from around the world where endangered animals have been rehabilitated and returned to their natural habitats. From pandas and peregrine falcons to jaguars and wolves, the story of these animals testifies to the fact that with good management, the extinction of species can be avoided. This book also relates how cities have begun to restore nature by planting everything from tiny rooftop gardens to huge parks on disused land. Written for 9 to 12-year olds, this book serves as a great resource for projects as well as a fascinating book to read or browse.
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20.950000 USD

Rewilding: Giving Nature a Second Chance

by Drake, Love
Hardback
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Ocean: The Secret Life of the Depths
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22.17 USD

Ocean: The Secret Life of the Depths

by Margherita Borin
Hardback
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From the epic migration of the huge humpback whale to the unbelievable determination of the tiny hummingbird, come on a trip around the world and learn the story of each animal's migration and the reasons why they travel so very far. This vividly illustrated introduction to animal migration across land, ...
We Travel So Far
From the epic migration of the huge humpback whale to the unbelievable determination of the tiny hummingbird, come on a trip around the world and learn the story of each animal's migration and the reasons why they travel so very far. This vividly illustrated introduction to animal migration across land, sea, and air looks at the most astonishing journeys undertaken by animals around the world. From wildebeest to butterflies; polar bears to Leatherback turtles, each animal tells its own `micro story' about its incredible journey across a variety of terrain at different times of the year. Perfect for young animal lovers!
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22.17 USD

We Travel So Far

by Laura Knowles
Hardback
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Have you seen a dodo bird recently? Do you have mastodons playing in your back yard? Not likely--these species are both extinct, which means the entire population has died out. More than 99 percent of all species, or about 5 billion, have gone extinct since life first formed on Earth ...
Extinction: What Happened to the Dinosaurs, Mastodons, and Dodo Birds? With 25 Projects
Have you seen a dodo bird recently? Do you have mastodons playing in your back yard? Not likely--these species are both extinct, which means the entire population has died out. More than 99 percent of all species, or about 5 billion, have gone extinct since life first formed on Earth 4.5 billion years ago. Some of those species went extinct at the same time in an event know as a mass extinction. What type of event could cause such a massive die off? This is a question that scientists have asked for decades as they explore the causes of extinction. In Extinction: What Happened to the Dinosaurs, Mastodons, and Dodo Birds? readers ages 9 to 12 learn about the scientific investigative work necessary to answer these questions and find the culprit behind mass extinctions. Follow the scientists as they look at all potential reasons for extinction, including asteroid impacts, massive volcanic eruptions, excessive gases in the atmosphere, climate change, and more. Where do scientists find clues to help them answer their questions? In rocks--scientists travel the globe to excavate the evidence. They look for fossils that might tell them what lived before an extinction and what lived after. They also examine the chemical elements in rocks at the boundaries between geologic eras, as well as the structure of rocks. As they follow the evidence, the pieces of the puzzle come together to form a clearer picture of events that happened millions of years ago, whether it's an asteroid strike or a massive volcanic eruption. Extinction is not just a thing of the past. It is happening right now, at a higher rate than is typical. Because of this, there is debate about whether or not the presence of humans on Earth is having the same effect as an asteroid strike or a massive volcanic eruption. Are we currently experiencing the sixth mass extinction? And if so, what are the causes? Can we stop it? Extinction: What Happened to the Dinosaurs, Mastodons, and Dodo Birds? includes hands-on activities and critical thinking exercises to encourage readers to consider humans' role in the current extinction, what we can learn from past extinction events, and how they can be part of efforts to prevent extinction. Hands-on activities, a fun narrative style, interesting facts, species spotlights, and links to primary sources combine to bring the subject of extinction to life in a fun and engaging way.
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18.850000 USD

Extinction: What Happened to the Dinosaurs, Mastodons, and Dodo Birds? With 25 Projects

by Laura Perdew
Paperback
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Have you seen a dodo bird recently? Do you have mastodons playing in your back yard? Not likely--these species are both extinct, which means the entire population has died out. More than 99 percent of all species, or about 5 billion, have gone extinct since life first formed on Earth ...
Extinction: What Happened to the Dinosaurs, Mastodons, and Dodo Birds? With 25 Projects
Have you seen a dodo bird recently? Do you have mastodons playing in your back yard? Not likely--these species are both extinct, which means the entire population has died out. More than 99 percent of all species, or about 5 billion, have gone extinct since life first formed on Earth 4.5 billion years ago. Some of those species went extinct at the same time in an event know as a mass extinction. What type of event could cause such a massive die off? This is a question that scientists have asked for decades as they explore the causes of extinction. In Extinction: What Happened to the Dinosaurs, Mastodons, and Dodo Birds? readers ages 9 to 12 learn about the scientific investigative work necessary to answer these questions and find the culprit behind mass extinctions. Follow the scientists as they look at all potential reasons for extinction, including asteroid impacts, massive volcanic eruptions, excessive gases in the atmosphere, climate change, and more. Where do scientists find clues to help them answer their questions? In rocks--scientists travel the globe to excavate the evidence. They look for fossils that might tell them what lived before an extinction and what lived after. They also examine the chemical elements in rocks at the boundaries between geologic eras, as well as the structure of rocks. As they follow the evidence, the pieces of the puzzle come together to form a clearer picture of events that happened millions of years ago, whether it's an asteroid strike or a massive volcanic eruption. Extinction is not just a thing of the past. It is happening right now, at a higher rate than is typical. Because of this, there is debate about whether or not the presence of humans on Earth is having the same effect as an asteroid strike or a massive volcanic eruption. Are we currently experiencing the sixth mass extinction? And if so, what are the causes? Can we stop it? Extinction: What Happened to the Dinosaurs, Mastodons, and Dodo Birds? includes hands-on activities and critical thinking exercises to encourage readers to consider humans' role in the current extinction, what we can learn from past extinction events, and how they can be part of efforts to prevent extinction. Hands-on activities, a fun narrative style, interesting facts, species spotlights, and links to primary sources combine to bring the subject of extinction to life in a fun and engaging way.
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24.100000 USD

Extinction: What Happened to the Dinosaurs, Mastodons, and Dodo Birds? With 25 Projects

by Laura Perdew
Hardback
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Discover the exciting world of recycling, how it works and how we can reuse the materials we recycle to give them a second life. From paper and glass to food and household water, learn about the energy that can be created from waste.Explore the world's most revolutionary and exciting ecological ...
How Recycling Works
Discover the exciting world of recycling, how it works and how we can reuse the materials we recycle to give them a second life. From paper and glass to food and household water, learn about the energy that can be created from waste.Explore the world's most revolutionary and exciting ecological developments in Eco Works. This series for 9+ readers examines how green technology is finding inventive solutions to some of the most pressing problems facing us today. From sourcing sustainable energy and reducing our carbon footprints through to creating recycling processes and community gardens that provide our growing urban populations with green space and food, find out exactly how and why 'eco works'.
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12.86 USD

How Recycling Works

by Geoff Barker
Paperback
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Can You Touch a Rainbow?
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13.600000 USD

Can You Touch a Rainbow?

by Sue Nicholson
Hardback
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Can You Tickle a Tiger's Tummy?
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13.600000 USD

Can You Tickle a Tiger's Tummy?

by Sue Nicholson
Hardback
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The Elephant Whisperer (Young Readers Adaptation): My Life with the Herd in the African Wild
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19.940000 USD

The Elephant Whisperer (Young Readers Adaptation): My Life with the Herd in the African Wild

by Graham Spence, Lawrence Anthony
Hardback
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What do you and a tuna have in common? You are both part of a food chain that begins with green things and ends with you! Can you get energy from sunlight? Why is every link in a food chain important? Read and find out more about food chains! Now ...
Who Eats What?: Food Chains and Food Webs
What do you and a tuna have in common? You are both part of a food chain that begins with green things and ends with you! Can you get energy from sunlight? Why is every link in a food chain important? Read and find out more about food chains! Now rebranded with a new cover look, this book features content-rich vocabulary in simple, engaging text by Patricia Lauber, fascinating diagrams, and beautifully detailed illustrations by Holly Keller. Both text and artwork were vetted for accuracy. This is a Level 2 Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science title, which means the book explores more challenging concepts for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) standards. Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Books & Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series.
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7.35 USD

Who Eats What?: Food Chains and Food Webs

by Patricia Lauber
Paperback
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People are nature. From the water we drink to the trees we climb, we are connected to the natural world in big and surprising ways. With simple, poetic text, and exquisite artwork, You Are Stardust introduces kids to these connections - sparking their imaginations and starting conversations. Combining the ideas ...
You are Stardust: Our Amazing Connections With Planet Earth
People are nature. From the water we drink to the trees we climb, we are connected to the natural world in big and surprising ways. With simple, poetic text, and exquisite artwork, You Are Stardust introduces kids to these connections - sparking their imaginations and starting conversations. Combining the ideas of environmental author and educator Elin Kelsey with inventive, three-dimensional dioramas by artist Soyeon Kim, this remarkable picture book reveals ties that are often sensed, yet seldom explained. Children will learn that the salt in their body is the same as the salt in the ocean, that they learned to speak in the same way that baby birds do - by copying their parents, and that elephants, bats and whales make friends, just like they do. In a world dominated by technology, never have these connections between people and nature been more worth exploring.
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13.64 USD

You are Stardust: Our Amazing Connections With Planet Earth

by Elin Kelsey
Paperback
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In an infinity of sky, tiny godwit birds follow ancient, invisible migratory pathways, flying on and on for nine nights and nine days, flying without rest... This is their story. From the creator of the critically acclaimed Where the Forest Meets the Sea and Mirror, comes a poetic, eco-conscious picture ...
Circle
In an infinity of sky, tiny godwit birds follow ancient, invisible migratory pathways, flying on and on for nine nights and nine days, flying without rest... This is their story. From the creator of the critically acclaimed Where the Forest Meets the Sea and Mirror, comes a poetic, eco-conscious picture book which explores the complex, interdependency of nature. This is the story of the little-known Bar-tailed Godwit who, following invisible pathways that have been used for thousands of years, undertakes the longest unbroken migration of any bird, a total of 11,000 kilometres, flying from their breeding grounds in Alaska across the Pacific Ocean to Australia or New Zealand. Facing hunger and treacherous conditions to reach their destination, their flight is one of bravery, tenacity and strength, and Jeannie's stunning mixed media collages, inspired first-hand by the spectacular landscapes of Alaska and China, will amaze readers, and take them on an extraordinary visual journey to the corners of our Earth.
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34.11 USD

Circle

by Jeannie Baker
Paperback
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A poetic book highlighting everyday nature. The perfect blend of science and poetry, Hidden City demonstrates that nature can thrive anywhere, even in highly populated areas. In this graceful collection of poems, skyscrapers serve as perches for falcons, streetlights attract an insect buffet for hungry bats, and an overgrown urban ...
Hidden City: Poems of Urban Wildlife
A poetic book highlighting everyday nature. The perfect blend of science and poetry, Hidden City demonstrates that nature can thrive anywhere, even in highly populated areas. In this graceful collection of poems, skyscrapers serve as perches for falcons, streetlights attract an insect buffet for hungry bats, and an overgrown urban lot offers shelter to both flora and fauna. Hidden City also includes engaging supplementary materials, which provide scientific information about the animals and plants featured in the book. Coupled with beautiful collage illustrations, the poems in Hidden City offer readers the perfect reminder to notice and care about their environment.
17.850000 USD

Hidden City: Poems of Urban Wildlife

by Sarah Grace Tuttle
Hardback
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What are the problems and challenges we face around the world when it comes to food and the materials we use to package it? How can we produce food without causing pollution and habitat destruction? How do we eat healthily and minimise food waste? Interactive 'Solve It!' design challenges give ...
Eco STEAM: The Food We Eat
What are the problems and challenges we face around the world when it comes to food and the materials we use to package it? How can we produce food without causing pollution and habitat destruction? How do we eat healthily and minimise food waste? Interactive 'Solve It!' design challenges give readers the information they need to develop sustainable solutions to the problems discussed, and step-by-step 'Test It!' activities encourage them to explore putting principles into practice.
23.88 USD

Eco STEAM: The Food We Eat

by Georgia Amson-Bradshaw
Hardback
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