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The Big Picture: Animal Migrations

Jon Richards

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Natural history (Children’s/Teenage)

Beautifully illustrated books highlighting the stories behind some of nature's greatest features and journeys

This series of stunning illustrated texts demonstrates the stories behind some of nature's greatest phenomena.

In 'Animal Migration', find out about the astonishing journeys that animals take across the globe. With contents covering various animals and the obstacles they may encounter, from hostile habitats to prowling predators, this book is a great way to learn about a range of migrations.

Key information is presented in accessible chunks and accompanied by stunning panoramic illustrations, whilst infographic panels offer the reader memorable bite-sized facts. All animals included in the text are also featured on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. With an interest range of 9-11 years, this book is ideal for children in late-KS2 who are looking to learn more about nature and environments.


- Wildebeest on the Move
- Humpback Whales
- Monarch Butterfly
- Caribou
- Salmon
- Arctic Tern
- European Eel
- Globe Skimmer Dragonfly
- Plankton
- Christmas Island Crabs
- Army Ants
- Emperor Penguins

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