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The Big Picture: Living Habitats

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 'Habitats', find out about the most extreme ecosystems from around the world, and the weird and wonderful things that exist within them. With contents covering diverse environments and their inhabitants, from the gargantuan trees of the temperate rainforests to the great grazers that occupy tropical grasslands, this book is a wonderful way to learn about a range of habitats.

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.


- Tropical Rainforest
- Temperate Rainforest
- Desert
- Mountains
- Brush and Scrubland
- Rivers and Lakes
- Temperate Grassland
- Tropical Grasslands
- Temperate Forest
- Forests of Eurasia
- The Tundra
- The Arctic

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