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Earth's Amazing Cycles: Seasons

Sally Morgan

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Science & technology: general interest (Children's

A vibrant exploration of seasons and how they change the world around us

Earth's Amazing Cycles: Seasons looks at what the different seasons are, why they happen and how they change our weather, surroundings and wildlife in a constant cycle.

Spanning core science and geography topics, Earth's Amazing Cycles makes sense of the natural processes in the constantly changing world that surrounds us, from food chains to photosynthesis and from reproduction to rock formation, and reveals how these processes work together in a complicated and fragile balance. It also highlights throughout the importance of caring for our unique planet.

Earth's Amazing Cycles showcases fresh, vibrant new illustrations and clever infographics. A funny character features throughout, guiding readers through the information and providing opportunities for humour and engagement.

Titles in the series: Animals/Energy/Plants/Rocks/Seasons/Water

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Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan is an environmental biologist, and chief examiner for A-level biology for a major examining board. She is an experienced author of books for young children. She has been a science teacher and is now a professional photographer and writer.

Sally Morgan has written more than 20 well-loved books for children on subjects including history, science and emoji. Sally loves writing children's books and thinks it is the best job in the whole wide world. She also LOVES reading children's books. Sally does not like taking books back to the library, clowns or being startled by loud noises. When not reading, writing or researching what a pharaoh will need in the afterlife or how to make a periwig out of paper, Sally can be found bimbling around Minnesota, USA with her husband and two children.

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