Big Book of Big Animals by Hazel Maskell
  

Big Book of Big Animals

Written by Hazel Maskell
Illustrated by Fabiano Fiorin

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A Lovereading4kids 'Great Read' you may have missed 2011 selection.

This is an absolutely cracking book for animal lovers as it is crammed from end to end and beyond, you could say with animals of every shape and size. Pull-out concertina pages and double gate folds reveal the truly stunning size of some of the world's creatures including the magnificent blue whale. The end of the book reveals some record breaking animals.

You might also like these other books in the same series: Big Book of Big Dinosaurs and Big Book of Big Machines.

Synopsis

Big Book of Big Animals by Hazel Maskell

This is a great big book crammed with huge illustrations and facts about some of the biggest animals on the planet. Each gorgeously illustrated double page is arranged in exciting themes, including the largest creepy crawlies, most dangerous animals and biggest marine creatures. With each animal drawn to scale, the readers will be given an idea of just how huge they really are. The final page reveals some record-breaking animals, including the bird with the biggest beak, the world's largest hunter and which species lays the largest eggs.

About the Author

The author of a number of science and history books for Usborne.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback

Author

Hazel Maskell
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

28th January 2011

ISBN

9781409507994

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