Human Life Cycles by Anita Ganeri


Human Life Cycles by Anita Ganeri

Nature's Patterns helps readers understand some of the amazing natural phenomena in the world around them. The series introduces patterns and cycles that take place in nature using a range of examples from around the world. It explores the affects of these processes on the world around us in a child-friendly way, and features explanatory diagrams with labels and colour photography.

About the Author

Anita Ganeri

Anita Ganeri was born in Calcutta, India, but attended both primary and secondary school here in England. She lives in the north of England with her husband, children,
a cat and three dogs. She is a prolific author of non-fiction for children and has had a staggering 100+ books published. She has been made a Fellow of The Royal
Geographical Society where she carries out a great deal of research, looking for weird and wonderful things to write about in her Horrible Geography books.

Mike Phillips is an illustrator for children. He was born in London, England and now lives in North Devon with his family.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 5 To 7


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Publication date

11th January 2006



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