Watching Orangutans in Asia by Deborah Underwood


Watching Orangutans in Asia by Deborah Underwood

Each title links a wild animal to a particular continent and follows its life over the course of the year, whilst describing how it relates to the natural features of the continent. It contains cross-curricular links to geography and science. 'Trackers Guide' shows how photographers follow animals (e.g. paw prints, fur balls etc). It is suitable for less-able KS2 readers for introducing continents and landforms.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 5-7


Deborah Underwood
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Publication date

7th February 2007



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