Eagles and Other Birds by Andrew Solway


Eagles and Other Birds by Andrew Solway

This fun and exciting series looks at how some of our favourite animals are uniquely adapted to fit their environment. Each book covers different ways in which the animal has adapted, whether through their habitat, camouflage or the way they find food. It also looks at examples where animals have been unsuccessful in their quest to adapt. It uses exciting groups of animals to catch the attention of hard-to-please children. Written in bite sized boxes, it is easy to read and understand. It features lots of case studies and examples to help children with report writing and teachers with lesson preparation.

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48 pages
Interest Age: From 11 To 14


Andrew Solway
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Publication date

29th September 2006



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