I Wonder Why Penguins Can't Fly by Pat Jacobs, Michael Jacobs
  

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I Wonder Why Penguins Can't Fly by Pat Jacobs, Michael Jacobs

A highly popular and long-running series that explores the questions that young readers ask about the world around them in an unrivalled child-friendly style. The conversational format is perfect for delivering solid information in a natural, amusing and imaginative way. I Wonder Penguins Can't Fly takes a look at the coldest places on Earth - the Poles. Readers will learn about animals that live at the Poles, such as polar bears, penguins and seals; and alsodiscover how plants survive at the Poles, why the polar ice caps are in danger of melting, and how scientists gather important information about the climate and more in the harshest environment.

About the Author

PAT JACOBS has written over 50 nonficton, reference, and activity books for children on subjects ranging from dinosaurs to the future of space exploration. Pat has two grown children and lives with her husband in rural Suffolk.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Pat Jacobs, Michael Jacobs
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

21st February 2011

ISBN

9780753465189


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