What If... Humans Were Like Animals? by Marianne Taylor
  

Synopsis

What If... Humans Were Like Animals? by Marianne Taylor

Packed with fun, incredible and often downright disgusting facts about the animal world, this is a book that will both entertain and educate. With questions like: 'What if people behaved like animals?', 'What if you had pop-up claws?', 'What if you could taste with your feet?' and 'What if your mum puked in your mouth?'. Full of awesome illustrations, this book shows kids the hilarious consequences of animal behaviour in the human world.

Reviews

A dazzling collection of factoids that should keep inquiring minds whirring for hours Financial Times Another fascinating book, perfect for dipping into, full of fun, almost unbelievable and often downright disgusting facts about the animal world Parents in Touch

About the Author

Marianne Taylor is a writer and editor whose career has been steered from the start by her obsessive interest in the natural world. She has written books on subjects from mountain gorillas and nature photography, to science and wildlife in London. She lives in Kent and, when not at her desk, is likely to be found in the nearest woodland, binoculars around neck and notebook in hand.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 8

Author

Marianne Taylor
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Publisher

Publication date

7th February 2013

ISBN

9781780550428


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