Animals in Wales by Elin Meek
  

Synopsis

Animals in Wales by Elin Meek

Do you know what happens when cows eat garlic? Or why the Welsh Regimental Mascot might need tissues in the winter months? Would you like to know what else is interesting, strange, amazing, or intriguing about animals in Wales? You'll find the answers, and so much more, when you turn the pages of this full-colour factfile. This accessible factfile is packed with bite-sized information about the biggest, smallest, ugliest and cutest animals in Wales. With full-colour photographs, illustrations and cartoons, it will appeal to all young readers of 9 upwards who will want to collect other titles in the series. Adults, too, will find plenty to fascinate them! The Factfile Cymru series includes themes guaranteed to stimulate the interest of young readers who like record-breaking information and titles such as The Guinness Book of World Records. With an accessible and consistent layout, these are titles ideal for young information seekers.

About the Author

Elin Meek has published more than 50 books for young people and adults. She specialises in titles with a fact-seeker/tourist focus for readers with an interest in Wales, its history, language and culture.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Elin Meek
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Publisher

Pont Books an imprint of Gomer Press

Publication date

16th August 2013

ISBN

9781848517417


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