Big Cats by Penny Clarke
  

Synopsis

Big Cats by Penny Clarke

This is one of a series investigating the more grisly aspects of natural history. The book fits into the guidelines for Key Stage 2 Science: Life processes and living things. It describes the processes of nutrition, growth and movement in big cats as well as indicating links between animals and their environments. The special X-ray -style pages enable readers to see how the internal structure of a big cat corresponds to its external appearance. Many facts are revealed through an accessible question and answer format and informative captions.

About the Author

Penny Clarke is an author and editor specialising in information books for children. The books she has written include titles on natural history, rainforests and volcanoes as well as others on different periods of history. She now lives in Norfolk.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Penny Clarke
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Publisher

Publication date

1st March 2003

ISBN

9781904194415


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