Animal Journeys by Patricia Hegarty
  

Animal Journeys

Written by Patricia Hegarty
Illustrated by Jessica Courtney-Tickle

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Starting with the Arctic tern, which makes the longest migration of any creature, an astonishing 91,600km (57,000 mi) this journal-sized book is full of information on extraordinary feats of the animal world. It describes more amazing migrations, via land, sea and air, and also looks at the way animals have adapted in remarkable ways to survive in inhospitable landscapes. The animals and creatures command the pages in Jessica Courtney-Tickle’s vibrant illustrations, from the awe-inspiring humpback whale to the beautiful monarch butterfly. As non-fiction for children continues to set new standards in imaginative, information-rich design and eye-catching illustration, this is a book that inspires, entertains and enthrals. ~ Andrea Reece

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Synopsis

Animal Journeys by Patricia Hegarty

Use this beautifully illustrated book to find out about some extraordinary animal odysseys, from mass migrations to flying fish, from pollination to echo-location. Discover how animals adapt to their environments to help them thrive and survive in this journal of amazing animal journeys.

About the Author

Patricia Hegarty began working in children's publishing more years than she cares to remember and is now Editorial Director at CaterpillarBooks. As an editor she has worked on titles ranging from atlases to animal pop-ups, craft kits to crazy mazes and sticker books to secret diaries.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 5 to 7 years

Author

Patricia Hegarty
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Publisher

360 Degrees an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

9th February 2017

ISBN

9781848575264

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