Do you know many of the world’s endangered animals? In A Wild Child’s Guide to Endangered Animals you can learn about 43 animals scattered across the world. Learn their stories, and in learning them, be prepared to help them.
A Wild Child’s Guide to Endangered Animals.
140 pages. All ages.
Reviewed for Raincoast Books.
Endangered Animals, plant and animal art, animals, biology, science,
From New York Times bestselling author Millie Marotta comes this gorgeous celebration of the animal kingdom. A Wild Child’s Guide to Endangered Animals highlights the plight of 43 endangered species from around the world, including rare and well-known animals living in freshwater, oceans, forests, mountains, tundras, deserts, grasslands, and wetlands. Vivid illustrations bring caribous, axolotls, giraffes, agami herons, and many more to life on these rich and varied pages. Illuminating text relays the story of each species, from how they live and why they are endangered to what is being done about it. Complete with a map detailing where each species can still be found, this visually rich, timely, informative book raises awareness in the most spectacular way.
The Details of Endangered Animals
When I first glanced A Wild Child’s Guide to Endangered Animals, I thought “Wow, what a pretty book!”. Every page in this over-sized book is filled with creative plant and animal drawings.
Each full-page depiction of each endangered animal is followed by text that gives clear information about them. We can learn about the superior swimming abilities of the Scalloped Hammerhead Shark, and incredible survival skills of the Wild Bactrian Camel. Be surprised at the large size of the Gharial, and about the horned marsupial frog with horns. So many fascinating animals that are endangered all around the globe.
Learn about animals from 8 different ecosystems of the world. 43 different animals with their own unique abilities and their own needs.
- Oceans : Tiger tail seahorse
- Forests : Black robin
- Deserts : Gobi bear
- Fresh Water : Axolotl
- Grasslands : Chinese Penguin
- Mountains : Olm
- Tundra : Caribou
- Wetlands : Shoebill
Helpful tips for getting involved are enclosed at the close of the book. Ways to be involved include actively being part of wildlife organizations, raises awareness, using social media and learning how to live with the planet in mind. Books such as Small changes and Ways to change the world are part of this.
It’s good you know, to learn what makes each animal unique. Be amazed at the pygmy raccoon living on a small island, the wonders of a cat the hunts for fish, and the battling skills of the Nilgiri Tahr.
If you have any interest in protecting the animals of this planet and want to learn the stories of just a few of them, A Wild Child’s Guide to Endangered Animals will help you.
If you have a desire to study the ecosystems, or countries of the world, you will find this hard-cover book a great way to expand your learning.
The beauty of the pages, the informative text, and the encouragement to be involved. A fantastic book to help you on your journey to protect the things that help make this world great.