Jim Arnosky doesn't just help you recognize animals and plants, he tells you how to look for them and how to understand what you are seeing.
History is presented with a personal viewpoint of how and why it may have happened.
Blends scientific information with examples of how we experience nature: facts, stories, poems, games, crafts and pictures. Chapters on squirrels, chipmunks and marmots, bears, trees, shrubs and berries, owls, bats, spid...
Picture book of 71 of the the world's most fantastic places, fashioned by man or by nature, from the Grand Canyon to the Taj Mahal.
Provides detailed descriptions and illustrations of more than 150 different animals and plants.
"Ready for a global adventure? I love the world is your ticket to the breathtaking flora, fauna, people, sights and eye-popping wonders of our land, sea and sky. Pack your passport and a sense of wonder as you explore ou...
Get dirty and get learning with this fun guide to the hidden world of your local park or garden.