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Navigators: Rainforest

Navigators

Kingfisher

Navigate your way through a fantastic range of subjects with this visually spectacular series. Every spread is brimming with lively text, amazing photographs and artworks, and weblinks and quotes. Panels throughout offer focused information on specific topics.

Journey from the forest floor right up into the emergent layers of the rainforests – home to the most diverse and exciting range of wildlife on the planet. You will find out where the rainforests are located, what makes them so special, who lives there, and how we can protect their future. You will also meet the creatures that are unique to these environments, and see them in action.

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[T]he double-page spreads in the Navigators series are packed with high-gloss color photographs, digital imagery, maps, and cutaways. But readers will want to look past the glitz, as [this] title also offers a substantial overview of the topic, with gems of information not seen in similar books.
Rainforests introduces a wealth of animals that live below, in, and above the canopy. . . [and] quotes from notable authors and texts add to the browsing appeal of this book. [A] good first stop in the research process.
 
NSTA Recommends
Colorful pictures are abundant, and each page contains lots of valuable information. . . .This book is a great source of information for students. A glossary is given as well as an index. The last page contains even more resources, such as the names of wildlife parks, tropical gardens, conservation groups, and documentaries and movies for learning more about rainforests. This book may also attract older readers because of the striking visuals.
Booklist
[T]he double-page spreads in the Navigators series are packed with high-gloss color photographs, digital imagery, maps, and cutaways. But readers will want to look past the glitz, as [this] title also offers a substantial overview of the topic, with gems of information not seen in similar books.
Rainforests introduces a wealth of animals that live below, in, and above the canopy. . . [and] quotes from notable authors and texts add to the browsing appeal of this book. [A] good first stop in the research process.
 
NSTA Recommends
Colorful pictures are abundant, and each page contains lots of valuable information. . . .This book is a great source of information for students. A glossary is given as well as an index. The last page contains even more resources, such as the names of wildlife parks, tropical gardens, conservation groups, and documentaries and movies for learning more about rainforests. This book may also attract older readers because of the striking visuals.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  • Andrew Langley has been writing books for children for more than 25 years. Born in Somerset, he spent four years working for Penguin Books before becoming a full-time writer and journalist. He now lives in Wiltshire (and sometimes France) with his family.

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Navigators: Rainforest

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Kingfisher

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