I Wonder Why the Dinosaurs Died Out and Other Questions About Extinct and Endangered Animals

I Wonder Why the Dinosaurs Died Out and Other Questions About Extinct and Endangered Animals

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Baker & Taylor
With a fresh, new look for a best-selling series, I Wonder Why books are a useful resource to have at hand that answers kids' everyday questions in a child-friendly, accessible manner delivered in a way that encourages imaginative discussion. Simultaneous.

McMillan Palgrave

This highly popular and long-running series has been revamped for a new generation of readers, with a clean, crisp redesign and colourful covers. The series explores questions that young readers ask about the world around them in an unrivalled child-friendly style. The conversational format is perfect for delivering solid information in a natural, amusing and imaginative way.
Why did all of the dinosaurs die? Why is a boat bad for a manatee? You'll be surprised when you find out why! The answers to these important and topical questions--as well as others about extinct and endangered animals will inform and delight readers of all ages. Youngsters will be amazed at the dangers to animals, conservation efforts, and what they can do to help save future generations of animals from extinction. Sensitive to today's environmental issues, I Wonder Why The Dinosaurs Died Out by Andrew Charman is a welcome and timely addition to any bookshelf.

Publisher: New York : Kingfisher , 2013
ISBN: 9780753469682
Branch Call Number: 333.95 C382i 2013 CHILD
Characteristics: 32 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm


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