Longlisted for The CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal 2018
There are living things everywhere: the more we look, the more we find.
There are creatures on the tops of the tallest jungle trees, at the bottom of the coldest oceans, even under the feathers of birds and in boiling volcanic pools. So how many different kinds are there? One, two, three ... lots!
From the award-winning team behind Tiny:The Invisible World of Microbes comes Lots, a beautifully illustrated introduction to the concept of biodiversity for younger readers.
With words from Nicola Davies and exquisite artwork by Emily Sutton, this groundbreaking book is certain to enchant and inspire children.
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Number of pages: 40
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 290 x 250 x 5 mm
"Clear, direct, involving text, coupled with vivid, delicate illustrations make for a truly special work of non-fiction." - The Guardian
"This is a book to pour and ponder over, from reading the story to picking out the different creatures in each picture, to reading the funny and fascinating animal names. Great for small people who like nature or for in-depth discussion in a primary school classroom." - BookTrust
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