Enter the world of Agnes & Attie: AGENTS OF THE WILD; fun-packed young fiction with wildlife conservation themes.
When 8-year-old Agnes is signed up for SPEARS (the Society for the Protection of Endangered and Awesomely Rare Species), she has no idea of the adventures that lie ahead with her elephant-shrew mentor Attie (short for "Attenborough"). Operation Honeyhunt sends them to the Brazilian rainforest, on a mission to save an endangered, dance-loving bee named Elton. Will Agnes pass the test and become a full SPEARS agent? Species in danger? Girl and shrew to the rescue!
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Number of pages: 184
Weight: 415 g
Dimensions: 216 x 143 x 18 mm
"I want to be an agent of SPEARS! Readers young and old will fall in love with Agnes and Attie. Jen and Alice's imagination shines through in this wonderful, rollicking, fun (and fact) filled adventure." * Ellie Irving, author of The Matilda Effect *
Featured in Parent Talk. * Parent Talk *
Chapter extract as well as an author & illustrator interview festured. * WRD *
Children will love following Agnes on her hilarious mission while learning facts along the way. Every page is covered in dynamic green and black illustrations perfect for this new wildlife loving series. Ideal for young eco-warriors. * South Wales Evening Post *
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