Laurence Pringle, Meryl Henderson
Publisher: Astra Publishing House
Published: 7th Oct '21
Learn about elephants in various habitats throughout the world, learning how elephants use their trunk, how they communicate, what they eat and about their family groupings.
Learn all about the elephant in this nonfiction picture book that explores every aspect of these giant mammals.This latest title in the Strange and Wonderful series allows young readers to journey into the lives of elephants in various habitats throughout the world. Kids will learn how elephants use their trunk, how they communicate, what they eat, and about their family groupings. The book also shows how we can ensure that elephants continue to live and thrive. Combining careful research and beautiful illustrations, this book is perfect for those who have an interest in animals and conservation.
|Dimensions||254 × 229 mm|
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