Publication Date: September 26, 2023
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Ages 7 to 11, Grades 2 to 6
Daytime and Night-time is a beautifully illustrated guide with a fun and innovative flip book format that allows the reader to explore and compare the world's most iconic habitats during the day and night.
Take a trip around the world to discover the busy animals active during the day, and the magical creatures that come out at night in twelve unique habitats in this extensive exploration of the natural world.
This book's fun flip-book format gives readers two books in one. Beginning with the daytime, children can explore the biodiversity of a huge range of landscapes. Readers can then flip the book and arrive at extraordinary night-time scenes where the hidden, rarely seen creaturesof the night come out to play in the same landscapes, all for children to uncover.
This innovative title looks at the animals of both day and night in a huge variety of habitats including the South American Rain Forest, African Savannah, Australian Outback, and Andes Mountains.
Firm favorites and widely unknown creatures, of both the day and night, are explored, including: Cockroaches, silverfish, and leopards that scour cities by nightParrotfish, shrimps, and epaulette sharks that roam tropical coral reefs by dayAye-ayes, leaf-tailed geckos, and tomato frogs that emerge in the Madagascan nightWild boar, brown bears, and jays that enjoy the European woodland in the sunshineSections on the animals of dawn and dusk, and even urban wildlife, make this a truly fascinating, comprehensive, and fresh look at the natural world for children. The magic of the natural world during both the day and night is brought to life with Nic Jones' vibrant illustrations.
Daytime and Night-time provides the perfect opportunity for children to compare and contrast twelve habitats during the day and night, and uncover the true biodiversity of our planet at all times of the day.
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