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How Animals Build (Hardcover)

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Lonely Planet Kids' How Animals Build is a beautifully illustrated lift-the-flap hardback that explores the incredible world of animal architects. Children can open flaps and unfold spreads to discover amazing animal homes up high, underground, on land, and under the sea. From spider webs and rabbit warrens, to bird nests and ant colonies, and even coral reefs and beaver lodges, we reveal the secrets to these extraordinary structures and how they're built.

Do bees need cement mixers to build hives? Do beavers use cranes to construct dams? No, of course not Like many animals, they're building geniuses who don't need building site tools to create incredible work. Welcome to nature's very own, super-clever world of construction.

Created in consultation with Michael Leach, wildlife expert, speaker, photographer, filmographer, and author of over 20 books on subjects ranging from big cats and owls to great apes and bears.

Themed topics include:

  • Apartment Block with Branches
  • Dig, Diggers, Dig
  • Number 1 Bunny Street
  • A Winning Design
  • It's Buzzing in Here
  • Nest Neighborhoods
  • This Way to Waterworld
  • Extreme Builders
  • Mouse House Here

About Lonely Planet Kids: Come explore Let's start an adventure. Lonely Planet Kids excites and educates children about the amazing world around them. Combining astonishing facts, quirky humor and eye-catching imagery, we ignite their curiosity and encourage them to discover more about our planet. Every book draws on our huge team of global experts to help share our continual fascination with what makes the world such a diverse and magnificent place-inspiring children at home and in school.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781786576637
ISBN-10: 1786576635
Publisher: Lonely Planet
Publication Date: September 19th, 2017
Pages: 24
Language: English
Series: Lonely Planet Kids