Animal Habitats (Hardcover)

Search & Find Activity Book (for young naturalists ages 6-9)

By Sam Hutchinson, Sarah Dennis (Illustrator)

Princeton Architectural Press, 9781616898496, 32pp.

Publication Date: August 27, 2019

List Price: 16.95*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Introduce young nature lovers to the wonders of ecology as they explore the earth's most amazing and unusual regions—colorful coral reefs, frozen polar seas, dense, leafy rain forests, and more—and meet the unique animals that call them home. In a world filled with marvelous creatures great and small, astounding discoveries can be found in Sarah Dennis's enchanting, intricate cut-paper illustrations. Readers learn how food webs sustain incredible birds, beasts, fishes, and insects and the ingenious ways that plants and animals adapt to the varied ecosystems of our diverse planet.


About the Author

Sam Hutchinson is the publisher of a small, independent children's publishing company in London.

Sarah Dennis is an artist whose work combines traditional paper cutting with collage. Her previous book, Animal Camouflage, won the 2016 Junior Design Award for best emerging talent, children's illustrator.


Praise For Animal Habitats: Search & Find Activity Book (for young naturalists ages 6-9)

"The focus is on food chains in this follow-up to the dazzling Animal Camouflage. Once again Dennis' precise, realistic cut-paper illustrations command attention. Labeled silhouettes of individual plants and animals are color coded to show their predator/prey relationships within seven marine or terrestrial habitats; these are followed by intricate, full-page monochrome scenes in which the flora and fauna are artfully incorporated to be picked out by the sharp of eye."
- Kirkus Reviews

"This is a gorgeous illustrated work featuring facts about animal habitats while combining the enthralling aspect of popular search-and-find books like "I Spy." With facts and clear diagrams of animal food chains, the text and graphics complement each other to give a wonderful overview of the surrounding world, as well as the living creatures in it. A perfect addition to elementary school nonfiction collections."
- School Library Journal