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The Animal Awards

Tor Freeman Martin Jenkins

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Frances Lincoln Publisher
03 September 2019
Children's & Educational; Wildlife (Children's&YA)
Roll up, roll up! The Animal Awards are about to begin. Who will win the Terrific Teeth Award? Who will claim the title of Most Smelly? Who will win the prize for Best at Pretending To Be A Plant? Celebrate with 50 brilliant animals from around the world who represent natures rich tapestry. Featuring: Mound-building termite - great bustard - chimpanzee - peregrine falcon - deep-sea anglerfish - giant octopus - emperor penguin - African elephant - wandering albatross - earthworm - leaf-cutter ant - Cuviers beaked whale - lion - chameleon - honey bee - naked mole rat - honey badger and honey guide bird - wolf - bat - skunk - tiger - electric ray - giant panda - humpback whale - European eel - Arctic tern - caribou - beaver - orb-web spider - kangaroo - giraffe - mosquito - lyre-bird - pistol shrimp - woodpecker - blacksmith bullfrog - cheetah - dung beetle - vulture - tortoise - ostrich - leaf-tailed gecko - flounder - false coral snake - cuttlefish - lions mane jellyfish - axolotl - giant clam - polar bear
By:   Tor Freeman, Martin Jenkins
Imprint:   Frances Lincoln Publisher
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 276mm,  Width: 235mm, 
ISBN:   9781786037787
ISBN 10:   1786037785
Pages:   80
Publication Date:   03 September 2019
Recommended Age:   From 7 to 9 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children / Juvenile
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

TOR FREEMAN is a London-based freelance illustrator. In 2012 she was awarded the Sendak Fellowship. In 2017 she won the Guardian Graphic Short Story Prize. Her books include the Digby Dog and Olive series. MARTIN JENKINS is conservation biologist and children's writer. His jobs have varied greatly: 'I've been an orchid-sleuth in Germany, a timber detective in Kenya and an investigator of the chameleon trade in Madagascar.' His titles include Emperor's Egg, winner of the Times Junior Information Book of the Year Award, Can We Save the Tiger, winner of the SLA Award, and Gulliver's Travels, winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal.

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