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WILDLIFE: A Mindful Colouring Book: Rare and Endangered Animals to Colour and Create

Susie Wright World Land Trust

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MODERN BOOKS
01 November 2019
Art & Architecture; Colouring & painting activity books; Nature, the natural world (Children's&YA); Social issues: environment & green issues (Children's&YA)
Combining the relaxing and meditative process of colouring with the need to raise environmental awareness, Wildlife is designed to inspire care and curiosity about the natural world. Intricate drawings from Scottish artist Susie Wright depict rare animals threatened with extinction from the Bengal Tiger to the Asiatic Black Bear. Alongside each animal are facts about their behaviour, diet, and conservation status.
By:   Susie Wright
Foreword by:   World Land Trust
Imprint:   MODERN BOOKS
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 285mm,  Width: 260mm, 
Weight:   480g
ISBN:   9781912827299
ISBN 10:   1912827298
Pages:   80
Publication Date:   01 November 2019
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Susie Wright is an illustrator and printmaker from Edinburgh, Scotland. Her work explores the landscape, architecture, wildlife and flora that she finds in her surroundings. Susie studied illustration at Edinburgh College of Art and Central Saint Martins, London, graduating with an MA in Communication Design in 2006. Susie's work was shortlisted for the AOI Illustration Awards in 2013 & 2014. Selected clients include: Lululemon, Carhartt, Penguin Random House, Absolut Vodka, Zizzi, Sasha/LNOE and *Wallpaper. Her work can be seen at www.susiewright.co.uk. The World Land Trust was established in 1989 to fund the purchaseand long-term protection of critically threatened tropical forests and other endangered habitats. With the support of donors and patrons, which include Sir David Attenborough, they have supported overseas conservation partners in protecting over half a million acres, which have been turned into protected nature reserves.

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