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The Rainforest Book (Hardback)
The Rainforest Book (Hardback)
The Rainforest Book (Hardback)
The Rainforest Book (Hardback)
The Rainforest Book (Hardback)
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The Rainforest Book (Hardback)

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Author: Charlotte Milner

Number of pages: 48

Discover the plants and animals of the rainforest, and how we can protect them, in this beautifully illustrated children's ebook.

Embark on a journey through the enchanting world of the rainforest in Charlotte Milner's beautifully illustrated The Rainforest Book.

Sweep aside the liana vines, hop over the giant roots of the kapok tree, and follow the sound of the howler monkey as you venture into the tropical rainforest. Find out about some of the amazing animals that live there, learn about the enormous variety of life-giving plants, and discover why the Amazon rainforest is known as the 'lungs' of our Earth.

In this beautiful ebook, Charlotte Milner continues to highlight the important ecological issues faced by our planet, following on from The Bee BookThe Sea Book, and The Bat Book. Did you know that over half of our planet's wildlife live in the rainforest? And that at least two meters of rain falls in the rainforest every year? The world's rainforests are packed with amazing animals and plants, from the deadly poison dart frog, to the stinky rafflesia flower--there is plenty to discover!

As our planet's climate crisis becomes even more critical, with forest fires raging in the Amazon, The Rainforest Book is the perfect way to introduce little nature-lovers to this enchanting yet threatened world. This celebration of the rainforest shows children just how important it is, and reminds them that it is up to us to care for our planet and its wildlife.