Follow wildlife photographer, Steve Bloom as he travels across continents taking photographs of lion, leopards, cheetahs and tigers. You will see amazing photographs of these big-cat predators, as well as find out how they survive in tough conditions; how they live, grow up, hunt and have babies. There are also tips at the back of the book on how to take photographs of animals in the wild and even compiling your own photo projects, one being a photo diary of your own pet. Great for anyone who loves cats and is interested in wildlife photography.
Lion by Suzi Esterhas.
A great read by another wildlife photographer, Suzi Esterhas. This picture book, with accompanying photographs details the journey of a lion cub from birth to adulthood. You will see the cub chasing Mum’s tail in the den, meeting her father for the first time, taking naps and learning how to hunt. You will also learn many interesting facts about lions, for example a male lion can weigh up to 225 kilograms and at two years old, a lion cub is fully grown.
Brown Bear by Suzi Esterhas.
Another great read by another wildlife photographer, Suzi Esterhas. This picture book, with accompanying photographs details the journey of two bear cubs from birth to adulthood. You will get to see them exploring with their Mum, chasing and climbing and then learning how to catch fish and hunt for clams. You will also learn many interesting facts about bears, for example Brown bears are the second largest bears in the world after polar bears and at three years old, a bear cub is fully grown.
Dinosaur Record Breakers by Darren Naish.
Which dinosaur was as big as a bus? Which deadly dinosaur with saw-edged teeth was the first big predator? Which long-necked dinosaur was the biggest land animal ever? Find out the answers and more in this book by Darren Naish, a paleontologist and science writer. Discover all the awesome facts on the biggest, fastest and deadliest dinosaurs known to man.
Why not being able to swim was an advantage? How to avoid scurvy? Why the stem engine made all the difference? What was so great about the great Exhibition? You will find out all the answers to these questions and more in this action packed read. If you enjoyed Tony Robinson’s last book on Ancient Egypt, then you will love this one on British history.
Pompeii and other Lost Cities by John Malam.
Interested in history and archaeology? Want to read about all the cities that were thought to lost but now have been found, for example Pompeii, Ancient Egyptian cities and prehistoric villages? Then this is the book for you. You will read and uncover the secrets behind the world’s lost cities and find out how archaeologists discovered them.