This fun guide to Animal Anatomy by talented illustrator Sophie Corrigan, is the ideal way to learn about the creatures with which we share the earth. The charming illustrations and witty words feature fictitious (yet comically accurate) anatomical labels: from a tree frog’s ‘clingy jazz hands’ to a raccoon’s ‘sneaky bandito mask’.
Rife with art, there are many interesting animal facts too, so you can learn as you smile. Ideal for all ages.
Animals Brag About Their Bottoms is a cheeky Japanese (translated) book for children, with a healthy dose of self-love thrown in. Meet hippos, zebras, pandas and mandrills, all with different reasons to love their behinds: from cute and round, to fashionable and striped.
Whose Nose Do You Suppose? is an award-winning book for children to guess the animal, by looking at his or nose! Richly detailed with realistic illustrations of animals in their natural habitats: children can decide which animal each nose belongs to. Then learn facts on each animal species.
Animal Tails meets squirrels who balance with tails, rattlesnakes that use as warning, hippos that use them to flick poo, scorpions who use to inject venom, and birds that use them to show off!
Animal Tongues looks at the amazing ways that various creatures use their tongues: snakes smell with theirs, penguins use theirs to hang onto slippery fish, dogs use theirs to keep cool and giraffes twirl theirs around leaves, to pluck them from the highest branches.