|JUVENILE NONFICTION / General
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / Readers / Beginner
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / General (see also headings under Animals
|10.50in x 7.50in
|From The Publisher*
|A kid-friendly primer on caring for the Earth and living in harmony with nature. Inspired by the natural world, Ultimate Spotlight: Caring for Earth shows children how creating an environment that resembles the way plants and animals interact in the wild benefits everyone. Turn a page to reveal a pop-up of a multi-layered orchard, lift a flap to see how compost is made, and rotate a wheel to observe a tree's transformation as the seasons change.
• Flaps! Pull-tabs! Pop-ups! Lots of interactive and moveable parts
• Detailed illustrations that beg to be pored over again and again
• Educational content reviewed by experts
Fans of Ultimate Spotlight™ Caring for Earth will also enjoy the interactive learning of other books in the Ultimate Spotlight™ series, including Extraordinary Animals, Volcanoes, Polar Animals, Rain Forest Animals, Savanna Animals, Dinosaurs, Firefighters, Trains, and Astronauts.
• Great family and classroom read-aloud book
• Books for 5 and up
• Books for kindergarten and early elementary school students
|After writing for children's newspapers for many years, Sandra Laboucarie left Paris to return to Toulouse, where she now writes books for children. An engineer by training, Sarah Reynard loves nature and plants. Certified in permaculture in 2016 by the Universite Populaire de Permaculture (UPP), she supports people who wish to plan their places of work or residence according to the principles of permaculture, especially by planting gourmet edible gardens. She lives in Toulouse, France. Julie Mercier is the illustrator of numerous books for children. Her work can also be found in magazines and posters. She lives in Paris, France.