Walk This Wild World

Author(s): Sam Brewster

Kid's Non-Fiction

Walk this Wild World celebrates the wondrous diversity of animal and plant life around the globe. Travel to a new habitat and continent with every turn of the page with stunning artwork by award-winning Sam Brewster. See polar bears in the Arctic tundra; elephants in the Serengeti grasslands; bobcats in the Sonoran desert; gorillas in the Congo jungle; and much more. Lift-flaps throughout this high quality format makes it a perfect gift book for all young animal-lovers, while nuggets of information on the underside of the flaps provide a gentle educational content.


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A celebration of animals and their habitats around the world by award-winning illustrator Sam Brewster. Third book in the successful Walk this World series.

Where do birds and animals spend their days... and where do they sleep at night? Discover for yourself a wonderful world of creatures and their amazing habitats as you turn the pages and lift the flaps in this fun and fascinating walk on the wild side courtesy of award-winning illustrator Sam Brewster. Big Picture Press, an imprint of the busy Bonnier Publishing group, loves giving youngsters a spectacular view of the world and its wonders in their array of top quality and beautifully designed discovery books. This is the third book in their popular Walk This Wild World series and invites children to travel to a different continent with every turn of the page, lift the flaps and enjoy a dazzling celebration of animal and plant life, and their hidden habitats. Peer under the desert sand and find giant wasps that can kill a tarantula spider, visit the Amazon to discover the cacao tree which is used to make chocolate and unearth a longeared hedgehog in the vast Russian steppe. Lift the flaps and see polar bears in the Arctic tundra, tigers in the foothills of the Himalayas and the incredible sea life in Antarctica's Southern ocean. Brewster's stunning artwork brings the animals to life and a beautiful rhyming text, brimming with easy-to understand facts, explains where they live, eat and sleep. The perfect gift for all young animal lovers... -- Pam Norfolk Blackpool Gazette Big Picture Press can be relied on to bring us stunning books and this landscape format hardback book is no exception. This lift-the-flap book takes young readers on an exciting worldwide journey, celebrating nature in all its diversity. Each page takes the reader to a new habitat or continent, starting with the Arctic and ending in the Australian desert. Each page features a multitude of flaps to life, and each flap features additional text information - this works well alongside the general text, making the book accessible for a range of readers. The stunning illustrations are in bold bright colours and there is a mass of detail in each one to enjoy and to talk about. A beautiful book. Parents in Touch

Kate Baker is a writer and editor of children's books for all ages on subjects ranging from history and travel, to natural history and mythology. Her books include Highest Mountain, Deepest Ocean and Walk This Wild World.

General Fields

  • : 9781783705412
  • : Templar Publishing
  • : Big Picture Press
  • : May 2017
  • : 207mm X 300mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : March 2017
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 24
  • : 617
  • : Board book
  • : Sam Brewster