A look at the giraffe through its life cycle, natural habitat, food chain and the threats that they face every day. The book contains a fully labelled animal "map" on the opening spread, an illustrated food chain diagram, a topic web and extension activities. Suitable for KS2 curriculum.
Follow a giraffe calf as it takes its first steps on an exciting journey through life in the African grasslands. Join the calf as it learns to pluck leaves from the tallest treetops and awkwardly reaches down to drink from a waterhole. Meet some other animals that share its grassland habitat, and the threats they face.
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This stunning series explores the lives of some of the world's wild animals through their life cycles, natural habitats, food chains and the threats faced daily. - Parents News, Jan 01
About Michael Leach
Michael Leach is an author and television cameraman specializing in large mammals. In the past few years he has worked with mountain gorillas in Rwanda, orangutans in Borneo, lemurs in Madagascar and polar bears in the Arotic, and still bears the scar from the teeth of an unfriendy young brown bear he photographed in 1976. He has filmed natural history programmes for a number of television companies including BBC.
Natural World: Giraffe by Michael Leach
Used - Well Read
Hachette Children's Group
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