If the World Were 100 Animals

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A thought-provoking book for children aged 5+ years that explores biodiversity and opens up key discussions about the environment and the topical issues highlighted in David Attenborough's documentary Extinction: The Facts.

There are estimated to be around 20 quintillion animals living on Earth, but it's tricky to picture so many animals! So instead, let's imagine just 100 animals at a time . . .

What does it look like? How are animals divided up? How many species are still to be discovered? Where in the world can wild mammals be found? And how 'wild' are they really? What are the most popular pets? How many species are extinct and how many are in danger?

If there had only ever been 100 animals, then 10 are living and 90 are extinct!

IF THE WORLD WERE 100 ANIMALS opens up discussions and includes tips on how to protect the world we share – supporting children in becoming global citizens and promoting empathy, kindness and self-awareness.

If we focus on just 100 animals, it's easier to see the things they have in common, and the things that make them different. So come and meet the animals in our wildlife park, and think about the big questions that affect them, and us!

Collect the other books in the series:

IF THE WORLD WERE 100 PEOPLE – WINNER of The Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize 2022 and WINNER of The ALCS Educational Writers’ Award 2023

IF OUR WORLD WERE 100 DAYS

Product Details

Price
£6.99  £6.64
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781405299350

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