National Trust: How to Help a Hedgehog and Protect a Polar Bear

Suggested age 7 – 10

£12.99

Author: Dr Jess French
Illustrator: Angela Keoghan
ISBN: 9781788002578
Date Published: 2 Aug. 2018

Availability: In stock

Finalist for the Best Children’s Publication award at the ACE Best Product Awards 2019

Learn how you can save endangered animals and make the world a better place, too!

From beetles and butterflies, to puffins and polar bears, animals and habitats all over the world need our protection. In this beautifully illustrated book, children (and adults!) can learn about thirteen different habitats – gardens, hedgerows, heathlands, woodlands, highlands, wetlands, the coastline, freshwater, oceans, savannahs, jungles and mountains – and simple everyday ways to protect them.

Find out how to help hedgehogs in your own back garden or spread the word about endangered animals further from home, as you discover all the little things you can do to make a big difference.

Engaging text by Dr Jess French, presenter of Minibeast Adventure with Jess on CBeebies, with artwork by super-talented newcomer Angela Keoghan, illustrator of Inspector Brunswick and the Case of the Missing Eyebrow.

**As seen on Channel 4 Sunday Brunch**

“There are lots of natural history titles with an environmental slant this year, but this introduction to the plight of endangered animals is one of the most inspiring and accessible I’ve seen. The world’s major habitats are profiled with species fact files and child-friendly, creative (but practical) ideas on how to make a difference from making a log pile and packing a no-rubbish lunch to supporting fair trade initiatives. The engaging text is well-pitched for primary school readers and it’s gorgeous to look at too.” – The Bookseller

“Lavishly and stunningly illustrated by Angela Keoghan, the book is very approachable and really speaks directly to the child – little things make a big difference, so everyone will feel encouraged to try.” – Parents in Touch

Nosy Crow

Dimensions 25 × 1.5 × 30 cm
Publisher

Nosy Crow

Age

Age 7 – 9, Age 9 – 12

Format

Hardback

Press

“There are lots of natural history titles with an environmental slant this year, but this introduction to the plight of endangered animals is one of the most inspiring and accessible I’ve seen. The world’s major habitats are profiled with species fact files and child-friendly, creative (but practical) ideas on how to make a difference from making a log pile and packing a no-rubbish lunch to supporting fair trade initiatives. The engaging text is well-pitched for primary school readers and it’s gorgeous to look at too.””Lavishly and stunningly illustrated by Angela Keoghan, the book is very approachable and really speaks directly to the child – little things make a big difference, so everyone will feel encouraged to try.”
The Bookseller, Parents in Touch
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