Animal kingdom

The series looks at areas of science through practical projects and experiments. Each chapter starts with a do-it-yourself step-by-step example, and is followed by a number of fun and 'magic' experiments.

This book first asks the question 'what is an animal?' What follows is then a detailed observation of the hierarchy of the Animal Kingdom. Where do certain creatures fit in on the food chain? How do different species interact? 15 intriguing projects stimulate the mind of the young reader.

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Author(s)Sally Hewitt
Age5-7, 7-11
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