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Lions And Tigers

Author: Beverley Randell

Part of a series: Rigby Star Turquoise Level

Publisher: Rigby (1998)

A non-fiction book about lions and tigers, for young readers. Part of the Rigby Star series.

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Living Dinosaurs

Authors: Jonathan Scott, Angela Scott

Part of a series: Collins Big Cat Series Purple Level

Publisher: HarperCollins (2007)

Ever wondered why the dinosaurs didn't survive? In this fascinating non-chronological report the success story of crocodiles and lizards (focusing on monitor lizards), and some of the reasons why they have survived since the time of the dinosaurs is explored.

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Looking After The Egg

Author: Meredith Hooper

Part of a series: All Aboard Stage 7

Publisher: Ginn (1995)

A non-fiction book about lions and tigers, for young readers. Part of the All Aboard series.

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Looking At Materials

Author: Alison Hawes

Publisher: Rigby (2004)

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Love Of Country: A Hebridean Journey

Author: Madeleine Bunting

Publisher: Granta Books (2017)

Few landscapes are as iconic as that of the Hebrides. For centuries their remote beauty has attracted saints and sinners, artists and writers. Journeying through these islands, Madeleine Bunting explores their magnetic pull, delving into meanings of home and belonging, and uncovers stories of tragedy, tenacious resistance, and migration – stories that have shaped the identity of the British Isles.

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Migration

Author: Mike Unwin

Publisher: Bloomsbury Children's Books (2018)

You’re flying above a storm-tossed sea, thousands of miles from land, on a journey filled with danger. The rain is lashing down onto the heaving, swirling water. You have not touched land for ten years. You are a wandering albatross, on a constant migration, as you search for food. This is just one of the 20 incredible migration stories in this book. Animals of all shapes and sizes make epic journeys across our planet, through harsh weather and avoid hungry predators, in their efforts to survive. Picture the migrations of the emperor penguin, the great white shark, large herds of elephants, millions of red crabs and many more animals as they set out on these astonishing journeys.

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Monster Mysteries

Author: Michaela Morgan

Publisher: Ginn & Company (1998)

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Nature's Celebration

Author: Peter Garland

Part of a series: Literacy Links

Publisher: Kingscourt (2001)

A Literacy Links Picture Book of photographs and text about plants and insects.

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Ned The Nature Nut's Nutty Nature Facts And Jokes

Author: Andy Seed

Publisher: Nosy Crow (2017)

WHY DO HERONS HAVE LONG NECKS? BECAUSE THEIR FEET SMELL! Follow Ned the Nature Nut through this crazy collection of wildlife facts and jokes . . . From fantastic flowers and fungi to ridiculous rabbits and rats, you’ll split your sides laughing with this hilarious book!

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No One Is Too Small To Make A Difference

Author: Greta Thunberg

Publisher: Penguin Books (2019)

In August 2018 a fifteen-year-old Swedish girl, Greta Thunberg, decided not to go to school one day. Her actions ended up sparking a global movement for action against the climate crisis, inspiring millions of pupils to go on strike for our planet, forcing governments to listen

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