My Big Picture Lexicon: Our Animals
Mein großes Bilderlexikon: Unsere Tiere
- A comprehensive dictionary about animals and the environment
- Everything worth knowing about our native animals
- Important trend topic, suitably presented for toddlers
24 pp 2 years + 21 x 23,5 cm EUR 10.99 June 2021 Board Book 978-3-473-41678-3
ContentIn the meadow, in the forest, by the water, in the mountains or on the farm: there are many animals children haven’t heard of yet and whose names they aren’t familiar with. Naturalistic illustrations and fascinating first factual information combine into a lexicon showcasing the world of our native animals. In between, play pages inspire children to actively join in. Which baby animal belongs to which mum and do baby animals have their own names? What do we call the dens and nests of the animals and do animals have a language of their own? Guessing and actively exploring nature are not just lots of fun for little naturalists, even adults will learn a thing or two! A first non-fiction animal book for the whole family.
The AuthorSusanne Gernhäuser studied German and history in Stuttgart, where she worked at a historical institute, published articles and contributed articles to textbooks while still a student. She currently edits scholarly series.
The IllustratorAnne Ebert, born in 1963, knew as a child she wanted to become an artist. She studied graphic design in Münster and focuses her work on nature illustrations. Anne Ebert has illustrated numerous books for Ravensburger.
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