This is a book to fall in love with. An exquisitely illustrated treasury showcases the most dramatic and beautiful Natural History stories that play out right under our noses year after year.
Every moment of the year, Mother Nature is hard at work, making clouds for the rain to fall from, preparing a squirrel to hide nuts for the winter cold, or guiding a little chick on its first flight halfway around the world. Find out what she is doing right now, in 48 stories of nature’s ever turning cycles across the world.
There are forty-eight double spreads which tell in wonderfully illustrated pages, stories of animals and nature across the world. This is a great way to learn about our planet, the seasons and the huge diversity that exists in a wide variety of climates and ecosystems.
Lucy Brownridge, has written and compiled this powerful and intriguing collection of stories from ‘A Hot Bath in Winter’ to ‘ The Sky Ablaze’. There is something for everyone with chunks of text, intriguing and evocative.
Margaux Samson Abadie has created incredibly beautiful illustrations which are full of artistic images with diagrammatic forms, wonderful tools to enable understanding.
Wide Eyed Editions have produced a master piece, I highly recommend What Are You Doing Today, Mother Nature? for any age in schools, libraries and at home.
My favourite page is The Wood Wide Web, which tells how trees in a wood have a system of communication through the root systems and fungus spores…. Amazing!! Read the book to find our more…
Sue Martin Children’s Literacy Specialist