Animalium

Publisher: Big Picture Press

Take a leisurely wander through a marvellous museum of animals with this beautiful book endorsed by the Natural History Museum. There are more than 160 different animal specimens to discover in its pages, which are cleverly laid out in the style of carefully curated museum exhibits.

Quirky yet authoritative, this book is bursting with information to engage young naturalists, whilst the spectacular illustrations in a rich colour palette give it real 'wow' factor. Children will enjoy poring over all the details in each gorgeous page spread, and the large format makes it ideal for sharing with a friend, or in the classroom. Stylishly presented, this is a stand-out fact book that will captivate children and adults alike.

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