GLOW IN THE DARK: ANIMALS AT NIGHT

Subtitle with a huge Glow in the Dark poster

Katy Flint
Price $19.99
Description Description
Meet the animals that come out at night in this nocturnal adventure across the globe’s habitats, including a glow-in-the-dark poster of the deep sea.
 
See the jaguar prowling the Amazon rainforest, spot the lion pride on the African savannah, and visit a turtle nesting beach under the stars. Then, turn off the lights to see the ocean creatures glow on the 640 × 296 mm tear-out poster. (Be sure to charge it in the light first.)
 
Each spread features an enchanting illustration of a different nighttime habitat animated by a description of the activities of its various creatures, told in lulling prose. Fact boxes call out the names of the different animals and their unique qualities. Learn about the rainforest mammals called kinkajous, who slurp flower nectar by night and nest in tree hollows by day, and the rare and mysterious night parrots, who emerge after sunset in the Australian outback to feed on the seeds of spinifex bushes, among many other amazing nocturnal creatures.
 
The wonderful starlit habitats you’ll explore:
  • City
  • Rainforest
  • Beach
  • Australian outback
  • Woodland
  • Arctic
  • Mountains
  • Mangrove forest
  • Desert
  • Coral reef
  • Savannah
Series:
Format:
Format Hardcover Book 24 Pages
ISBN:
ISBN 9781786035400
Size:
Size8.74 in x 11.65 in / 222.00 mm x 296.00 mm
Published:
Published Date July 16th, 2019
Katy Flint
Katy Flint is an author, editor, and musician, based in London. She studied violin at the University of Southampton, before moving into children's books. She is the author of the much-loved Story Orchestra series, and has worked on many other non-fiction titles – from human bodies to dinosaurs. She connects with people all around the globe on her Intro to Children’s Publishing course. Find her on Instagram: @katy_flint
Cornelia Li
 
Cornelia Li is a Chinese born illustrator currently based in Toronto, Canada. Her clients include: New York Times, Chicago Readers, PBS Newshour, Reader's Digest Canada. 
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