Author(s): Patricia Kendell

Nature & animals - children

This title looks at the lives of alligators - from their birth to growing up, how they feed, grow, hunt, rest and clean. Photographs show the alligator at every stage of its life and the text allows young readers to understand the alligator\\\'s life.


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The real test for any marketing claims laid on classroom resources lies with real classroom practice and exposure to real children. In the Wild books passed this test with flying colours when I used them recently across three reception classes, and they generated a real buzz of enthusiastic sharing and questioning!. Its success is due to its fabulous photography, making all aspects of the animal's life visually accessible, and giving rise to excellent opportunities for discussion and questioning. -- TES Teacher 20050304

The author, Patricia Kendell, writes material to help children understand why wildlife is in danger and what they can do to help. She is also a part-time Education Officer with WWF-UK. The consultant, Dr James Perran Ross, is Executive Officer of the IUCN - Crocodile Specialist Group based at the Florida Museum of Natural History in the USA. He studies alligators in Florida and works with experts all over the world to conserve crocodiles, alligators and their habitats.

General Fields

  • : 9780750241335
  • : hodch
  • : hodch
  • : 0.316
  • : November 2002
  • : 224mm X 216mm X 9mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Patricia Kendell
  • : Hardback
  • : 597.98
  • : 32
  • : colour photos