Author(s): Edward Parker

Social studies

Rainforests are home to about 150 million people who live in settlements. This book explores these people and their lives, finding out what effects the rainforest people have on the delicate balance of nature in the rainforests. It highlights the relationships of rainforests and people to people around the world.


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'Rainforest People is one of the titles in a series of superbly illustrated books inviting readers into the mysterious world of the rainforest.' -- Junior Education, October 2002

Edward Parker is a freelance photojournalist and author, specialising in environmental issues and development issues in Latin America, where he travels to regularly. He also works for the World Wide Fund for Nature. Over the last decade he has travelled extensively throughout Latin America contributing to reports, magazines and books.

General Fields

  • : 9780750238694
  • : hodch
  • : hodch
  • : 0.215
  • : November 2002
  • : 270mm X 219mm X 4mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Edward Parker
  • : Paperback
  • : 304.209152
  • : From 7 To 14
  • : 48
  • : colour photos