Great herds of zebra thundering across the African plain... fragile butterflies traveling unbelievable distances... family groups of whales coursing through the waves. Many kinds of animals make annual migrations, and their stories reveal incredible strength and will to survive. These treks are magnificently documented in Great Migrations, the children's illustrated companion to the 7-hour National Geographic television special of the same name.
Created for the huge audience of young animal loversand for the nation's schools, where migration is taught as part of the core curriculumthis book spotlights wild creatures of highest interest to children. Action-filled photo spreads have immense "wow" appeal as animals vault over obstacles and escape the clutches of predators. Info-graphic spreads pack in the fascinating facts, with at-a-glance information on where, why, and how animals migrate.
This timely book addresses the effect of climate change on animal migration, a story that is just now reaching the public from scientists and other experts who have witnessed alarming trends.
An interactive book chock-full of cool, scary, freaky,
outrageous, gross and fierce animals, this is the National Geographic Kids signature content in a sticker and activity book format. Packed with mazes, spelling and pattern games, drawing activities, and more, kids ...
This exciting reader follows the story of the
longest and the most demanding elephant migration on the planet. Living at the furthest corners of the hot and dry Sahara Desert, the very margins of where elephants can survive, hundreds of ...