There are many children‘s books about animals, but there is no one like this!
Funny, absurd and impressive facts combined with a bit of geography and history make sure the information stays in your head, not only in that of children but certainly also of adults. And of course, the beautiful design and the colourful illustrations makes sure that you will get lost in this book.
»I was missing a book about animals that combines fun facts and short pieces of knowledge easy to remember, with beautiful design, good subdivision and humour. Not an educational non- fiction book, but a real family book. It was also very important to me to have a really comprehensive animal book, including extinct animals as well as mythical or fantasy animals. For children, these animals all belong together, and we were always missing one of these categories in all the animal books that are there now!« Judith Drews
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Judith Drews, studied illustration in Hamburg and works in the studio she founded as a freelance illustrator and designer for publishers at home and abroad. She has received numerous national and international awards. So far, she has published more than 50 books. She lives with her husband, their two daughters and a tigress, who pretends to be a house cat, in a house with a garden and many other animals in Berlin.
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