Thursday, August 2, 2018

"How to Help a Hedgehog and Protect a Polar Bear" by Jess French and Angela Keoghan (Nosy Crow / National Trust)

Conservation is something that children are increasingly concerned about, and involved with - and it's never too early to spark a child's interest in looking after our planet and the creatures who live on it...
"How to Help a Hedgehog and Protect a Polar Bear" by Jess French and Angela Keoghan is a great new book for budding conservationists, perfectly demonstrating that in order to think about the bigger picture when it comes to saving the planet, sometimes we can start off with something small.

From beetles and butterflies, to puffins and polar bears, animals and habitats all over the world need our protection. 

This beautifully illustrated book helps children (and adults!) learn about thirteen different habitats - gardens, hedgerows, heathlands, woodlands, highlands, wetlands, the coastline, freshwater, oceans, savannahs, jungles and mountains. Using simple everyday ways , we can all do our bit to protect these habitats and make them fantastic places for various species to live and thrive in. 

Find out how to help hedgehogs in your own back garden or spread the word about endangered animals further from home, as you discover all the little things you can do to make a big difference.

It's an utterly fascinating book, and there are some great activities in here if you find yourself out and about this summer (as we inevitably will). 

"How to Help a Hedgehog and Protect a Polar Bear" by Jess French and Angela Keoghan is out now, published by Nosy Crow / National Trust (kindly supplied for review). 

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