Louise McNaught, Anna Claybourne
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The world is experiencing an extinction crisis. This book shares the stories of 20 threatened species facing the challenge of survival, bringing the issue of conservation into the spotlight.

Meet 20 remarkable species facing the challenge of survival.

From the rainforest to the savannah to the depths of the ocean, animal life in every continent and habitat has been affected by human activity. Louise McNaught's powerful animal portraits bring to life 20 stunning creatures and their fight for survival. Discover the dangers they face, the action being taken to protect them and their vital importance on Earth. Be inspired to join the movement to conserve species and find out how you can make a difference.

"We all have a fantastic opportunity to do more for wildlife right now. We must not leave it too late: extinction is forever." - Charlie Mayhew MBE, Chief Executive of Tusk

Author bio:

Anna Claybourne (Author)
Anna Claybourne is an experienced children's author who has written over 200
books on topics ranging from Shakespeare to space science and earthquakes to
endangered animals. She specialises in science and nature, literature, and art and
crafts, but also writes fiction and retellings. She lives in Edinburgh, UK, with her
family. Besides writing, she likes sewing and music, and plays the trombone.

Louise McNaught (Illustrator)
Louise McNaught graduated in 2012 in Fine Art from the University of
Greenwich, London. Her non-traditional creations feature animals set on
bright neon hues, almost street-art in style, giving them an elevated status, while
suggesting the delicate relationship between nature and humans. Louise uses a
mixed-media approach and soft style. She lives in Surrey, UK.

Category: Young adult non-fiction
ISBN: 9781787410459
Publisher: Bonnier
Imprint: Big Picture
Pub Date: September 2018
Page Extent: 48
Format: Hard Cover
Subject: Young adult non-fiction