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There's a Mountain in This Book

Rachel Elliot

£14.99

Featuring die-cut flaps and interactive gatefolds, this book places young adventurers in the hiking boots of a mountain explorer to discover first-hand the plants, animals and environments these mighty landscapes contain

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Overview

There's a Mountain in This Book provides young readers with an immersive experience of breathtaking mountain environments. Visit forests and caves in the foothills of the Alps; canyons, lakes and spectacular geysers in the Rocky Mountains; rainforest and moorland in the uplands of Mount Kilimanjaro; and the snowy glaciers and icefalls of the Himalayas. Discover remarkable flora and fauna, including mighty bears, snowy leopards, and even a rare cave-dwelling salamander with no eyes!

Using clever die-cut flaps and gatefold pages, the book details how mountains are formed, shows a cut-through of the interior structure of a mountain, and describes the effects of changing seasons and climates on mountains in different parts of the world. Expedition logs encourage readers to use their senses to explore each location as they climb.

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Reviews

'A must-read for aspiring geologists and geographers – or any kid who loves nature! It’s packed with accessible information about Earth’s peaks, from how they were formed to the things that live on them. The art is suitably spectacular, too'
Storytime Magazine

Product Information

Book Details

Format: Hardback

Size: 30.0 x 23.0 cm

Extent: 48 pp

Illustrations: 48

Publication date: 16 May 2024

ISBN: 9780500653395

About the Author

Rachel Elliot is an experienced author and editor living in Devon, England. She has an MA in Modern Literature from the University of Kent and has written over twenty books for children, including Maisie Mammoth’s Memoirs and Danny Dodo’s Detective Diary. Genevieve Lacroix is a debut illustrator and animator originally from California and currently living in Sweden.

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Genevieve Lacroix