Sam Hutchinson is a famous author of the 21st century, who writes books for children that are knowledgeable and are mostly focused on wildlife and jungles. One of his latest releases is called ‘Endangered Species,’ which got published in 2020 and is widely admired around the globe.
Sam, who's also a publisher, usually includes stunning illustrations in his books that always turn out to be the main attraction in the series, especially for young readers.
Here are some of our favourite books by Hutchinson for students of elementary and primary school:
Endangered Animals: And How You Can Help
This book talks about the endangered animals of the world, from cold polar regions to the dense rain forests. The book takes the reader on a journey while introducing them to the animals that suffer due to climate change, habitat destruction, cutting down of forest, etc. Each habitat includes fascinating facts, a search-and-find scene, and "how you can help" tips that show children how they can make a difference.
Food Chains: Who Eats What?
With beautiful cut-paper illustrations by the award-winning artist Sarah Dennis, the book delivers the knowledge of wild habitats from around the world to the reader. 'Search and Find' activities and essential facts keep you engrossed. The book explicitly explains to children how the food chain works, who eats what and how the energy-transfer happens. A great book to introduce biology to kids, we must say!
Rip & Stick Jungle Animals
It’s an activity book that allows children to do some craft alongside learning about wild animals. It comes with pages to be torn and pasted in the frames to form a meaningful picture. The activities are given step by step, the book also contains facts about the animals featured.
Animal Habitats: Search & Find Activity Book
In this, children are introduced to different habitats for animals on earth, colourful coral reefs, frozen polar seas, dense, leafy rain forests, and more. It also contains artist Sarah Dennis's enchanting, intricate cut-paper illustrations. There is a lot to learn from this book like how food webs sustain incredible birds, beasts, fishes, and insects and the ingenious ways that plants and animals adapt to the varied ecosystems of our diverse planet.
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