Let's Save Our Planet: Forests: Discover the Facts. Be Inspired. Make A Difference. (Hardcover)
Do you want to make a difference and help change the world? If the answer's yes then this book is for you!
Turn the pages and discover everything you need to know about deforestation and the ways we can tackle it. From scientists and conservationists helping to protect forest creatures to tech inventions like robot tree-planters, this book helps children aged 8 and up to discover the incredible solutions to deforestation that are being worked on around the world right now.
Readers can begin by exploring different forest types around the world, discovering what makes each of them precious and unique, before taking a look at the causes, effects, and solutions to deforestation. The final section explores what readers can do to help. Filled with guides, tips, and lessons in how to use your voice and change your habits, these pages help readers learn how they can make a difference.
With engaging text by Dr Jess French, presenter of Minibeast Adventure with Jess on CBeebies, and stunning artwork by Alexander Mostov, illustrator of D-Day: Untold Stories of the Normandy Landings Inspired by 20 Real-Life People, this book will teach readers young and old how to better protect and conserve our forests.
"What an inspirational book this is, packed with foliage facts and verdant images. There is extensive information on how readers can help save forests now, and in future." — Marianne Levy, The i Paper
Dr Jess French is a UK-based zoologist, vet, and children’s author. Her books include What a Waste published by DK in 2019, How to Help a Hedgehog and Protect a Polar Bear published by Nosy Crow in 2018, and Saving Species published by Wren & Rook in 2018.
Alexander Mostov is a Seattle-based illustrator whose work has been featured by Google, Facebook, and the Columbus Museum of Art. Previous books include D-Day: Untold Stories of the Normandy Landings Inspired by 20 Real-Life People published by Frances Lincoln Children’s Books, 2019.
"An inspiring read that will motivate a larger audience, including parents and teachers, to learn about keeping forests alive.”—Hilary Tufo, School Library Journal
—Kitty Flynn, The Horn Book Guide