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Adventures on Earth

Simon Tyler

Pavilion Children’s

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ISBN: 9781843654278

Price: £12.99

Publication date: 26 September 2019

ISBN: 9781843654636

ASIN: B07YYC3YL4

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Publication date: 10 October 2019

Category: Non-Fiction

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Graphic illustrator Simon Tyler explores the extremes of our planet – and the people who venture there – in his bold and colourful style

Following on from the magnificent Adventures in Space, comes a compendium on a topic closer to home – our planet, the Earth. Learn about the highest and deepest, hottest and coldest places on Earth – travel to the extremes of our environment. Discover the world’s most wild terrain – deserts, mountains, volcanoes, rivers, jungles, oceans, the polar regions and more – as well as the animals that live there and the people who have explored them. Find out how these regions are under threat from global warming and other issues, and learn what we can do to conserve them.

Bursting with information and illustrated in bold and colourful graphics, this book will grab the attention of all avid explorers – big and small.

ABOUT THE Author

Simon Tyler is a designer, illustrator and writer based in St Leonards-on-Sea. His work has featured in The Times, The Telegraph, Daily Mail, The Guardian, The Independent, Elle Decoration, It’s Nice That, and others. He runs Atomic Printworks, which is reinventing the educational poster for the 21st century.

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'This is a wonderful information book which examines the world’s most extreme environments… Special mention must go to the illustrations throughout the book. The versatile talent of Simon Tyler is displayed by his use of the map to outline the great maritime expeditions… on eye-catching double page spreads… this books is ideal both for projects and for pupils looking to explore the wild places of our planet.'

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'An invitation to celebrate the fascinating world of exploration … This is a book that takes you to the highest and deepest, hottest and coldest places on Earth, igniting the imagination and urging you to explore further, to question, and to appreciate the majesty of the most extreme places on this planet.'

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