Steve Jenkins introduces readers to some of the most powerful predators in history, from the Tyrannosaurus rex to the African lion.
Describes Cecil the lion's rise to power at the Hwange National Park, from his struggles as a cub and alliance with rival Jericho to his untimely death that shocked the world.
Describes the cheetah's essential role in the ecosystem and the ways in which Namibia's Cheetah Conservation Fund is promoting cohabitation between cheetahs and farmers.
This illustrated picture book explores the many ways in which birds, lizards, sloths, insects, wombats, and other animals use poop--their own or that of other animals.
Grades 2 - 5
While creatures around them have gone extinct, and new ones have evolved beside them, these six animals, including the horseshoe crab, the Hula painted frog, and the dragonfly, have survived over millions of years.
Highlights the work scientists are doing to protect the manatee, an endangered species.
Such animals as quolls and pademelons live on the continent of Australia, along with kangaroos, koalas, and many other marsupials. Bishop introduces the beauty and diversity of these amazing animals.
This is the true story of an orphaned hippopotamus in Kenya, and the 130-year-old giant tortoise who befriended him.
A combined history of the Puerto Rican parrot and the island of Puerto Rico, highlighting current efforts to save the Puerto Rican parrot by protecting and managing this endangered species.
Grades 1 - 4
Turns out that in nature, the pink creatures aren't necessarily cuddly and sweet. Meet 17 of some of the strangest critters ever, like the naked mole rat and the pinktoe tarantula - and they're all pink.
This is both a biography of the famed zoologist and chimpanzee conservationist, Jane Goodall, and a look at the chimpanzees she studies and what her work has taught the world.