Author(s): John Nicholson
This well illustrated book shows how clever are the architects and engineers of the animal world. They make tunnels, weave waterproof homes, bore into wood and mould clay into skyscrapers or many chambered constructions. We also learn how animals adjust for temperature and comfort, make boltholes for times of danger , and store food for their offspring.
a must for libraries and a delight for all budding naturalists,' David Beagley in Bendigo Advertisera visual delight' www.aussiereviews.com.John Nicholson is without peer as a maker of information books for young people.' Mike Suttleworth, The Ageimmensely readable and attractive to a wide range of readers An excellent package of information.' Reading TimeVol 47 No 4 Nov 2003