By Steve Jenkins
How a lot do the entire bugs on the earth jointly weigh?
How a long way can animals travel?
Steve Jenkins solutions those questions and plenty of extra with numbers, photos, innovation, and authoritative technological know-how in his newest paintings of illustrated nonfiction. Jenkins layers his signature cut-paper illustrations along special effects and a textual content that's teeming with clean, unforeseen, and exact zoological info prepared for readers to simply consume. the extent of medical examine paired with Jenkins’ creativity and available infographics is unequalled and certain to wow fans previous and new.
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Animals by the Numbers: A Book of Infographics (Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12) by Steve Jenkins