Hide-and-Seek Science: Animal Camouflage

by Emma Stevenson

Synopsis: The stunning book looks at how animals use camouflage in seven distinct ecosystems spanning the globe: swamp (Florida Everglades), desert (Africa’s Sahara), rain forest (South American’s Amazon), deciduous forest (Europe), arctic (North America), and coral reef (Australia’s Great Barrier Reef). For each habitat. A lush full-page spread is followed by the key that explains how each animal uses camouflage and where it can be found in the preceding spread.

Published: August 2013 | ISBN-13: 978-0823422937 | Ages: 6-10 years

Mini-bio: Emma Stevenson studied Illustration at University College Falmouth in Cornwall, England. She graduated in the Summer of 2006. Emma specialises in Natural History Illustration, but only started painting wildlife in her final year at college. It was whilst on a college field trip to New York, just prior to graduation, she was offered her first book deal by Holiday House Inc. Emma has worked as a freelance Illustrator ever since. – Adapted from Herman Agency Inc

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