Many: The Diversity of Life on Earth Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-01-11 
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" This could absolutely be used when beginning to explore the food chains and ecosystems. " said.

" Very colorful and busy...maybe a bit too busy for a children's picture book. " said.

" Stunning illustrations. This green message book combines interesting facts about wildlife and living organisms with our responsibility to preserve those living things. Children will love pointing out all the different animals and learning fun facts. " said.

" A simple book about the beauty and complexity of living things. Great illustrations and nonfiction tidbits. I enjoyed the message but I wish there was one additional page so that it didn't end on such a sad note. " said.

" Many explores how vast our living world is in simple prose. Woven within the text are various facts about life cycles, animal species, and animal discoveries. The book is great to teach students about citizenship and responsibility as it briefly explores the effects man has on other living things. . " said.

" This book is GORGEOUS! The illustrations have so many details you need several minutes to absorb everything on each page and take it all in. The message in the book is a simple one that really hits deep and will resonate with kids and adults. I checked this out of the public library, but will be purchasing a copy for myself. " said.

" I always thought it was wonderful to introduce my students to the idea of scientific identification, learning how the "Many" animals ended in the specific classification that each one did. I remember one time talking about ants, learning there are about 12,000 species of them on earth. Wow! This book introduces that concept so beautifully, beginning with one - girl, two - flower, three - ant, then MANY! Big and little, different and similar, Nicola Davies shares a few facts. For one "big" example, the text tells that there are two kinds of elephants and more than six hundred kinds of oak trees! She varies the look at habitats, too, showing deserts and islands, under feathers and in boiling volcanic lakes. There is a page that concerns the circle of life and the dependence on each other, including humans. And there is one poignant page of those species no longer here. Illustrations by Emily Sutton support the brief text with soft colors of living thing after living thing after living thing. There are MANY! " said.

" This could absolutely be used when beginning to explore the food chains and ecosystems. " said.

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