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Louise Spilsbury - Extreme Life Cycles - 9781445145266 - V9781445145266
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Extreme Life Cycles

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Description for Extreme Life Cycles Hardcover. Examines nature at its most ruthless, exploring the extremeties life will go to in order to survive Series: Savage Nature. Num Pages: 48 pages. BIC Classification: 4KHJ; 4KHN; 5AJ; YNN. Category: (J) Children / Juvenile. Dimension: 254 x 203. .
Every living thing on Earth is part of a life cycle: the journey from emerging as a new organism, through the stages of growth and development, to becoming an adult that can reproduce new organisms of the same type. The journey is full of big challenges, and this book explores the extreme tactics some organisms use to make sure their life cycles succeed. From a zombie ant fungus to tapeworms that live in intestines, this book is full of fascinating, gory and extreme information. The Savage Nature series explores life science and life on Earth at its ... Read more

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Hachette Children's Group United Kingdom
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About Louise Spilsbury
Louise Spilsbury is a prolific children's book author. She has written titles on almost every subject, from science and geography through to world affairs, social issues, art, history, and literacy. Louise is married to the author Richard Spilsbury and has two children. She lives and works in Devon.

Reviews for Extreme Life Cycles
There are some fascinating creatures here and some quite amazing facts
some of them quite grisly in their detail, which will appeal to children ... The series offers high-interest, engaging information, fascinating fact boxes ad an in-depth exploration of the most exciting aspects of science
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Children will no doubt delight in the sometimes grisly ... Read more

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