Who am I? A Peek-Through-Pages Book of Endangered Animals by Tim Flach

Published by Thames and Hudson

Price    $24.99 NZ$29.99

ISBN 9781760760359

As we are overwhelmed with the news that there are more and more endangered animals in the world I wonder if we really know what they look like or how we can help them?

Who Am I? created by Tim Flach is a creative book that allows children to explore the world of endangered animals.

Each animal is described in easy to understand ‘who am I’ style clues alongside peek through pages that reveal parts of the animal.

Something that makes this book unique is the photography. Each animal has been exquisitely photographed either in sanctuaries or the wild and the eyes of each animal are hard to miss.

Some of these animals appear in a human like portrait style, bringing about more feeling to who these animals are and why we need to start to care more about them.

Tim Flach is a master photographer and author, capturing young children’s minds and hearts through curious clues and magical photography. At the end of the book there is also more information about each animal, where they live and how some humans are trying to raise them from the status of endangered.

This book has also been made in collaboration with Blackwell and Ruth, who have contributed over $5 million to non-profit organisations dedicated to social issues.

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Who Am I? A Peek-Through-Pages Book of Endangered Animals by Tim Flach

What can be done at home or in the classroom with this book?

Visual Literacy

How can pictures tell us more about an animal? Explore the focus on eyes in this picture book and why the animals have been photographed in this way.

Literacy

How are clues created? Explore how the clues have been written in this book and create some of your own.

Science & Sustainability

Explore the life cycles of these animals and how the destruction of their habitat effects this.

How can we reverse the damage caused to these animals? Explore what is being done now and what can be done.

How do we effect these animals? Are there things we do in our lives that effect how they survive?

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