Wild City travels the globe, exploring how animals have adapted to live alongside humans, in busy cities including New York, Rio de Janeiro, Berlin, Stockholm, London, Alexandria, Singapore, and Mumbai. Discover hawks by a world-famous shopping street, snakes slithering through city sewers, and penguins waiting patiently to cross the road. Feature spreads take a closer look at the animals, showing how some wander in plain sight while others hide away in our homes, and we meet wildlife heroes from around the world--ordinary people doing extraordinary things to make our wild neighbours feel welcome.
Factual Had really nice pics and lots of animals I could learn about. I would recommend it.
King Pudsey Chocolate-mousse 03.09.2021
I think this is a really good book. I loved all the animal facts and information. I would recommend this book to all animal lovers.
Principal Fifi Sunshine 02.09.2021
Awesome and amazing
Fairy Mistral Owl 22.08.2021
This book was very interesting. I liked all facts about where animals live in cities. I would recommend this book if you like animals.
Viscountess Bubbles Pawprint 16.08.2021
I think it is like a encyclopaedia. It is so interesting because it tell you all the animals that share the city spaces. I will recommend it to someone who loves animals.
Queen Angora Heronimus 12.08.2021
Wild City travels the globe, exploring how animals have adapted to live alongside humans, in busy cities including New York, Rio de Janeiro, Berlin, Stockholm, London, Alexandria, Singapore, and Mumbai.
Marshal Tulip Borchester-Smythe 09.08.2021
I like this book because I saw a cute chipmunk.
Lord Bart Mozzarella 07.08.2021
It was interesting. All the animals were separated in places around the world. I would reccomend this to animal lovers. My favourite page was Tokyo.
Chief Catapult Fink 06.08.2021
My favourite character is a sea lion and it’s full of information but it is too long.
Director Majorca Glitterball 05.08.2021
A very interesting book to read, as it described so many different varieties of species and the obscure facts that make them all so unique from each other. There was a lot of information to take in, however I enjoyed how the book travelled around the world, looking at famous (as well as some more unknown) cities, as well as the various efforts being made by people from across the globe to protect these species, their habitats and increase biodiversity. I would recommend the book to older children, especially to those interested in both wildlife and conservation efforts.
Really nice book because this book is a really good book to read for a nature lover.
Judge Chester Astronomical 23.07.2021