The first in a series of illustrated books covering animals of the world, ‘Wild Animals of the North‘ is a sumptuous, in-depth introduction to a plethora of animals, native to the northern hemisphere.
A designer’s dream or indeed anyone with an eye for art, this hefty book will be highly sought after by adults and children alike.
With an almost vintage-tinged palette, coupled with contemporary, clean, geometric shapes, this makes for an enticing piece of non-fiction and a truly valuable resource for any bookshelf, classroom or library.
Dieter Braun takes us on an exciting adventure through countries and continents in search of the world’s most incredible animals.
Not only do we discover a wealth of wildlife, we also take a subtle, almost unknowing, geographical lesson along the way.
Moving on to Europe, where there are a whole new set of animals to learn about, including the nocturnal Barn Owl and the regal White Swan.
Accompanied by breathtaking, earthy-toned illustrations and sparse white pages with consolidated text, any child would enjoy flicking through this illustrated encyclopedia of animals from far and wide.
Fun facts, statistics and punchy descriptions all add to the desirability of the latest quality offering from Flying Eye Books.
Some animals you will undoubtedly know, others you may never even heard of, either way you won’t fail to be delighted by this deluxe, design-led publication.