WILD SUMMER

Subtitle Life in the Heat

Sean Taylor, Alex Morss
Price $19.99
Description Description

In this follow-up to Winter Sleep and Busy Spring, Wild Summer explores nature in summer.

The beautifully-told story follows a young girl and her naturalist grandpa as they walk down a wild path towards the coast. They spot amazing plants and animals. She is enchanted by the vibrancy of life around her, but asks: “Do plants and animals want summer to last forever?”

Young curiosity is combined with old wisdom in a nature-filled adventure showing a touching relationship between grandfather and grandchild. He teaches her about challenges facing the natural world around her, as we explore a meadow, stream, heathland, fire-charred pine wood, fossil rich cliffs, rocky cove and ocean life.

Filled with fascinating facts and stunning illustrations, the books in this series encourage children to discover more about nature and the seasons. Also available from this series are Winter Sleep and Busy Spring,

 

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Format:
Format Juvenile - Hardcover 32 Pages
ISBN:
ISBN 9780711269743
Size:
Size9.00 in x 11.40 in / 228.60 mm x 289.56 mm
Published:
Published Date July 19th, 2022
Sean Taylor

Sean Taylor is an award-winning author of over 50 books for young readers of many different ages. As well as writing, he has many years’ experience visiting schools, where he works with poetry and storytelling to encourage young people to write themselves. He lives with his wife and two sons in Bristol. seantaylorstories.com

Alex Morss
Alex Morss is an ecologist, science journalist, educator, and author. She has worked in publishing for 20+ years and in ecology for 10+ years, and spent many more as a naturalist exploring the tree of life.
Cinyee Chiu

Cinyee Chiu is originally from Taiwan, now traveling around the world. She got her illustration MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art. She’s always happy
to try new things. The idea is to make things pretty, playful, and exciting.

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