Tiger (Young Zoologist) - Neon Squid - Neon Squid
Format: Hardback
Age Range: 5–8
Book Size: 220mm x 187mm
ISBN: 9781838993252
Pages: 32
Publication Date: 11 January 2024
Price: £7.99

Tiger (Young Zoologist)

A First Field Guide to the Big Cat with the Stripes

A beautifully illustrated guide to tigers from big cat expert Samantha Helle.

You might know that tigers are the largest of the big cats, but there’s so much more to learn about these incredible predators! Discover why tigers have stripes, what makes them stick out their tongue, and how they can survive in habitats ranging from snowy Siberia to the tropical rainforest of Indonesia. You’ll also discover what it takes to become a tiger zoologist – including learning how to track a tiger using its paw prints! Filled with simple science and plenty of animal facts, this book also looks at the conservation challenges these iconic animals face.

Tiger (Young Zoologist) is part of an exciting series of collectable animal books from Neon Squid aiming to inspire the next generation of biologists and conservationists.

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Author & Illustrator

Samantha Helle is a wildlife conservationist who works closely with local communities in Nepal to study and protect tigers. She is also a science communicator who founded the non-profit organization Project Conservation, which supports people and projects on the frontlines of global conservation.

Sally Agar is a freelance illustrator based in North Yorkshire, UK. She loves texture, detail, and working with rich vibrant colours. Sally’s work is inspired by her love of folktale and the natural world. In her spare time, she loves making art with her young son, rambling around on the North York Moors and getting stuck into a good book.

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