By David West
Introduces children to the anatomy of animals with cutaway illustrations
What wonders can you find out about the amazing world of mammals? See what a whale really looks like inside; find out how a cow makes milk and where elephants' babies grow, plus many more dazzling facts about the animal kingdom.
The Inside Animals series Introduces children to the anatomy of animals with cutaway illustrations, with the outer image followed by the inner image over the next page, so children can understand exactly how anatomy works. There is also a handy glossary at the back to explain key scientific terms in an accessible way.
Perfect for any curious 6-8 year old or budding scientist.
David West is a graphic designer, illustrator and author of children's information books. He has produced over 500 titles on subjects ranging from dinosaurs and mythology to technology and science. Some of his best known titles include Brain Surgery for Beginners, Fifty Three and a Half Things that Changed the World and Dinosaurs in My Street.
David went to art school in Kingston-upon-Thames and Harrow, where he specialised in information graphics. He lives in south west London with his wife, two sons, a cat and a goldfish who's over 14 years old.
When he's not illustrating, writing and designing he can be found fishing for salmon in Scottish rivers or painting portraits for fun.
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14 Mar 2019
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