100 Facts Penguins is bursting with incredible images, fun activities and exactly 100 awesome facts. Children will learn everything they need to know about these fascinating birds. 100 Facts Penguins includes key topics about the icy world of penguins in easily-digestible, numbered facts. Every page is covered in amazing illustrations and photographs that clarify difficult points for children. This interesting penguin book for children aged 6+ is perfect for the classroom and home. Essential topics covered in 100 Facts Penguins: The whole family from the smallest species to the Emperor penguin Living in temperatures below zero Penguin predators and human contact in Antarctica Examples of 'I don't believe it' fascinating facts: Penguins have excellent vision and can swim to depths where there is little or no light. Adelie penguin parents sometimes have to travel up to 120 kilometres in search of food to feed their chicks. A male Emperor penguin goes without food for up to 115 days while it courts, mates, incubates its egg and looks after its chick. During this time it can lose up to one-third of its body weight! Activities to make learning accessible and interactive include: Quiz question: Skuas eat penguin eggs. True or false? Penguins can't fly, but many other unusual animals can. Do some research to find out more about this list Quiz question: Where do Yellow-eyed penguins live? Author: Camilla de la Bedoyere Consultant: Steve Parker Pages: 48 Age: 6+ Dimensions: 9 X 12 Format: Paperback with holographic foil ISBN: 9781848101036
African penguins, also known as black-footed penguins, are a species of seabird that many dedicated people are working to protect. Readers are introduced to one of the leading penguin-protecting organizations in South Africa: the Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds. As they learn about the work this organization does to rescue and care for penguins, they learn fascinating facts about penguins through engaging text and fact boxes. Full-color photographs of penguins and the workers who care for them allow readers to see for themselves how much work goes into protecting penguins.
Different animals live together in different ways. In this book, readers find out how penguins form rookeries and work together to find food and raise young. The book also explores how other birds, such as puffins and social weavers, live in groups.
"Penguins: 100 Amazing Penguin Facts with Quiz Q & A & Pictures for kids "- a fun and fascinating way for young readers to find out more about some of the world's cutest animals. This informative book includes brilliant and well-chosen Q & A to help children learn more about Penguins. Children will learn everything they need to know about these fascinating bird Penguin. Take the quiz and find out what makes penguins unique members of the animal kingdom. This Penguins Quiz Q & A book will cover some interesting insights about Penguins, where penguins live, the true reason they have that tuxedo look, how they survive such extreme weather conditions, the many different species of penguins such as the emperor penguin, the blue penguin, the Chin strap penguins and much more. The whole family from the smallest species to the Emperor penguin living in temperatures below zero. All about the Smallest, Fastest, Tallest, how they communicate, when they discovered- bits of information which can touch the kid's inquisitive mind.
Table of Contents Introduction Penguins About Penguins Penguins’ Feathers How Penguins Hunt For Food Why Preening is Important Caring For Their Young Penguin Groups Emperor Penguins – Aptenodytes Group King Penguin – Aptenodytes Group Gentoo Penguins – Pygoscelis Group Adelie Penguin – Pygoscelis Group Chinstrap Penguins – Pygoscelis Group Rockhopper – Eudyptes Group Erect Crested Penguins – Eudyptes Group Fiordland Penguins – Eudyptes Group Macaroni Penguins – Eudyptes Group Royal Penguin – Eudyptes Group Snares – Eudyptes Group Humboldt Penguins – Spheniscus Group African Penguins – Spheniscus Group Magellanic Penguins – Spheniscus Group Galápagos Penguins – Spheniscus Group Yellow-eyed Penguin – Megadyptes Group Penguin – Eudyptula Group Fun Facts about Penguins Polar Bears About Polar Bears Polar Bears What Polar Bears Do How Polar Bears Communicate Baby Polar Bears Polar Bear Facts Where to Polar Bears Live Arctic Polar Bears Why are the Polar Bears Endangered What Polar Bears Eat Habitat of Polar Bears Other Names for Polar Bears Puffins What is a puffin? What kinds of puffins are there? The history of puffins and humans Atlantic puffin Tufted puffin Horned puffin Rhinoceros auklet A little more about puffins Seals What is a seal? What kinds of seals are there? Where did seals come from? The history of seals and humans Walruses Elephant Seals Sea lions Fur Seals A little more on seals Walruses Information on Walruses Information on Walruses Facts about Walruses Pacific Walruses Pacific Walruses Arctic Walruses Baby Walruses How Walruses Communicate Walruses’ Habitat Walruses’ Diet Where Do Walruses Come From? Seals and Walruses Life in the Herd Walrus Features Walruses and Humans Migration Living in Cold Water Walruses Are Endangered Conclusion Publisher Introduction The poles can be found on the very top of the Earth and on the very bottom. The coldest temperatures on Earth are recorded here, the coldest ever being -129.3°F (-89.6°C)! Over 70% of all the fresh water on Earth is frozen in Antarctic. Since these places are so cold and harsh the animals that live there have had to make some adaptations in order to survive. Let's read about some of these amazing animals.
Penguin's bestselling Penguin Book of Facts is the most comprehensive, authoritative and up-to-date general fact book available. Organized in thematic sections that cover topics as diverse as science and technology, sport and culture, religion and mythology, it is easy to navigate and great value for money. The first edition has sold almost 15,000 copies and has proved a huge hit, especially among crossword solvers, students and editors. An essential desk reference.
Pandas are irresistible and people think they know a lot about them. But only the true panda expert knows: -The age of a panda can be determined by measuring the distance between its nipples -In Egyptian hieroglyphics, the panda symbol means "notwithstanding" -Prince's song "Purple Rain" was inspired by the mixed emotions he feels about pandas Smart, funny, and chock-full of panda pictures, 100 Facts About Pandas will astonish and entertain both animal lovers and everyone who laughed their way through The Book of Bunny Suicides and F U, Penguin.
Discover some fascinating trivia in this compilation of 1000 fun facts from the worlds of science, literature, history, entertainment and more. This book reveals facts you may never have heard of before such as: which is the most ‘stolen’ book in the world, how can one marry a dead person, and how did the word ‘dude’ originate?
Table of Contents Introduction About Penguins Penguins' Feathers How Penguins Hunt For Food Why Preening is Important Caring For Their Young Penguin Groups Emperor Penguins King Penguin Gentoo Penguins Adelie Penguin Chinstrap Penguins Rockhopper Erect Crested Penguins Fiordland Penguins Macaroni Penguins Royal Penguin Snares Penguins Humboldt Penguins African Penguins Magellanic Penguins Galapagos Penguins Yellow-eyed Penguins Fairy Penguin Fun Facts About Penguins Read More Amazing Animal Books Publisher Introduction Not all penguins are black and white. Some penguins weigh 100 pounds, others weigh only 2 pounds. All penguins are unable to fly."