What Are You Doing Today, Mother Nature? is an illustrated children's collection of fascinating stories from nature which show the changing of the seasons all around the world.
This exquisitely illustrated treasury of narrative non fiction stories about the natural world, organised season by season and around the world, shows children the infinite beauty and variety of nature in every part of the planet.
Arranged around the full cycle of a calendar year, each month chapter features four stories each from a different part of the world to show that while somewhere it is hot summer, somewhere else is in the middle of winter, while some are dry and others are rainy. 48 story spreads tell fascinating single stories of animals and nature from each month of the year, showing how the changing of the seasons takes place around the world, promoting an international sense of the weather, seasons and cycles of nature from very big, to ever-so-small.
This captivating book will transport readers across the globe, teaching them about the different kinds of weather and wildlife all across the planet.
Lucy Brownridge is an author and editor of childrens books based in London. She writes books for children about history of art, history, animals and science. She has an MA in history of art from the Courtauld Institute of Art and a BA in history of art from the University of Bristol.
Wide Eyed Editions
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