Many: The Diversity of Life on Earth

Written by Nicola Davies, Illustrated by Emily Sutton

This book is filled with beautiful illustrations, interesting facts, and a message of conservation that many students will enjoy. This would make a great read aloud for Earth Day or animal lessons.

Review by Jessica Riggs, Robert Frost Elementary Media Center
Rating: ★★★★✩ (4 stars)
Interest Level: Grades K-3

The more we study the world around us, the more living things we discover every day. The planet is full of millions of species of plants, birds, animals, and microbes, and every single one — including us — is part of a big, beautiful, complicated pattern. When humans interfere with parts of the pattern, by polluting the air and oceans, taking too much from the sea, and cutting down too many forests, animals and plants begin to disappear. What sort of world would it be if it went from having many types of living things to having just one? –From the publisher

Many: The Diversity of Life on Earth
Written by Nicola Davies, Illustrated by Emily Sutton
Candlewick Press
40 pages
Release Date: November 7, 2017
A review copy was provided by the publisher.

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