Animal books are in continuous demand, but it is a challenge to craft a concept that goes beyond the standard descriptive mode.
This series highlights the work in categories - similar to those that apply to the human animal - that animals do in their habitats to live and reproduce admits the challenges provided by climate and human intrusion.
Titles in the series:
Adobe Shelters to Steel Skyscrapers: A Timeline of Building
Counting Pebbles to Writing Code: A Timeline of Mathematics and Computers
Foraging to Supermarkets: A Timeline of Food
Hieroglyphics to Hypertext: A Timeline of Written Word
Leeches to Lasers: A Timeline of Medicine
Smoke Signals to Smartphones: A Timeline of Long-Distance Communication
Stargazing to Space Travel: A Timeline of Space Exploration
Wooden Spears to Military Drones: A Timeline of Warfare
Explores amazing animal behaviours and emphasise the parallels between animal lives and human lives to prompt higher-order thinking in students.
Offers a compare and contrast approach to understanding how animals respond to common challenges and the need to survive.