An introduction to life in the two polar regions, this guide to the Arctic and Antarctic examines the natural habitats of animals through the incredible artwork of Robert Batemen. His rich and beautiful paintings and sketches pair with fascinating facts about the wolves, polar bears, whales, seals, penguins, and snow geese that live in the harsh and fragile landscapes. With information on climate, migration, and breeding, this important guide acts as a timely testament to the variety of life at each polar cap, urging young readers to protect the planet and the species that inhabit its icy ends.
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Robert Bateman is an internationally acclaimed wildlife artist and naturalist, a former high school geology teacher, and the author of The Art of Robert Batemen, An Artist in Nature, Backyard Birds, Birds of Prey, Natural Worlds, Safari, and The World of Robert Batemen. He lives in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia.