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The Rangers’ Code

• A fun and educational guide aimed at young readers (8+)
• A richly illustrated book, with more than 150 photos and dozens of original illustrations
• The official tie-in book of the major new family TV programme about to be broadcast the world over

The Rangers’ Code
Type
Licences
Word count
44000
All rights available

The essential guide for every budding adventurer with a passion for the wild

A book that entertains and educates both young and old about the fragile ecological balance of Africa’s flora and fauna. It offers advice on how to preserve nature reserves and provides a guide on how to survive in the savannah. All this plus a wealth of information on wild animals.

Monkeys, birds, large mammals or tiny insects – you will soon know all their secrets! Their social life, eating habits, how they reproduce, hunting grounds, predators, tracks and camouflage – all will be revealed. The reader will also be treated to a host of astonishing but true anecdotes.

Young adventurers will get lots of useful advice laced with plenty of humour: how to make a paw print mould, how to pack your backpack, how to track an animal, how to find your way without a compass, how to build a hut, how to escape from a lion, a hippo or a crocodile…

Youngsters will also find out all about topical issues such as poaching and threatened, vulnerable, and critically endangered species.

 

 

• A fun and educational guide aimed at young readers (8+)
• A richly illustrated book, with more than 150 photos and dozens of original illustrations
• The official tie-in book of the major new family TV programme about to be broadcast the world over