Rewilding: Bringing Wildlife Back Where It Belongs
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About the Author
David A. Steen is a wildlife scientist and conservation biologist. He's also a science communicator--Slate Magazine described him as "The best biologist on Twitter." Steen founded The Alongside Wildlife Foundation, which suggests better ways humans can live alongside animals. He is also the author of The Secret of Snakes.Chiara Fedele is a multi-award-winning illustrator from Milan, who has won the prestigious Italian Children's Literature Prize. She has a degree in illustration from La Scuola del Fumetto and uses a combination of traditional styles and digital work. Fedele works for publishers all around the world, and also provides illustrated storyboards for advertising companies and filmmakers. Her work includes Jason G. Duesing's The Moon Speaks and Audre Ades's The Rabbi and the Reverend.
"A book worth returning to multiple times. A fascinating primer on the intricacies of ecosystems." -- Kirkus, starred review"This informative, colourful hardback takes a detailed look inside the rewilding process, giving a whistle-stop tour of reintroduction projects around the globe and telling inspiring stories of wildlife brought back from the brink." -- BBC Wildlife
"This comprehensive overview gives a brief introduction to the topic before focusing on a wide range of rewilding projects, from working with condors in California to beavers in England to Kihansi spray toads in Tanzania... well designed and thought-provoking." -- Booklist "For seven- or eight-and-up, a down-to-earth guide with a clear and hopeful message: humans have damaged the natural world, but with care, time and resources, we can make amends." -- Children's Book of the Month, The Guardian "A fascinating exploration of ecological restoration, perfectly pitched for children." -- JUNO Magazine
"This book is an excellent addition to any classroom or library and would be a fantastic supplement to science curriculum or further reading." -- Children's Literature