Our Planet - Matt Whyman

Our Planet

By Matt Whyman

  • Release Date - Published: 2019-10-31
  • Book Genre: Science & Nature
  • Author: Matt Whyman
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The official children’s book to the Netflix original documentary series, Our Planet, with a foreword by Sir David Attenborough.

This glorious visual celebration of the natural world combines extraordinary photography from the series with stunning illustrations from acclaimed artist, Richard Jones. Lose yourself in icy landscapes, dense jungles and endless oceans. Learn how our fascinating habitats, and the plants and creatures living there, interconnect to create the one place we all call home – Our Planet.

This beautifully written and informative book for children has an uplifting message of hope that will strike a chord with all the family. The perfect gift for families the world over to treasure forever.

‘You will be among the next characters who can, if they wish, tell the most extraordinary story of all – how human beings in the twenty-first century came to their senses and started to protect Planet Earth’ Sir David Attenborough

About the author

Matt Whyman is a bestselling author who has written widely across a range of subjects. His latest work of non-fiction, The Unexpected Genius of Pigs, is published by HarperCollins. He is also an author for younger readers – under the pen name of Jack Carson. 

Matt is married with four children and lives in West Sussex, England.

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