- ISBN 9780500650554
- 29.00 x 25.00 cm
- 80 Illustrations, 80 in colour
- First published 2015
• Why do elephants flap their ears?
• How much do they eat?
• Why do they roll in the mud?
Here you will discover everything about elephants’ trunks, tusks and tails, their family and friends, what they do from dawn to dusk, and the special relationships between elephants and humans and elephants and other animals.
Eighty stunning photographs and an entertaining text capture every aspect of this wonderful creature’s life and world.
‘Beautiful, dramatic and poignant in equal measures’– Mumsnet
‘A charming book … jam-packed full of interesting facts … it really is one of those books the whole family can enjoy’ – Mummyfever.co.uk
Steve Bloom is a world-renowned and award-winning photographer, whose publications include My Big Cats Journal, My Favourite Animal Families and My Polar Animals Journal, all published by Thames & Hudson. See Steve Bloom's own website here
'… one of the world’s great documenters of nature’ – Digital SLR User
David Henry Wilson, who wrote the text, is a prolific author, translator and playwright. Among his works are an array of children’s books, including the popular Jeremy James series, and a number of plays.