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Books with title Animalia

  • Animalia

    Graeme Base

    Hardcover (Harry N. Abrams, Sept. 20, 1993)
    A noted artist presents an imaginative, whimsical journey through the letters of the alphabet, in a beautifully illustrated book that introduces a menagerie of familiar and exotic creatures.
  • Animal!

    DK, Smithsonian Institution

    Hardcover (DK Children, Sept. 6, 2016)
    Take a walk on the wild side with this amazing animal encyclopedia for children. From anteaters to zebras and everything in between, the jaw-dropping, heart-stopping world of the animal kingdom is explored in unforgettable images and comprehensive detail. Knowledge Encyclopedia Animal! showcases the range of life soaring the skies, climbing the mountains, stalking the grasslands, and swimming the seas. All kinds of species are seen in spectacular 3D images, alongside accessible fact files and supporting information about biology, habitats, and ecosystems. This standout DK reference encompasses a whole history of evolution and extinction, the classification of animals, the reasons insects are the world’s most successful creatures, the threats facing endangered animals, and a complete timeline of life on Earth. This beautiful book brings the natural world into your home, sparking a love of animals in children that will last a lifetime. Our furry and feathered friends can’t wait to meet you!
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  • Animalia

    Graeme Base

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Oct. 1, 1996)
    “A delightful visual feast . . . The meticulous artistry is far-reaching in its innovation, detail, and humor.”—Publishers Weekly Within the page of this book You may discover, if you look Beyond the spell of written words A hidden land of beasts and birds . . . Animalia is a book like no other. Abounding with fanciful, gorgeously detailed art, it is an alphabet book, a guessing game, and a virtual feast for the eyes. Each page features one letter and images related to that letter—as well as a hidden picture of Graeme Base as a child! Animalia will entrance any child or adult who enters its fantastical world. “A tongue-twisting menagerie . . . [in] a perfectly delightful alphabet book.”—Charles Gibson, Good Morning America
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  • Animalia

    Graeme Base

    Hardcover (Harry N. Abrams, Sept. 15, 1987)
    More than three million copies of Animalia have been sold around the world, making Graeme Base’s amazing alliterative alphabet book one of the most beloved titles of the past quarter century. To celebrate thirty years, Abrams is proud to publish a special anniversary edition. Animalia’s incredible imaginary world intrigues all readers. Each page includes hidden objects and ideas: start with “A is for An Armoured Armadillo Avoiding an Angry Alligator” and you’ll find aprons, ants, aces, Atom-brand anchovies, and much more. The rest of the alphabet is just as much fun!
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  • Animalia

    Helen Barbara Berger

    Paperback (Celestial Arts, Oct. 1, 1999)
    Brief tales of wise and holy people who have lived gently with animals, from various countries and cultures, including tales of St. Francis, Buddha, and Siddhartha, and European and Oriental legends.
  • Animalia

    Helen Barbara Berger

    Paperback (Celestial Arts, Oct. 1, 1982)
    Brief tales of wise and holy people who have lived gently with animals, from various countries and cultures, including tales of St. Francis, Buddha, and Siddhartha, and European and Oriental legends.
  • Animalia

    Graeme Base

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2008-09-18, Sept. 18, 2008)
    An acclaimed artist presents an imaginative, whimsical journey through the letters of the alphabet in a masterfully illustrated volume that introduces a menagerie of familiar and exotic creatures. Reprint. 200,000 first printing. PW.
  • Animalium

    Jenny Broom, Katie Scott

    eBook (Big Picture Press, Dec. 28, 2017)
    Welcome to the museum! There are more than 160 animal specimens to bediscovered in Animalium, the first in a series of virtual museums. Wander thegalleries - open 365 days a year - and discover a collection of curated exhibits onevery page, accompanied by informative text. Each chapter features a differentbranch of the tree of life, from the simple sponge to the enormous elephant.
  • Animalia

    Graeme Base

    Hardcover (Scholastic Inc, Aug. 16, 1987)
    An acclaimed artist presents an imaginative, whimsical journey through the letters of the alphabet in a masterfully illustrated volume that introduces a menagerie of familiar and exotic creatures. Reprint. 200,000 first printing. PW.
  • Animalia

    Graeme Base

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Oct. 1, 1996)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Animalia is a vast puzzle, built with entrancing pictures that unfold into layers and layers of objects--all matched to each page's corresponding letter.
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  • Animalia

    Barbara Berger

    Hardcover (Celestial Arts, Aug. 16, 1982)
    "Breath, life and soul were known as 'anima' in Latin. Our word 'animal' comes from this. Legends tell of wise and holy people who have lived gently with Animalia, kingdom of the animals. They are saints and sages who belong to human spirit everywhere. These tales are bits of their old lore retold." This book contains thirteen small tales: Retold, handwritten and illuminated by Barbara Berger.
  • Animalia

    Graeme Base

    Hardcover (Harry N. Abrams, Sept. 15, 1987)
    An alphabet book with fantastic and detailed pictures, bearing such labels as "Lazy lions lounging in the local library."