The Big Book of Belonging is for all the children who like to climb trees, run barefoot, splash in paddles, search for bugs, sing with the birds, taste snowflakes and count the stars. By placing children at the heart of the natural world, the book celebrates our connection with planet Earth and reveals the often surprising similarities between humans, animals and plants.
Packed with quirky natural history facts, readers will discover that sea otters hold hands just like humans do; hermit crabs have homes; and butterflies have bedtimes. Just as humans have unique fingerprints, zebras have different stripes, cowrie shells have distinct spots and no two snowflakes are identical.
The book’s uplifting message will inspire environmentalists young and old alike – we all belong to nature, and nature belongs to us all.
Check out Yuval Zommer’s The Big Book Of The Blue, The Big Book Of Blooms, The Big Book Of Beasts and The Big Book of Bugs, too.