by Charles Hope
- Shortlisted, CBCA Eve Pownall Award
Antarctica is nearly twice the size of Australia. It is the coldest, driest and windiest of all the continents. It has about 90 per cent of the Earth’s ice and plays a major role in our weather.
Despite the harsh landscape, Antarctica is home to the most amazing animal, plant and fungal life, not to mention the scientific researchers who live there.
Scientists from around the world live and work in Antarctica to better understand the future of our planet.
If you have always wanted to visit Antarctica, this is your chance.
Key curriculum topics covered in the most fascinating way.
Excellent teacher support material and classroom ideas available to download.
Format 300mm x 240mm + flexicover
Photographic junior non-fiction
Category: Antarctica, continent, history, animals, ecology, conservation, general knowledge