Book Trailer PREMIERE! ANTEATERS, BATS & BOAS by Roxie Munro

KidLit TV is proud to premiere the book trailer for
Anteaters, Bats & Boas:
The Amazon Rainforest from the Forest Floor to the Treetops!

Written and illustrated by Roxie Munro

Anteaters, Bats u0026 Boas: The Amazon Rainforest from the Forest Floor to the Treetops

Macaws squawk, snakes coil, and monkeys swing. Follow true-to-size rain forest animals as they journey through a noisy, colorful ecosystem like no other on Earth.

Bright, realistic illustrations of a busy Amazon rain forest depict a plethora of creatures, all drawn to size, going about their daily lives, from a family of three-toed sloths to a foldout of an anteater. Accompanying the rich artwork are descriptions of the animals that reveal their habits and relationship to this vital habitat. All the spreads fit together into a panorama of all four layers of an Amazonian rainforest. A key that shows how the pages smartly fit together so that readers can retrace their journey is also included.

Over half the world’s plant and animal species live in tropical rain forests such as the Amazon. Protecting rain forests from the devastating effects of logging, mining, and climate change is essential to ensure the survival of so many fascinating creatures. A description of the four layers of the rainforest, an index, a map of rainforests worldwide, and a section on protecting rain forests are included. Budding conservationists will love immersing themselves in one of the most biodiverse places on the planet.

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Kid Lit TV Commenter Muriel Feldshuh

WOW! How exciting! Another soon to be released book by Roxie Munro. I have so many of her books on my bookshelves and just can’t wait to add this one. Her research is thorough and the absolutely beautiful illustrations…so detailed. I look forward to my own copy and sharing several with children. Remember that Picture Books are good for any age as we learn from them. Thanks Roxie and Thanks for sharing this with us.


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