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Onze planeet : het enige thuis dat we hebben

Matt Whyman (author), David Attenborough (author of introduction), Richard Jones (illustrator)

Onze planeet : het enige thuis dat we hebben

Matt Whyman (author), David Attenborough (author of introduction), Richard Jones (illustrator)
Target audience:
9-11 years and up
Onze planeet is een reis rond de wereld met fotomateriaal en illustraties in prachtig vormgegeven pagina’s. Het brengt je van de geïsoleerde wildernis op de Noordpool naar de verbazingwekkende jungles van Zuid-Amerika en de immense Afrikaanse landschappen. Je leert over de unieke habitats van onze planeet en over zijn vele bijzondere bewoners. 'Onze planeet' is het wonderlijke verhaal over die
Title
Onze planeet : het enige thuis dat we hebben / geschreven door Matt Whyman ; voorwoord door David Attenborough ; ill. door Richard Jones ; advies door Colin Butfield
Author
Matt Whyman
Author of introduction
David Attenborough
Illustrator
Richard Jones
Collaborator
Colin Butfield
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Our planet : the one place we all call home
Publisher
Amsterdam: HarperCollins, 2019
93 p. : ill.
ISBN
9789402704488 (hardback)

About Matt Whyman

Matt Whyman is a British novelist, also known for his work as an advice columnist for numerous teenage magazines.

Biography

Born in 1969, Matt Whyman grew up in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, and has an MA from the UEA Creative Writing course (1992) taught by Sir Malcolm Bradbury and Rose Tremain. He has written widely for all ages across a range of subjects in fiction and non-fiction, notably Boy Kills Man (2004), a critically acclaimed story of Colombian child assassins which is published in translation around the world, the bestselling comic memoir Walking With Sausage Dogs (2011) and The Unexpected Genius of Pigs (2018).

In 1995, Whyman became the first male advice columnist for 19 magazine. He went on to hold a 10-year residency as AOL UK's online agony uncle, and for 18 years at Bliss Magazine from 1996 until its closure in 2014. He has created many national health awareness campaigns for BBC Radio …Read more on Wikipedia