Urban Jungle published Oct 17 -

Mineva reads
"The idea is to inspire sightings and nature watching even in the most over-populated places on Earth. With a comprehensive index, and a huge number of experts who helped with the book listed at the back, this is a phenomenal piece of new non-fiction". NOV 17

Lancashire Post
"With fascinating facts and colourful creatures on every page, this is an exciting journey of animal discovery deep inside the world’s busiest cities". OCT 17

Library girl and Book boy
"Absolutely fascinating and fact-checked by local experts, this book is a must-have for any nature enthusiasts!" NOV 17
Red Reading Hub
"Children will love browsing its expansive pages, enjoying the portraits of the animal residents of each city, as well as discovering the fascinating facts about them". NOV 17
Childtastic Books

"This is a great way to find out about the many different animals that exist throughout the world in more urban environments and could also be a fun addition to a city break for young people – and their parents! Colourful, factual and engrossing".
"Kids will absolutely love this book, and hopefully it'll encourage them to look a little more closely at where they live. It's a fascinating book that you'll pore over for hours and hours".
"Urban Jungle definitely isn't just a book about animals; it's a brand new beast combining an Atlas with a natural history book..."

Chris Packham - TV broadcaster and Naturalist
"A fantastic fact filled and beautifully illustrated guide to the worlds cities wildlife by Vicky Woodgate  - full of fun and surprises"  source Twitter
The Week Junior - (Magazine) - Book of the Week
"Featuring lots of unusual creatures that might be quite new to you, this fascinating book offers a fresh look at wildlife from all over the world."

Guest Blogs and interviews

The Reading Zone

"Author and illustrator Vicky Woodgate has blogged for us, below, about how Urban Jungle was developed".

The Federation of Children's Book Groups

"Habitats - welcome to the urban jungle its closer than you think".

Make Art That Sells : Spotlight

An interview with Vicky Woodgate

The Literacy Trust
Words for Life - Q&A
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