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Wild Animals Book by Anita Ganeri (Farsi)
Geography with all the gritty bits left in! A fantastic new edition to the Horrible Geography range, a series of pocket-sized colour books with durable, wipe-clean plastic covers. From sharks to snakes, Wild Animals is a guide to surviving when nature turns nasty.
Anita Ganeri (born 1961) is an Indian author of the award-winning series Horrible Geography and many other non-fiction books for children. Ganeri was born in Calcutta, India and her family emigrated to England when she was a baby. She boarded at Stamford High School, and graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in French/German and Indian Studies. Ganeri worked in publishing for several years – first as a foreign rights manager for Walker, and later as an editor at Usborne – before becoming a freelance writer. Her first published book was a Ladybird book on ‘how things work’. In total, she has written over 600 non-fiction books, at a rate of 15-20 per year. Her work on the Horrible Geography series led to her becoming a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Paperback|
|Persian Title||کتاب حیوانات وحشی اثر آنیتا گانری|