Myths and Stereotypes about Animals
Size 215 × 280 mm | 36 pages | hardbinding
Complex Chinese, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Korean for Korea, French, Slovene, Portuguese for Europe, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Spanish, Thai, English for North America
Is What They Tell Us True?
Fox = cunning thief. Bear = menace of the forest. Ostrich = coward with his head in the sand. We’re sure you know other such comparisons – and we intend to show you that there may not truth in them … That cute little bat has no intention of feeding on human blood. That poor little black cat, crossing the road, won’t bring any bad luck. And who’s to say that a “dirty” rat can’t be your best friend? Come with us on a trip through the natural world, and learn that not everything is as black and white as it may appear at first! Together, we’ll succeed in overturning many long-established false notions.