A fact-filled visual treat for wildlife fans, features eighty superb full-colour photographs.
Elephants, Steve Bloom’s latest photographic exploit, explores the fascinatingly intimate lives of these majestic creatures in their natural habitat. Bloom offers the reader an insight into elephants and the natural world in general, with 80 images spanning five chapters of breath-taking wildlife photography, examining areas from their daily routines to their relationships with humans.
Ever wondered how much elephants eat, or why they roll in mud? The book’s introduction by children’s author David Henry Wilson tells you all you need to know about the animal in a child-friendly, super-informative way. Entertaining and dramatic, Elephants also has an educational aspect and will be highly popular with all wildlife enthusiasts.
– Thames & Hudson
Published August 17