All the Way Down: Amazon Rainforest
By Alex Woolf (Author), Isobel Lundie (Illustrator)
Amazon Rainforest explores the different layers of the world's largest rainforest, from the birds and flying insects that live in the canopy to the creepy-crawlies, reptiles, and fish that lurk in the lower depths and the streams and rivers. The book also explores how the Amazon rainforest is endangered by issues including deforestation, pollution, and climate change, raising young readers' awareness of conservation and environmental issues.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Alex Woolf studied history at Essex University in England. He is the author of many books for children on science topics, including previous titles in the bestselling You Wouldn't Want To... and Science Of series.
Isobel Lundie is an illustrator and designer. She graduated from Kingston University with first-class honors in illustration and animation. Since graduating, Isobel has specialized in children's publishing and has made books for Salariya Book Company, Usborne, Random House, DK, and The Good Book Company. She uses a wide variety of materials such as collage papers, pencil, ink, and digital media.