Absolute Expert: Pandas: All the Latest Facts from the Field with National Geographic Explorer Mark Brody by Strother, Ruth

Absolute Expert: Pandas: All the Latest Facts from the Field with National Geographic Explorer Mark Brody

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From adorable giant panda cubs to saving bamboo forests in China, get the latest giant panda insights and intel straight from the field from National Geographic explorer and conservationist Marc Brody.

Ready to go on a search for giant pandas in mountainous bamboo forests? Travel to China to learn all about these black-and-white bears so YOU can become an absolute expert. Get up close with giant pandas in the wild and see where they make their home in the misty mountains. Learn about their bamboo diet and how they lumber through the mountains, searching for tasty bamboo shoots. Read about panda cubs and how their mothers take care of them. You'll learn about the giant panda's habitat and why preserving it is so vital for the panda's survival. On this journey to China's mountains, National Geographic Explorer Marc Brody will be your guide. He'll give you all the latest facts from the field and even share what it's like to put on a panda suit and hang out with furry panda cubs. You'll get to know these roly-poly bears in this cool book, filled with amazing images, special features, wacky trivia, and more.

Author: Ruth Strother
Publisher: National Geographic Kids
Published: 08/20/2019
Pages: 112
Binding Type: Hardcover
Series: Absolute Expert
Weight: 1.00lbs
Size: 9.20h x 7.30w x 0.60d
ISBN: 9781426334313
Audience: Ages 9-12

Review Citation(s):
School Library Journal 08/01/2019 pg. 89

About the Author
RUTH STROTHER is an experienced author and editor who has developed dozens of books about home improvement, pet care, cooking, and children's literature.

MARC BRODY is a National Geographic grantee and conservationist who has worked for 20 years to conserve giant panda habitat in southwest China. Brody founded Panda Mountain to inspire and teach people how they can take direct action to save endangered animals through the ecological restoration of degraded habitat and ecosystems. When not helping giant pandas, he is actively restoring an oak savanna and upland prairie on his 100-plus-acre property in rural Wisconsin.