Humans and Animals: What We Have in Common

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Written by Pavla Hanáčková
Illustrated by Dasha Lebesheva
age 6-9

Book parameters:
Size 9 x 11 in | 36 pages | hardcover | 9788000063577 | $ 16.95

You might have more in common with an octopus rather than with your neighbor. Enter a world where we shine a light on the similarities between ourselves and other living beings. Like us, many animals learn and can use tools. They experience emotions, have friends and show their love for one another.

They can construct majestic buildings that provide shelter for many families. They can also communicate with their companions and do all kinds of different jobs. Do you know who we’re talking about? If you guessed humans, you are mistaken. No, in this case we’re talking about termites! Humans have much more in common with them and other creatures than it might seem at first glance. And that’s exactly what this book is about. Enter a world where we shine a light on the similarities between ourselves and other living beings. Like us, many animals learn and can use tools. They experience emotions, have friends, and show their love for one another. Open your mind and your heart, and learn to treat the living creatures around you with the respect and reverence they deserve. They have much to teach us!

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