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MAJESTIC MOUNTAINS - BOOK

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DESCRIPTION

Which animal lives on top of the Everest? Where can you spot the majestic condor? How does the ibex climb up rocks?

Mountains are home to 25% of terrestrial biodiversity and a multitude of fragile ecosystems. What if you could fly and discover those places and the incredible wild animals hidden at high altitude?

This large format book transports you to inaccessible places and helps you discover the incredible fauna that live in these mountains, volcanoes, hills or valleys. Throughout the book is a search and find counting game enabling you to spot bats ready to take flight, sloths hanging from branches, wallabies and their babies, and butterflies aplenty. 

16 regions from most continents are featured: Machu Pichu (Peru), Mount Everest (Asia), Mount Fuji (Japan), Yosemite (USA), Mount Mazama (USA), Chocolate Hills (Philippines), Mont Blanc (France), Zhangjiajie (China), Kilimanjaro (Tanzania), Arenal Volcano (Costa Rica), Altai Mountains (Kazakhstan), White Sands National Park (USA), Bungle (Australia), Monte Perdido (Spain), Landmannalaugar (Iceland). 

  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 28.45 x 1.02 x 35.56 cm

About the Authors

  • Mia Cassany - is editor, creative director, and founder of Mosquito Books. She is currently teaching at the master's degree in Illustration and Comic at the Elisava School in Barcelona and is a creative consultant for the publishing house The Story Tailors. She has written several successful books for children for Mosquito Books.
  • Marcos Navarro - (7.5 IG) is an illustrator and painter. His work was shortlisted for the World Illustration Awards in 2019. His clients include Adobe, Universal Music, Volcom. He recently has devoted his time to street art and his mural s can be found in Europe and in Portland (USA).