The Woodland Trust: Into The Forest 
The world is rich with marvellous forests and amazing communities of plants, animals, fungi and minute creatures that populate them. Learn all about the woods, experience each sound and smell and explore all the hidey-holes and cosy dens of its dwellers with this big and beautiful book all about forests, published in partnership with The Woodland Trust, the largest woodland conservation charity in the UK. Marvel at the peaceful twilight of the deciduous forest, where birds gather twigs, bats shelter in tree trunks and the carpet of fallen leaves becomes small creatures' homes. Spot a bald eagle soaring high up in the winter sky through the towering green giants of the redwood forest. Discover all the noises in the Amazonian rainforest, where most creatures live in the tree canopy together, creating a symphony of sounds. Each forest has something special to offer and is invaluable. Into the Forest is a celebration of trees and wildlife all around the world. Children will find out how trees change colour through seasons, how to plant their own trees and the importance of protecting our forests through sustainability. At the end of the book there's a glossary, full of fun trees with surprising names! AUTHOR: Christiane Dorion was born in Quebec City, Canada. After completing her PhD in Environmental Education, she coordinated the Primary Education programme at WWF-UK. She works with Forum for the Future, a non-profit organisation for sustainable development. Through her books, Christiane aims to inspire children to take positive action to protect our planet for future generations. Jane McGuinness recently completed an MA in Children's Book Illustration at Cambridge School of Art. Having grown up in Scotland, wildlife and nature are a key focus in Jane's work. In 2016, she was awarded the Sebastian Walker Prize for illustration.