A lift-the-flap book to explore the urban wildlife hidden around us!
How much do we know about our non-human neighbours? When we talk about city animals, we often think of cats and dogs. But there are other species that live alongside us in the hidden corners of towns and cities.
Our neighbourhoods are full of wild animals, animals of every kind! Some of them can be found in parks and gardens, but others find shelter in the buildings or at home.
With this amazing lift-the-flap book, the little explorers will be able to play I Spy… And discover the secret lives of 20 extraordinary creatures that share our cities.
Shall we go for a walk? Don’t forget the explorer’s kit! Take out the binoculars, lift the flaps and find out where wild animals live. When you turn the page, you will find detailed information on each species.
Wild in the City
by Teresa Franquesa. Illustrated by Pep Montserrat
23 × 23 cm | 24 pages | Hardcover with flaps | Ages 4+
Publication: February 2022
TERESA FRANQUESA is the Director of Sustainability at Barcelona City Council.
Being one of the pioneers in environmental education in Catalonia, she has developed several popular EE and ESD projects, including the Education, Interpretation and Volunteering Plan for Collserola Natural Park; the Habitat EE Activity Guide, the School Ecoaudit Guide, and the Barcelona flagship ESD programme, Agenda 21 Escolar, which has received the UN-Habitat Dubai International Award for Best Practices 2011. This program was created and developed in the framework of the Barcelona Local A21, which she coordinates since 2000. Teresa Franquesa has a PhD in Ecology and a Master of Coaching and Leadership.
Artist based in Barcelona mostly working on children books and editorial since 1988, but also teaching illustration in La Massana Arts & Design school since 1998.