Rambam (Maimonides) teaches that one of the great foundations of Jewish spirituality is cultivating an appreciation for the wonders of Creation.
This richly illustrated big book of animal behavior allows kids to delve into the animal world like never before.
Animals live in hundreds of different ways, some of them quite extraordinary. Kids will learn how animals survive in a world where living is rarely easy. From birds and mammals to amphibians and insects, a large range of creatures are covered.
Through accessible explanations and hundreds of vibrant illustrations, budding zoologists will find out how animals care for their young, how they battle for life-either as predators or prey, and how they spend their lives-in groups, in partnerships, or alone.