High on a mist-wrapped mountain in China, a mother panda holds her newborn cub gently in her giant paw. Through the harsh winter and lush spring, she must protect and care for him while he grows and learns to walk, swim, climb and feed himself.
This is Book 4 in the Nature Storybooks Series. See all Nature Storybooks books here.
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Nick Dowson, now an English and Drama teacher, has worked as a bracken cutter, a graphic designer, and as one of the dynamite crew for a survey company. Nick lives with his partner in Suffolk.
Jane Chapman, who does all her painting in her kitchen and has a seventy-year-old tortoise (which is now a family heirloom!), is also the illustrator of the non-ficti
Yu Rong was born and raised in China. While training to become a primary school teacher she discovered her love for art, and later gained a BA degree in Decorative Art from Nanjing University. She worked as a computer designer, arts and crafts designer and children's book illustrator for five years before moving to England with her now husband. She then earnMore about Yu Rong