Discovery Books: shortlisted for the Blue Peter Award
Discover the Savage World
Hundreds of powerful photographs and thousands of hard-hitting facts showcase our incredible planet and everything on it. Discover the Savage World gives core reference subjects a fierce twist. From natural disasters and deadly animals to brutal battles throughout history and explosive science, the action-packed text and awesome design concepts provide a thrilling reading experience. Published by Miles Kelly Publishing.
Discover the Awesome World
Discover the Awesome World, a bestselling Discovery Channel book, is bursting with jaw-dropping facts and out-of-this-world photos. Published by Miles Kelly Publishing.
Discover the Extreme World
"This exciting fact-filled book is vividly written, expertly researched and brilliantly designed and will keep children engrossed for hours." Blue Peter Books Awards. Discover the Extreme World focuses on the extremes of core reference subjects. From deadly animal battles and futuristic spy technology to super volcanoes and the coldest places in the Universe, the dramatic, action-packed text, astounding facts, thrilling photography and dynamic design concepts will inform and enthral. Published by Miles Kelly Publishing
Discover the Mega World
From prehistoric giants and super-sized space to mighty structures and mega cities, the action-packed text and innovative design concepts provide a thrilling reading experience. Discover the Mega World by Miles Kelly Publishing.
A best-selling series of books for Discovery Channel
Camilla de la Bedoyere has been writing for 20 years and has more than 200 books in print. She ranked number 373 in the list of UK libraries' most borrowed authors in 2014-15 and she is in the top one per cent of most borrowed PLR authors. Her books are sold worldwide and appear in at least 400 English-language editions alone. Most of Camilla's books are non-fiction and focus on the natural world, but she writes on many subjects and for both children and adults. She particularly enjoys writing creative non-fiction and writing fiction for young adults, especially those who struggle to read. Camilla's academic background is in the sciences and she is a Fellow of the Zoological Society of London. She has worked as a journalist (editing a children's page in a British Sunday paper for five years) and is a specialist reading teacher. Camilla also edits, writes learning materials, advises on the production of information leaflets and regularly reviews children's books. She lives in London and, whenever possible, travels to watch wildlife in action.