Fun, informative, young photographic non-fiction about animals with funny bums! A celebration of weird and wonderful bums! From the bombardier beetle's exploding backside to the sticky bottom of the sea cucumber, this collection presents a variety of fascinating rear ends in a funny, straightforward way, and introduces children to the concepts of survival, camouflage, environment and evolution. Mark Norman is a bestselling and multi award-winning author. Fact files included at back of book.
Mark Norman is Head of Sciences at Museum Victoria where he leads the large and active natural sciences research team. He is the author of many award-winning non-fiction books published by Black Dog Books. The most successful, The Penguin Book, has sold over 100,000 copies worldwide and won the CBCA Eve Pownall Award in 2006. Mark Norman's most recent title is Saving Tasmanian Devils, part of the Rare Earth series. Mark lives in Melbourne, Australia.