Learn all about life in the desert with this nature-themed installment of DK Books’ new educational fiction series for children aged 7 to 9 years old.
Meet the Secret Explorers - a band of brainiac kids from all around the world, here to take young readers on a series of fact-filled fictional adventures! Each with their own specialty, from outer space to dinosaurs, these young globetrotters will teach kids that learning can be fun, encouraging them to become experts in something they love.
In this story, Leah the biology explorer and Connor the marine expert set off into the Mexican desert. There, they have to rescue a pack of wolf cubs while avoiding dust storms! The gripping narrative is filled with scientific facts as the explorers navigate the desert and come across different species and habitats.
This epic adventure is packed with:
- Fun facts and beautiful illustrations of the desert. - Informative diagrams to make science and nature seem simple. - A summary of all the scientific discoveries made throughout the story. - Quizzes, mission notes, and a glossary of definitions making it the perfect classroom read.
The Secret Explorers and the Desert Disappearance by SJ King is the perfect gift for children who are interested in all things nature, with information about plants and animals that will stretch the wildest of imaginations.
Never miss a mission!
A total of 12 different books, The Secret Explorer series is both educational and imaginative, combining exciting stories with real-life facts.
Embark on a space mission adventure in The Secret Explorers and the Comet Collision. Travel back in time to save a dinosaur egg from destruction in The Secret Explorers and the Jurassic Rescue. Take part in a volcano rescue in The Secret Explorers and the Smoking Volcano. Then travel to the arctic for a rescue mission in Secret Explorers and the Missing Scientist.
Whatever your preferred topic, there’s a mission waiting for you!
About the Author
SJ King loves museums, libraries, and building machines from scrap. King can usually be found exploring—from investigating tiny bugs, to trekking up enormous mountains.