Reino Fungi

By Octavia Mosciatti
Illustrated by Loreto Salinas

Deep exploration: talks from its basic structure to its role in ecology,food, medicine and more.

Enjoyable and accessible: the writing is clear, enjoyable and accessible to young readers,
making complex topics understandable.

lovely illustrations: visually stunning full of color and detail, which
facilitates understanding and stimulates the imagination.

Scientific communication: large amount of educational information, it is a tool
invaluable for learning about nature and the Fungi Kingdom. 

Contemporary: addresses topics such as biodiversity, sustainability and the future of our planet.

Inspiration for exploration: serves as an invitation to active exploration of the
natural world that surrounds us.

This book is a gateway to the incredible Fungi Kingdom. They are not plants, they are not animals, they have their own kingdom.

With a clear and enveloping text, it introduces and explains step by step what fungi are, why they are important, what functions they perform on earth, how they have accompanied life since its beginnings and continue to sustain it to this day. He talks about everything from antibiotics to biomaterials and how they have contributed to development by helping human beings. He also shows the leading role they have in ecosystems with nutrients and water, playing a fundamental ecological function in decomposition.

The text guides readers through the structure, diversity, and functions of fungi, from their underground roots to their mysterious above-ground forms. Beautiful illustrations bring each page to life, transporting readers to a world of fascinating colors and details. With relevant and current information on the ecological and practical importance of fungi, this book is an invaluable tool for anyone interested in science, ecology and adventure. It is very important to learn more about this kingdom that is so intertwined with life and about which we know so little.


Recommended for 8 to 12 years
Binding: Hardcover
Size: 28x21,5cm
Pages: 56
Vintage: 2024
ISBN: 978-956-364-346-6
Book printed on FSC Mixed paper

Also available in ebook