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- In books, TV shows and even an annual sloth calendar, Lucy Cooke shares unexpected truths about animals. Why you should listen Lucy Cooke is a New York Times best-selling author, award-winning documentary producer, presenter and National Geographic explorer with a master's in zoology from Oxford University.
- Why do you think the speaker in Christmas sparrow feels the bird for the rest of the day The bird has made an impact on the speakers imagination In lines 4-6 the sloth reinforces the idea that the sloth.
Product Code: SW-SLOTHSPK
This cute animal-shaped Bluetooth speaker is pocket sized and ultra-portable. What this little guy lacks in size he makes up for in a powerful 2W sound. Just connect him to your Bluetooth device and play your favourite tracks for up 4 hours before needing to re-charge the battery. Micro USB cable included. The built-in microphone allows you to make and receive calls, while the power button doubles up as a shutter remote so you can take selfies from a distance.
- Bluetooth speaker with wrist lanyard.
- Power: 2W.
- Built-in microphone.
- Play time: 3-4 hours from full charge.
- Micro USB cable (included).
- Power button is also a shutter remote for taking selfies.
- Multiple characters available.
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|EAN or Barcode||:||5060613313770|
|Item Weight in KG||:||0.038|
|Carton Weight in KG||:||5.7|
|Carton Dimensions||:||49.7 x 31.3 x 33.4cm|
|Minimum Order quantity||:||6|
|Mains Adapter Included||:||No|
Why you should listen
Lucy Cooke is a New York Times best-selling author, award-winning documentary producer, presenter and National Geographic explorer with a master's in zoology from Oxford University. She is a passionate conservationist and champion of animal species that are often misunderstood. Her style is immersive, journalistic and unashamedly populist, mixing expert storytelling with a dash of humor to reach the widest possible audience. She began her presenting career hosting Freaks and Creeps for National Geographic, a show about strange species that get overlooked in favor of charismatic megafauna, and has hosted numerous shows for the BBC.
Cooke has a particular soft spot for sloths and founded the Sloth Appreciation Society to promote a greater understanding of their lazy lifestyle. She has produced a number of iconic viral sloth videos, Meet the Sloths, an award-winning international series for Animal Planet, two best-selling books -- A Little Book of SlothandLife in the Sloth Lane -- and an annual calendar featuring her sloth photographs.
Cooke's latest book, The Truth About Animals, was shortlisted for the prestigious Royal Society prize and the AAAS young adult science prize. Nature calls it a 'deeply researched, sassily written history of the biggest misconceptions, mistakes and myths we've concocted about the animal kingdom, spread by figures from Aristotle to Walt Disney.'