Education: Wildlife Frozen in Time; BOOK REVIEWS
s WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR BBC Worldwide, pounds 25
PHOTOGRAPHY and wildlife fans look forward to this annual event as we are given a feast of fantastic photographs taken from all across the globe.
Organised by BBC Wildlife Magazine and the Natural History Museum, the annual competition aims to find the best in amateur and professional photography. And it always comes up trumps. This year's cover image is a stunning close-up of the face of a pelican in which the bird seems to be looking straight at you.
And within the covers, picture after picture will delight, amaze and inspire readers. All aspects of nature are featured from fluorescent jelly fish to racing cheetahs and resting butterflies to mischievous monkeys.
Overall winner is Gerhard Schulz whose image of a gorilla being watched by a boy interplays the mesmerised expression of the child with the almost human concentration of the gorilla.
s WHY MEN LIE AND WOMEN CRY by Allan and Barbara Pease Orion, pounds 7.99
IN the Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus mode, the Pease here offer their insights into the difference between the sexes. …