Baboon's new home is the zoo. Read how he makes new friends.
In a question and answer format Meish Goldish introduces beavers, their physical characteristics, habits, and habitat. Also discusses other rodents such as pocket gophers, kangaroo rats, rats, mice, lemmings, and woodchucks.
Are all blackbirds black? What is the difference between a Blue Jay and a Blue Bird? Which bird signs all night as well as in the day? Which bird can imitate other birds' songs? Find out the answers to these and other questions about songbirds, the little singers in your back yard.
Is a Jack Rabbit a true rabbit? What is a Pika? What is the largest kind of wild rabbit? Find out the answers to these and many more questions as you explore the world of rabbits and their relatives in this fun and easy to read book.
A neighborhood unites to create a community garden on an empty lot, then must fight to keep it when the owners of the lot want to build a parking lot.
What makes each Giraffe different? What kind of animal makes a heart print when they walk? What is the difference between deers and antelope? Find out the answers to these and many more questions in this fascinating book about the hoofed mammals of the world.
Amphibiana Little NEWTS Get ready to meet some colorful little creatures--but don't get too close. Some newts have skin covered with poisonous mucus. The slimy goo helps them stay alive in two important ways. It keeps enemies from grabbing and eating them. At the same time, it helps keep their bodies from drying out. Look inside to find out more about the world of newts. As you do, you'll discover where the water-loving animals live, other ways they stay safe, and the kinds of surprising changes they go through as they grow from tiny eggs to slippery, slimy adults. Amazing Water Frogs Slimy Salamanders Leaping Ground Frogs Tricky Tree Frogs Little Newts Warty Toads
Presents information about the physical characteristics, habits, and behavior of salmon and such related fish as eels, flounder, swordfish, and piranhas.
Questions and answers provide information about a variety of bugs, including the stink bug, harlequin bug, and giant water bug.
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