Kingfisher Young Knowledge:Reptiles

Kingfisher Young Knowledge

Belinda Weber

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Reptiles introduces readers to the huge range of reptiles that live both on land and in water. These animals come in all shapes and sizes, and many have unusual talents. Children will be amazed to find out why snakes swallow their meals whole, why geckos have to lick their eyes, and how chameleons catch insects with their tongues. The vivid microphotography and splashy illustrations take readers up close and personal with these slippery, slithery animal favorites!

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Children's Literature
Spectacular, close-up photographs are rich, appealing, clearly descriptive, and also well positioned on the pages. Colors are crisp and bright. This vividly presented book will definitely appeal to the reptile lover.
 

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Belinda Weber

Belinda Weber is an author and editor and has written many children's books about natural history, science, and history including including The Kingfisher Children's Atlas, The Best Book of Nighttime Animals, and Kingfisher Young Knowledge: Reptiles. She has a lifelong interest in wildlife and the environment and previously directed the Adopt an Animal fundraising program for the Zoological Society of London.

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Kingfisher Young Knowledge:Reptiles
Belinda Weber

Paper Over Board

Paper Over Board
Kingfisher
October 2006
Paper Over Board
ISBN: 9780753459829
ISBN10: 0753459825
Picture Book Nonfiction
10 1/10 x 7 9/10 inches, 48 pages
Age Range: 5 to 8
Grade Range: k to 3
$9.95
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