Series

Mammal Mania
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By Lisa J. Amstutz

Trade Paper, EPUB, PDF, Mobipocket

Published Apr 2021

How big is a blue whale? Why does a sloth crawl from the safety of a tree to the ground once a week? How does a vampire bat feed? Young nature enthusiasts will find answers to these questions and learn all sorts of fascinating facts about mammals in this full-color, interactive book. Mammal Mania explores what makes mammals unique, as well as their anatomy, behavior, and conservation needs. Thirty hands-on activities promote observation and analysis, writing and drawing, math and science, and nature literacy skills. Readers will learn to build a squirrel feeder, write a putrid poem, make an animal tracking station, and much more. This useful resource includes a glossary of scientific terms, a list of mammal orders, and a teacher's guide to initiate classroom discussion.

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Young Naturalists

The Young Naturalists series provides kid-friendly introductions to zoology and botany for upper elementary and middle-grades readers. Lively, informative text and simple, safe experiments, art projects, games, and observation activities propel kids out the door and into the world of animals and plants found around the globe, at zoos and parks, in the neighborhood, and in their own backyard.