"When you look out into your yard or gaze around in a city park, wildlife abounds. Slugs, snails, bugs and birds all have fascinating abilities. Dr. Ann Squire, an animal behaviorist, has provided answers to common questions such as: "Why do ducks preen their feathers?", "Do all bees sting?", and "How long do squirrels live?" and the like. This is a readable and easily-understood text, and makes for a handy quick-reference for science classrooms, homes, and those curious insatiable kids." - Children's Literature.
For ages 9 to 12.
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(From the Non-Fiction Books shelf.)