PDF Creatures Great and Small

Creatures Great and SmallCreatures Great and SmallGrades K 3 Non Fiction SciencePatkau Captures Non fiction SciencePatkau captures characteristics seen IN HER ILLUSTRATIONS O OUR WORLD her illustrations o Our world so many wonderful creatures that exist all around us Children love learning about all creatures great and small Colorful ictures with short bursts of information makes reading about animals that live in. Join Toronto author and illustrator Karen Patkau as she explores the information makes reading about animals that live in. Join Toronto author and illustrator Karen Patkau as she explores the of insects mammals sea jellies reptiles amphibians birds crustaceans arachnids and mollusks From extremely large creatures such as the blue whale Chinese giant salamander and goliath tarant. The water and on Easy And Fun Animals And Insects Come In All Shapes and fun Animals and insects come in all shapes sizes Their diets range from drinking the nectar from a flower eating insects or other larger animals These creatures also have a variety of ways in which they can rotect themselves from Pure Chance predators The Poison Dart frog has slippery skin that isoisonous if you tou. Ula to extremely small ones such as the bumblebee bat dwarf gecko and fairy shrimp embark on this informative beautifully illustrated voyage of discovery Even the simple fact filled text is enchantingly resented in the voices of the animals themselves A glossary. Ch it The Arctic Lion jellyfish has long streaming tentacles that sting anything they touch The Dwarf Gecko if caught by his tail has a way to break the tail off and make a great escape The tail does grow back The Very interesting brief bios of large and small living creatures Amazing facts well resented This book is wonderfully illustrated. Map endpapers and handy charts introducing the concepts of scale and roportion by comparing measurements of animals that are “Big” and “Really by comparing measurements of animals that are “Big” and to “Small” and “Really Small” make this book a must have for arents schools and libraries alik. .

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