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The Most Disgusting Animals on the Planet
This title covers these subjects: Animals., Animal behavior., Animal defenses.
The Most Disgusting Animals on the Planet
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The Most Disgusting Animals on the Planet

There are many adorable and interesting animals on our planet. And there are some pretty disgusting ones too! Dung beetles eat the poop of other animals. Striped polecats smell worse than skunks! Horned lizards shoot blood out of their eyes. Let’s go on a journey to see some of the most stomach turning animals in the world!

Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 5-9
Lexile LevelIG780L
ATOS Level4.9
AR Points1
AR Quiz #149230
Early Intervention Level28
Text TypeInformational Text
Text SubtypeComparison
PublisherCapstone Press
Page Dimensions6" x 9"
Page Count48
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $32.65 School/Library Price

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Denton ISD, Texas - Wendy Marsh

"Perritano gives his mid-elementary aged readers enough information about habits and their purposes to make the reader squirm and shudder, or get the bobbily feeling goosebumps. Close up photography in the likes of mouth suckers, piggyback-poop, and human botflies add to the fun squeeminess found within the 45 pages. . . .Recommended for gross-out lovers everywhere." - Denton ISD, Texas

January 21, 2013

Library Media Connection - Carina Pierce, Teacher-Librarian, Cougar Mountain Middle School, Graham, Washing

"What middle school boy wouldn’t love learning about nasty sewer treatments plants, the disgusting housing arrangements of chickens, or a cave of bats that has guano 70 feet deep? The pages are a good mix of photos, scientific tidbits and vocabulary, and kid-friendly language. After reading this series kids will have a whole new appreciation for germs and bacteria or they will be our next generation of scientists and engineers. I don’t see a particular curricular use, but the entertainment value is high." - Library Media Connection

February 1, 2013