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They slink. They slither. They may even stare with unblinking eyes. Reptiles send shivers up some people's spines. But reptiles might be the most misunderstood pets around. Invite young readers to take a look beyond a reptile's physical features and discover what it's like to see, smell, hear, and feel all from a reptile's point of view! Readers will discover how reptiles use a Jacobson's organ to smell, how they use their tails to defend against attacks, as well as quick facts about some reptile species commonly kept as pets.
They slink. They slither. They may even stare with unblinking eyes. Reptiles send shivers up some people's spines. But reptiles might be the most misunderstood ...
"This series describes popular types of pets from the animals’ point of view, using a conversational tone that will engage young readers. . . . A colorful layout combined with full-color photographs will appeal to young readers. . . .This informative series will encourage young readers to develop independent research skills as well as a sense of responsibility toward animals." - School Library Connection
May 1, 2016
"These informative books are narrated by a generic animal, though the first and last pages are written in the third person. Several of the eight chapters in each volume focus on the animal’s senses and communication, explaining topics such as why dogs sniff each other’s bottoms. . . .the focus on senses and communication sets this series apart. Solid contenders." - School Library Journal
November 1, 2015
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