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Whose Tail Is This?: A Look at Tails - Swishing, Wiggling, and Rattling
This title covers these subjects: Tail., Balance., Animals.
Whose Tail Is This?: A Look at Tails - Swishing, Wiggling, and Rattling
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Whose Tail Is This?: A Look at Tails - Swishing, Wiggling, and Rattling

by Peg Hall
Illustrated by Ken Landmark

Examines a variety of animal tails, noting how they look different and function in different ways. Animals shown include a peacock, a monkey, a kangaroo, a humpback whale, a gecko lizard, a rattlesnake, and a sea horse.

 
Dewey591.47
  
Reading LevelGrades PreK-2
Interest LevelGrades PreK-2
GRLM
Lexile LevelAD 620L
ATOS Level3.1
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #66018
  
  
ISBN978-1-4048-8550-9
PublisherPicture Window Books
Copyright2003
  
Page Count24
LanguagesEnglish
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price
$39.99
 


 
 

Reviews

Science Books & Films, "November is Science Picture Book Month" - Terrence E. Young, Jr.

"A good book for the very young at story hour. Nice size, bright art, the tail only is shown on one page and the page is turned over for the answer. Fun facts accompany each of the seven animals. The end of the book has riddles about the information presented in the text." - Science Books & Films, "November is Science Picture Book Month"

November 1, 2012

Science Books & Films- American Association for the Advancement of Science

"A good book for the very young at story hour. Nice size, bright art, the tail only is shown on one page and the page is turned for the answer. Fun facts accompany each of the seven animals. A gecko lizard, whose tail breaks off in time of danger, can grow another in some months time but it might be crooked or a different color, or maybe even two! The end of the book has riddles about the information presented in the text. A list of fun facts, a glossary, a bibliography of books and Web sites, and an index! Other titles in series: Whose Ears Are These? Whose Eyes Are These? Whose Feet Are These? Whose Legs Are These? Whose Mouth Is This? Whose Nose Is This? Whose Skin Is This?" - Science Books & Films- American Association for the Advancement of Science

May 3, 2003

 

Awards

Science Books & Films

Outstanding Science Read-Alouds

February 1, 2003

 
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