4 edition of Animal tails found in the catalog.
Introduces, in simple text and photographs, the tails belonging to a mosquito larva, lemur, guppy, tadpole, pig, earwig, and chameleon.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 23) and index.
|Statement||by David M. Schwartz ; photographs by Dwight Kuhn|
|Series||Look once, look again, Springboards into science series|
|Contributions||Kuhn, Dwight, ill|
|LC Classifications||QL950.6 .S36 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||99018606|
The Jungly Tails book is full of differently textured animal tails so children can feel the difference as they learn about different animals. The book has no hard or sharp corners and /5(25). Some tails, such as scorpion tails, have venom in them, while other tails, such as porcupine and rattlesnake tails, send visual and acoustic warnings. Fun, easy experiments illustrate the ways animal tails work, and tail tricks and trivia will amaze family and friends. Includes a glossary and index.
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Get this from a library. Animal tails. [Beth Fielding] -- Explores the morphology and behavior of animal tails. Includes a range of taxa, including mammals, fish, reptiles, birds, insects, and bacteria.
"There are almost as many types of tails as there. The publisher is William R. Parks: "Animal Tails" is a lively rhyming book that will delight young children with guessing games and adorable animals.
Kids will engage critical thinking as they playfully make predictions about tails of many textures, patterns, shapes, and : The 'For Creative Minds' section in the back of the book gives readers the chance to match animals with their tails, and gives detailed descriptions of physical and behavioral adaptations of tails.
Animal Tails is a Fall release by Arbordale Publishing. Book by Katherine Applegate Read by Jodi Carrigan Through reading and hands-on exploration, this lesson explores the similarities and differences between humans and gorillas. The activity is hands.
A fun song for children to learn animals. Sing along and guess animals by their tail. Download the "Whose Tail" guessing game app from the Apple App Store: h. Jellycat Board Book If I Were a Rabbit Grey. $ → Jellycat Board Book If I Were a Rabbit Pink.
We handpicked this because tactile reading encourages language skills, imagination development, and builds strong relationships between parents and kids early on. Your little reader will learn about animals from the jungle, the farm, and even prehistoric times with these fuzzy and scrunchy books that are meant to be played with just as much as they are to be read.
Deer use their tails as flags to warn others of danger. Beavers do this as well, plus they use their wide tails to steer, store fat, and balance. Everyone knows that a skunk’s lifted tail is a sign of imminent trouble, and the prehensile tails of opossums help them grasp tree branches.
When it’s cold, a fox uses its bushy tail as a blanket. "Tails" is a book about the Human-Animal Bond. This amazing and sometimes mysterious attraction we have for those four-legged companions we affectionately call our pets - stories that bring both tears and laughter, but always a deep joy that comes from welcoming them into our human families.
Bourbon Tails: The Dogs of Bourbon Country is a photographic book featuring dogs in Kentucky bourbon distilleries. It is the perfect gift for anyone who loves dogs and love bourbon.
The book also contains dog themed bourbon cocktail recipes from the distilleries. Proceeds benefit the Kentucky Huma.ANIMAL TAILS: VULTURE VERSES. PreK – 2nd grade.
This book and lesson explore the idea that all animals are important, even the ones we might think are creepy or scary.Apparently tails are not just for wagging when happy. Following Animal Eyes, Animal Mouths (NSTA/CBC Outstanding Trade Science Award), and Animal Legs, Mary Holland continues her Animal Anatomy and Adaptations series by exploring the many ways animals use their tails.