How big is a giant squid's eye or the tooth of a great white shark? Amazing illustrations show you the actual sizes of all kinds of animals big and small.
The blobfish is known as the ugliest fish in the sea, and is not happy about it!
The tiger is just one of thousands of animals, including the ground iguana, the white-rumped vulture, and the partula snail, currently in danger of becoming extinct and joining the dodo, the marsupial wolf, the great auk, and countless others we will never see again.
Follow a chameleon as it catches food and faces danger during its day, in this picture book with photographs by Nic Bishop.
A collection of beautiful charcoal drawings highlights endangered animals.
Learn about adaptation from the animals themselves, as they humorously explain why they have particular features.
Highlights the activities of animals in the Sonoran Desert during one average 24-hour period. Part of a series about animals in different biomes.
Each letter of the alphabet is rendered with characteristics of endangered animals, from a Chinese alligator to a Grevy's Zebra.
What's the deadliest animal in Africa? It's not the lion or the crocodile--it's the hippopotamus! Hippos have razor-sharp tusks, weigh as much as fifty men, and can run twenty-five miles per hour! Follow these hefty hulks as they glide underwater, play tug-of-war, swat balls of dung at one another, and nuzzle their young in the mud. Just don't get too close--they could chomp you in two!
How do animal parents protect their young? What natural defenses are animals born with?
Describes how coral reefs form and discusses the plants and animals that live in them.
An adorable photo-essay that combines vivid images of the photogenic resident of Costa Rica’s Sloth sanctuary with lively information about baby sloths. Readers will want to chant the unofficial sloth motto: "Just chill."
Grades Pre-K - 2. On each double-page spread, four-line, zippy rhyming verses describe the different kinds of nests made by avian mamas (and papas), beautifully illustrated by the amazing Steve Jenkins who has created bold, intricate cut paper images to introduce a different bird's nest on each spread. In smaller text, a few sentences briefly describe each bird and its nesting habits.
Bundle up and find out what happens in a polar bear's world.
Explains how animals, birds, reptiles, and insects vary their markings and color to hide from their enemies and respond to their environment.
Describes various nocturnal animals and their nighttime activities, including the opossum, brown bat, and tree frog.
Can you find these creatures, hiding in plain sight?
Provides seven examples of animal poop and asks young readers to identify the animal it came from using visual clues.
Each letter of the alphabet is illustrated by a different group of animals, each with its own descriptive name.