How Animals Eat

 
Pamela Hickman
Pat Stephens
 

What would it be like to catch your food with your tongue? A chameleon knows. Do you carry stones in your stomach to help grind up your food? That's what a crocodile does. Get ready to meet some amazing animals and find out how they eat and drink in this Level 3 first reader.

978-1-55453-032-8 | Feb 1, 2007
List Price: USD $3.95, CAD $5.95
4-color 6 x 9 32 pages
Grades: 1 To 3 / Ages: 6 to 8

Educational Resources

K
2
Non-Conforming
810L
LG
3.8

Awards & Reviews

“Aimed at recently literate young naturalists, this gallery of animal mouths, tongues, and teeth makes the connection between diet and dentifrice, while introduction a light load of special terminology like “scavenger” and “chameleon.”... Stephens's accurate color illustrations offer rousing close-ups...and other memorable enticements to linger over the simple, three-or-four-sentence-per-page text.”
— Kirkus Reviews, February 2007

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