Animal Adaptations: Unique Body Parts

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Animal Adaptations: Unique Body Parts

Written by Radka Píro
Illustrated by Lida Larina
age 6-9

Book parameters:
8.7 x 8.7 in | 20 pages | fold-out pages with cut-outs | hardcover | 9788000061337 | $14.95 | Pub date November 2, 2021

This playful series introduces children to various evolutionary traits that have helped animals adapt to their environment or way of life.

Why does a peacock have such extravagant tail feathers? Why do crocodiles have eyes on the top of their heads? Which animal is a master of camouflage? And who has legs not made for walking? Discover the coolest animal anatomy tricks! Thanks to the fun layout with cut-outs, at first only a part of the animal’s body is revealed on the page. Will the young reader be able to tell which animal that mouth, skin, or eye belongs to? All you have to do is open up the page and the animal appears in all its glory and the child learns why the animal looks the way it does. So let’s get started!

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