Animal Faces at Night

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McGraw-Hill Children's Pub., 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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"Animal Faces" is a new series of books that captures the wonderful diversity of nature in the faces of animals. So much about an animal can be understood by looking at the characteristics of it's face—how it survives, how it sees, hears, tastes, and smells, how it stenches danger, how it communicates, and even how it attracts a mate or lures prey within striking distance.

The characteristics of each of the faces featured in this book help animals thrive in at night. Learn how the flightless kiwi uses its keen sense of smell to find its food on the dark forest floor, and how the aye-aye uses its large eyes and ears to search the trees for insect prey. The colorful, detailed, and accurate portraits of animal faces—big and small—give a new meaning to in-your-face artwork. Whether in the rain forest or a cave, in the ocean or the sky, "animal faces At Night" creates an amazing animal adventure you're sure to enjoy!

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Contents

AyeAye
16
House Mouse
24
Facts behind the Faces
30
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About the author (2003)

Camm is a gifted natural history artist who specializes in studying each species in its native environment.

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