Skunks

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Kids Can Press, Mar 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
2 Reviews
The stinky way skunks defend themselves is just one of 14 topics in this clearly written book. Kids find out why skunks are black and white, where they live, how they raise their young, how they hunt and much more. The easy-to-read text and accurate, detailed illustrations of the Kids Can Press Wildlife Series provide a perfect learning resource for young children and satisfy their curiosity about these often misunderstood animals. Did you know? *As a final warning, a spotted skunk will stand on its front paws before spraying. *Some skunks will eat snakes -- even poisonous ones! *Newborn skunks, or kits, are so small that you could fit two in the palm of your hand. *Skunks help people by eating animals that can be pests, such as rats and mice.

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User Review  - Jdonldsn - LibraryThing

Take a look at this overlooked creature and learn how valuable it is to our environment. With intriguing pictures and interesting facts, kids will find a new respect for the villainized skunk ... Read full review

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User Review  - John Mcgoldrick - Goodreads

Fantastic book about one of nature's least appreciated creatures. Read full review

Contents

Skunks
4
Skunk food 1
18
Words to know
31
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About the author (2006)

Adrienne Mason is an educator and author whose books include Owls, Snakes, Move It! and Touch It! She lives in Tofino, British Columbia.

Nancy Gray Ogle is an avid naturalist, art teacher and nature illustrator. She lives in Muskoka, Ontario.

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