Albino Animals

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Millbrook Press, Jan 1, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 72 pages
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Presents information on and photographs of albinism in organisms ranging from plants to humans, and includes references to named individuals such as Ghost Boy, the albino koala.
 

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User Review  - vadnama - LibraryThing

Photos accompany information about each of the albino animals presented in this book. Since they are so rare, most of the information is presented as case studies. Side boxes provide additional facts ... Read full review

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This book is not a typical "feel good" one, but it provides interesting and great insight on what albinsm is. Engaging and the cover is eye-catching, though a bit scary. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
4
Reptiles And Amphibians
7
Sea Mammals
19
Small Land Mammals
27
Large Land Mammals
39
Fish and Shellfish
49
Birds
55
The Rarest Of The Rare
63
From The Author
66
Glossary
68
Bibliography
70
Back Flap
73
Back Cover
74
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Kelly Milner halls is the author of more than twenty acclaimed books for children. She has also written articles for numerous publications, including Teen People, Highlights for Children, the Chicago Tribune, and the Washington Post. Kelly Milner Halls lives in Spokane, Washington.

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