All about Alligators

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Scholastic, May 1, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Part of a major reprinting of renowned naturalist Jim Arnosky's beloved All About series, All About Alligators is a thorough and colorful introduction to the world of alligators.

In Spring 08, Scholastic Nonfiction is relaunching Arnosky's treasured All About series with all-new paperback covers! In All About Alligators, Arnosky shows how these animals grow and live, answering kids' biggest questions about alligators, such as: Where do alligators live? What do alligators eat? How big do they get? What sounds do they make? And there's information about crocodiles, too! Packed with intriguing information and brought to life by Arnosky's vibrant watercolors, this book will fascinate young readers.

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User Review  - mferaci - LibraryThing

The title of All About Alligators explains exactly what the book is about. Arnosky writes the book to tell facts about alligators. He gives facts such as an alligator's habitat, their hunting style ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nicole129672 - LibraryThing

This book ansers questions about how alligators: live, eat, grow, the sounds they make, and much more! The book has fabulous illustrations that portray the actual sixes of things sucha as eggs as well! Read full review


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About the author (2008)

JIM ARNOSKY has written ninety-eight books about wildlife and nature for children, and has been awarded the American Association for the Advancement of Science Lifetime Achievement Award for excellence in science illustration. When he and his wife are not travelling and exploring nature, they live in Vermont.

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