Alligators and Crocodiles: Hunters of the Night

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Enslow Publishers, Inc., Jun 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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As the sun goes down, alligators and crocodiles quietly swim in the water. These animals use their great sense of smell, hearing, and sight to hunt for food. With their huge mouths, they can eat small animals whole, without taking one bite! Author Elaine Landau tells the reader all about these scaly reptiles: how they are related, where they live, and what they eat.

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User Review  - DayehSensei - LibraryThing

The photographs and format of this book are very compelling- my three-year-old can't put it down! Divided into mini chapters addressing different aspects of crocodiles and alligators, this little book ... Read full review

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I bought it for my 7 year old grandson and its a little too advanced for him. I wish your details included what age group things were good for. Ive had this happen several times. Read full review

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Elaine Landau Elaine Landau has received her Bachelor's in English and Journalism and her Master's in Library and Information Sciences. She has written over 185 books, most of them non-fiction children's books on subjects such as earth science, planets, the supernatural, dinosaurs, ancient civilizations, ecology and contemporary issues. Landau's books have won the American Association for the Advancement of Science: "Science Books and Film" Best Children's Science Booklist, as well as The New York Public Library Books for the Teenage, the New Jersey Institute of Technology Award and VOYA's Nonfiction Honor List.

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