Animals in Their Homes

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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A gorgeously illustrated book, two fold-out posters, four sheets of stickers, and a puzzle will all entice children to come along on a wildlife expedition into the dwellings of various creatures. Thanks to the beautifully rendered paintings, kids will be able to visit--and take a close look at--animal homes that lie deep underground, up high in the trees, and by the river’s edge. Travel through the mole’s labyrinth-like tunnels and dig into the rabbit’s burrow. Snuggle into the fox’s cozy den, and climb into birds’ and squirrels’ nests. Wander along the water’s edge to find a beaver’s lodge or otter’s bed, and watch turtle, hermit crab, and snail carry their homes wherever they go. The stickers and other cool activities keep the fun going!

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