Cheetahs for Kids
Beth is a lucky 11-year old who travels to Africa with her parents to see this fascinating member of the cat family. This book is part of a series that weaves natural history and life cycle information into an entertaining story for children. Each book provides a foundation on which a child can build a factual, positive image of the animal or species in the story.
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70 miles Africa animals baby breath bush camouflage cat family chase cheetah cubs cheetah family cheetah's sharp chirping sound claws climb trees crouched cubs follow cubs stay eyes face feed feet female cheetah female's fluffy front legs going golden grass grip the ground hiding place high speed illustrated by John impalas John F Kids by Winnie Kids ISBN kill lair leaped leave leopards lions live and hunt look Male cheetahs McGee miles per hour minute months old mother cheetah muscles nearby NORTHWORD PRESS open plains pads play play-fight pouncing predators prey protect purr race rest running scent Serengeti sharp teeth sitting sleek slowly moved Sometimes Soon speed of 70 spine spots square miles steal stripes strong Suddenly tail tall termite mound thick thin tough turned watching whiskers white tip WILDLIFE Winnie MacPherson illustrated young male