Elephants

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ABDO, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 34 pages
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Bold colors, easy-to-read text, and oversized, striking photos introduce young readers to the elephant! Readers will discover the elephant's unique body features, such as its multi-talented trunk. Also covered are the elephant's diet, social behavior, habitat, ways of communication, and threats to its survival. In addition, readers will learn about the life of a baby elephant, from calf to independence. Maps highlight elephant territory, fun facts appear throughout, and the book closes with a full page of kid-friendly elephant facts. This title will leave readers with a deeper appreciation of the continent of Africa and the incredible elephant! Features include a table of contents, fun facts, maps, a glossary with phonetic spellings, and an index.
 

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Contents

Amazing African Animals
Elephant Territory
Jambo Welcome to Africa
Take a Closer Look
Talented Trunks
Keeping Cool
Mealtime
Herd Life
Baby Elephants
Survivors
Masalala
Important Words
Index
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