Magic Skeleton Book: Discover Hidden Worlds

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 12 pages
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Nature has lots of hidden wonders, from wasps' nests tucked in hollow tree trunks to ant colonies built in mounds on the ground. Join a class of kids as they walk through a big park and find wonderful things happening everywhere. The tabs help uncover it all. Does the pond look empty? Give a pull and suddenly the water teems with life: mussels, stickleback fish, a great diving beetle, a swimming frog, mosquito larvae, newts, and flora. Look closely: busy beavers are building their dam; and there are the ventilation shaft, food store, living chamber, and below-the-waterline entrance. Science has never been so entertaining.

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About the author (2005)

Janet Sacks has written many children's' books and has edited magazines for young readers in the U.K. She specializes in nonfiction subjects. Her accessible style and skill at simplifying information while keeping it accurate makes her nonfiction and reference articles enjoyable for readers of all ages. She lives in West London with her husband and twin daughters.

Author Jan Smith enjoys the time she spends at her home in Panama City Beach and is proud of the community and its history. Thanks to the tremendous outpouring of local support from people such as Bay County librarian.

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