Plants & Animals

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Quill Driver Books, Aug 1, 2007 - Nature - 96 pages
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"Plants & Animals" is a special collection from the World of Wonder series. World of Wonder is a weekly, illustrated full-page feature syndicated in over 100 newspapers nationwide. Devoted to exploring educational themes and examining the realms of history, science, nature, and technology, it is written in a reader-friendly style and accompanied by colorful illustrations. This collection gives the reader a wealth of information on everything from Angkor to Dracula, from the Florida Everglades to elephants.
 

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Contents

Animal Homes
1
Anteaters Armadillos and Sloths
2
Bats
3
Bears
4
Beetles
5
Big Cats
6
Biodiversity
7
Bugs
8
Night Creatures
44
Oceans
45
Night Hunters
49
Pandas
50
Parrots
51
Peguins
52
The Rise of Mammals
53
Prehistoric Oceans
54

Cactuses
9
Camels
10
Hungry Plants
11
The Domestic Cat
12
Conifers
13
Crocodiles
14
Deserts
15
Dinosaurs
16
The Rise of Dinosaurs
17
The Jurassic Period
18
The Cretaceous Period
19
Dogs
20
Dolphins
21
Dragons
22
Earth Day
23
Eggs
24
Elephants
25
Endangered Species
26
The Florida Everglades
27
Flightless Birds
28
The Language of Flowers
29
Frogs and Toads
30
The Galapagos Islands
31
Giraffes
32
Grasslands
33
All About Groundhogs
34
Hippos
35
Horses
36
Koalas
37
Lemurs
38
Lions
39
Marsupials
40
Migration
41
Mushrooms
42
Mythical Creatures
43
Primates
55
Prosimians
56
Anthropoids
57
Hominoids
58
Rabbits and Hares
59
Tropical Rainforest
60
Rats and Rodents
64
Coral Reefs
65
Reindeers
66
Salamanders
67
Sargasso Sea
68
Scorpions
69
Seals and Sea Lions
70
Seashells
71
Life at the Seashore
72
Sharks
73
Shorebirds
74
Snakes
75
Spiders
76
Squirrels
77
Swamp Marsh and Bog
78
Swans
79
Tigers
80
Trees
81
Trout
82
Turtles and Tortoises
83
Underfoot
84
Venomous Animals
85
Vultures
86
Weeds Wildflowers
87
Whales
88
Whaling
89
Wolves
90
Index
91
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About the author (2007)

Laurie Triefeldt has worked for The Courier Post and The Windsor Star, contributed to Gannett News Service and United Feature Syndicate, and is currently an artist at the Newark Star-Ledger. Educated in Canada, she is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and the University of Windsor.

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