A we-inspiring creatures of the land and sea are as fascinating in fact as in folklore. Combining a thorough nonfiction resource with riveting reading, this 16-book series chronicles each animal's life span, development, protection, food, social organization, seasonal activities, and means of communication. Myths, folktales, and stories demonstrate how each animal is portrayed in literature and encourage further reading. This series features bold, full-color photographs of animals at each stage of life; maps showing animal populations; a glossary; an index; and more!
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