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Where in the Wild?: Camouflaged Creatures Concealed and Revealedby David M. Schwartz
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Ten creatures await, camouflaged in artful, full-page photographs, while playful poems offer clues about each animal's identity and whereabouts. Think you've spotted one? Lift one of ten gatefolds to find out. A full page of fascinating information accompanies each animal so readers can learn how nature's camouflage serves hunter and hunted alike. Why do fawns have spots during their first year of life? How did killdeer birds get their name? What makes a crab spider so good at ambushing its prey?
Recipient of the 2008 American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Book and Films Prize for Excellence in Science Books.
Named a 2008 Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12 by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and the Children's Book Council (CBC)
Editor's Choice, 2007— Booklist magazine
Listed in "Lasting Connections of 2007," an annual roundup of the year's best books to tie into curriculum.
-Book Links magazine
Ten creatures wait, camouflaged in artful, full-page photographs, while playful poems offer clues about each animal's identity and whereabouts. Includes ten gatefolds that readers can lift.
About the Author
DAVID SCHWARTZ is the author of 50 children’s books, including G is for Googol and Q is for Quark. He is a frequent guest speaker at schools in the US and abroad. Visit www.davidschwartz.com. He lives with his wife—and co-author—YAEL SCHY in Oakland, California. Photographer DWIGHT KUHN’s award-winning nature photographs have appeared in 125 children’s books. He lives in Dexter, Maine.
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