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Let's-Read-And-Find-Out Science: Stage 1 #01: Starfishby Edith Thacher Hurd
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Starfish have arms, but no legs. They have feet, but no toes. When starfish get hungry, they slide, glide, and feel their way in search of something to eat.
Starfish aren't fish, but they are living animals. Learn how starfish move, eat, and grow in Edith Hurd's poetic text, illustrated with Robin Brickman's vivid watercolor collages. Read and find out all about starfish, the stars of the sea.
Some starfish are pink and some purple; some are tiny and some just one big tangle. How do starfish survive without eyes and ears. How do they eat if their mouths are on their undersides. Readers can learn about these amazing sea creatures, and create their own collection of starfish. Color illustrations.
Some starfish are pink and some are purple. Some are tiny and some are just one big tangle. How do starfish survive without eyes and ears? How do they eat if their mouths are on their undersides? Learn about these amazing sea creatures, and create your own collection of starfish, in this beautiful book, poetically written by Edith Thacher Hurd and gorgeously illustrated by Robin Brickman.
About the Author
Edith Thacher Hurd was born in Kansas City, Missouri. She wrote more than seventy-five children's books, including Starfish, I Dance in My Red Pajamas and the Johnny Lion books, many of which were illustrated by her husband, Clement Hurd.
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