Synopses & Reviews
In cities or forests, raccoon make themselves at home. These animals find all sorts of mischief. One even climbed a tall construction crane to eat scraps the operator left behind. Raccoons can scamper down trees head first, swim across ponds and use their paws to pick fruit or unscrew jar lids. This book reveals the animal behind the mask.
About the series: Each book in the Welcome to the World of Series introduces children to wildlife through color photographs, lively description and amazing facts.
Raccoons can do more tasks than hang out on branches or scurry into back woods, as this book tells of their other fascinating, human-like, talents.14 color photos.