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A is for anaconda : a rainforest alphabet —Fredericks, Anthony D.

"Using the alphabet book format the rainforest is explored and explained. A poem explains each topic followed by detailed expository text. Topics include Brazil, epiphytes, gorillas, Kapok tree and nocturnal"--Provided b...

Exploring the oceans : science activities for kids —Fredericks, Anthony D.

Presents information about the oceans of the world, the life they support, their importance as an ecosystem, and the threats they face. Includes related activities.

Moose —Fredericks, Anthony D.

Discusses the physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, and life cycle of the comical-looking moose, whose appearance hides strength, speed, and agility.

In one tidepool : crabs, snails, and salty tails —Fredericks, Anthony D.

A child discovers a tide pool and observes all of the varied creatures that make their home there. Also includes "field notes" which provide more facts about tide pool animals.

Near one cattail : turtles, logs, and leaping frogs —Fredericks, Anthony D.

A rhyming description of wetland inhabitants, including frogs, turtles, dragonflies, ducks, muskrats, beetles and snakes. Also includes "field notes" which provide more facts about wetland animals.

Around one cactus : owls, bats, and leaping rats —Fredericks, Anthony D.

A child sees a saguaro cactus by day but there are no animals until after he leaves, when various creatures come out to play and prey. Also includes "field notes" which provide more facts about desert animals.

Slugs —Fredericks, Anthony D.

Describes the physical characteristics, habitat, and behavior of slugs, slimy creatures that spend their lives crawling on their stomachs.

Cannibal animals : animals that eat their own kind —Fredericks, Anthony D.

Describes the reasons for and instances of cannibalistic behavior in a variety of animals, including guppies, black widow spiders, sharks, gerbils, and brown bears.

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