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Curious Nature: Animals

Nancy Dickmann

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Curious Nature, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 7 years, Prose: non-fiction, People & places (Children's / Teenage)

Illustrated series introducing children to various aspects of nature, through a Q&A format

Have you ever wondered why zebras have stripes, how animals change colour or why lizards like to sit in the sun? Read this book to find out how animals feed, grow and survive. From acorns to zebras, we'll look at the puzzling
questions you may have. Some of the answers might surprise you!

Why is the sky blue? How long does a forest take to grow? Is it Mist or Fog? These are a few of the questions that are answered in the illustrated series Curious Nature. Natural phenomena are introduced as questions and answered in a simple and comprehensive way. Perfect for readers aged 6 and up.

Contents:
What are animals?
What is a mammal?
Why do lizards lie in the sun?.
Which animal has the most legs?
How do fish breathe underwater?
Can animals change colour?
Why do zebras have stripes?
Can animals use tools?
Which animal is the fastest?
Why do salmon swim upstream?
What is the biggest animal?
How do caterpillars turn into butterflies?
Activity: make a bug hotel
Glossary
Further resources
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