Deadly! The Truth About the Most Dangerous Creatures on Earth (Hardback)
Lions and scorpions and lethal little jellyfish, oh my! Kids will sink their teeth into this fascinating look at nature’s fiercest creatures.
Deadly! The Truth About the Most Dangerous Creatures on Earth (Paperback)
“Jam-packed with fascinating information with plenty of the ick factor to keep kids (and adults) turning the pages.” — San Francisco Book Review
Extreme Animals The Toughest Creatures on Earth (Paperback)
"Davies’s chatty, funny text and Layton’s colorful illustrations will pull kids into this fascinating book about survival. . . . Exciting biology for the classroom." -- BOOKLIST (starred review)
Hot Hot Hot (Hardback)
Looking for an escape from the heat? Kids will laugh out loud at the lively illustrations in Neal Layton’s tale of two fun-loving, enterprising mammoths.
Just the Right Size Why Big Animals Are Big and Little Animals Are Little (Paperback)
"Nicola Davies is the best thing to happen to biology classes since the invention of the filmstrip."
-Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books (starred review)
(Ages 8 and up)
Poop A Natural History of the Unmentionable (Paperback)
"Playful, but filled with information, this book takes poop out of the sewers and into the scientific community where it belongs."
-The Horn Book
(Ages 3 and up)
Talk, Talk, Squawk! A Human's Guide to Animal Communication (Paperback)
“This creative team adds to its cheeky series with this volume devoted to animal communication. . . . Entertaining and worthwhile.” —School Library Journal
Talk, Talk, Squawk! A Human's Guide to Animal Communication (Hardback)
How does a stinkbug flirt, a bee give orders, or a panda say “back off"? A celebrated duo is back with a guide to messaging, animal-style.
The Tree An Environmental Fable (Hardback)
When a family wants to cut down a tree to build a house, what happens to the animals’ nests and burrows? Can a tree be home to everyone?
What's Eating You? Parasites - The Inside Story (Paperback)
"The subject is inherently fascinating to kids, who will fi nd a good deal of
information. . . .The artwork adds a welcome comic veneer." -- BOOKLIST (Age 8 and up)