Series: Blastoff! Readers: North American Animals

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American Beavers by Megan Borgert-Spaniol
American Bison by Chris Bowman
Bald Eagles by Chris Bowman
Bighorn Sheep by Megan Borgert-Spaniol
Black Bears by Megan Borgert-Spaniol
Brown Bats by Christina Leaf
Coyotes by Chris Bowman
Eastern Chipmunks by Chris Bowman
Gray Squirrels by Christina Leaf
Gray Wolves by Christina Leaf
Great-horned Owls by Christina Leaf
Grizzly Bears by Megan Borgert-Spaniol
Jackrabbits by Christina Leaf
Moose by Megan Borgert-Spaniol
Nine-banded Armadillos by Megan Borgert-Spaniol
Porcupines by Christina Leaf
Pronghorn by Chris Bowman
Raccoons by Chris Bowman
Red Foxes by Megan Borgert-Spaniol
Red Squirrels by Chris Bowman
Red-tailed Hawks by Megan Borgert-Spaniol
Ruby-throated Hummingbirds by Chris Bowman
Striped Skunks by Chris Bowman
White-tailed Deer by Chris Bowman

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Series description

From Bellwether Media (Publisher):

The North American continent is home to animals of all sizes and appetites. There are raccoons scavenging through trash cans, moose chomping on leaves, and nine-banded armadillos digging for grubs.

Level 3
Number of books in the series: 24

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