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Bees Dance and Whales Sing: The Mysteries of Animal Communication

by Margery Facklam

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  Infinityand1 | Aug 4, 2016 |
This is a unique book that explains how animals communicate with each other. This would be a cool topic for most children as many children think that animals can communicate at a level similar to humans. This book shows children how animals do communicate with each other, but in obviously different ways than humans do. This book does not contain very many images and is thus very text heavy, but could still be accessible to older students or advanced readers. ( )
  ccostakis | Nov 13, 2012 |
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Explores the mysteries of how and why animals send messages to one another and to humans.

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