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Animals in Winter (Books for Young Explorers)

by Ron Fisher

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This book is an informational book which is attractive to students even adults. Winter is time for animals to play, hunt and hibernate. Those full-color photos and lively text reveal how birds and mammals live through the icy months. The contentment is fantastic and it is appropriate to elementary schools students to learn some animals how to live in winter. ( )
  LUOLINLIN | Mar 5, 2018 |
Winter is time for animals to play, hunt and hibernate. 39 full-color photos and lively text reveal how birds and mammals live through the icy months.
  wichitafriendsschool | Jul 15, 2016 |
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Brrr! The cold time of the year has come.
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Describes how animals face the rigors of winter by hibernating, migrating, storing food, or changing colors to blend with the winter landscape.

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