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Night Animals by John Bonnett Wexo
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Night Animals

by John Bonnett Wexo

Series: Zoobooks

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0937934267, Mass Market Paperback)

If bats and owls make you nervous, concentrate on the flying squirrels, beavers, and foxes-or any of the other nighttime species covered here. All of these animals have intricate and interesting ways of getting around in the dark. It is all explained in easy-to-understand detail. There's nothing to be afraid of!

Zoobooks, the 59-book animal series - the "everything you wanted to know but didn't know who to ask" guide to the world's most fascinating creatures. Each exciting edition of Zoobooks is packed with current scientific facts, striking photography, beautiful illustrations and unique activities that teach children about animals and the habitats in which they live. With innovative publications and products, Wildlife Education, Ltd. has enriched the lives of children, parents, and educators nationwide for 20 years. All titles are offered in library-bound hardcover and soft-cover styles. Zoobooks, ideal for the knowledge-hungry 4-11 year old!

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Discusses the habits of animals that spend most of their lives in the dark, such as raccoons, owls, hyenas, and catfish.

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