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Can Snakes Crawl Backward? (Scholastic Q &…

Can Snakes Crawl Backward? (Scholastic Q & A)

by Melvin Berger, Gilda Berger

Other authors: Alan Male (Illustrator)

Series: Scholastic Question & Answer

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For Elaine and Herb, with love -M. and G. Berger

For my daughters, Sophie and Chloe - A. Male
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439193818, Paperback)

From simple questions like "Do snakes have bones in their bodies?" to complex ones like "How can you tell crocodiles from alligators?," this book delivers easy-to-understand info about reptiles.

In this introduction to reptiles, kids will learn amazing facts about snakes, lizards, crocodiles, alligators, and turtles. Readers will find out that a Komodo dragon can weigh 365 pounds, that chameleons really do change colors, and a crocodile once lived to be 110 years old!

The Bergers explain key science concepts--like camouflage and reptile behavior--and keep kids turning pages with questions like "Are snakes ever born with two heads?" and "Why do turtles have shells?"

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:44 -0400)

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Questions and answers describe a close-up look at the jaws, claws, and scales of snakes, lizards, turtles, and other reptiles.

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