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Look Who Lives in the Rainforest

by Alan Baker

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This series helps children develop their reading skills while they learn about animals and their habitats. A different animal is revealed on each spread, and the entire menagerie is presented at the end of each book. The text is simple and lyrical, capturing the imagination and sparking the curiosity of young readers. Alan Maker’s beautiful illustrations and engaging text makes this series a must-read for all youngsters. Each book also includes a picture index to facilitate learning.

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A simple introduction to the variety of animals living in the rain forest, including butterflies, tree frogs, and iguanas.

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