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Around One Cactus: Owls, Bats and Leaping Rats (edition 2003)

by Anthony D. Fredericks (Author)

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A child sees a saguaro cactus by day but there are no animals until after he leaves, when various creatures come out to play and prey. Also includes "field notes" which provide more facts about desert animals.
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Title:Around One Cactus: Owls, Bats and Leaping Rats
Authors:Anthony D. Fredericks (Author)
Info:Dawn Pubns (2003), Edition: 1, 32 pages
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Great story about teaching children about what a cactus does for the environment.
  Kayla_Christopherson | Dec 11, 2012 |
The book tells the story of animals and how they hunt. The book has a rhyme scheme that makes it easy to read. Is great for all elementary levels because it is easy to read and has lots of pictures in it. I gave it a 5 of 5 because of the way it is written, it makes its easy and fun to read. ( )
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A child sees a saguaro cactus by day but there are no animals until after he leaves, when various creatures come out to play and prey. Also includes "field notes" which provide more facts about desert animals.

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