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Why Frogs Are Wet (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2) (edition 2000)

by Judy Hawes (Author)

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A brief study of the first creatures on earth to develop voices and an aversion to dry skin.
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Title:Why Frogs Are Wet (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
Authors:Judy Hawes (Author)
Info:HarperCollins (2000), 40 pages
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in depth discussion of how frogs have evolved, how their body parts help them, how they survive, and their history.
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  TUCC | Jul 26, 2016 |
WHY FROGS ARE WET is an informational picture book that tells kids all about frogs. Anything a kid might have ever wondered about a frog is discussed in this book. What frogs eat, how they grow, and why their skin is wet are all answered throughout this book. However, the organization is a little hard to follow. There is no real logical flow to the information, but kids will love looking at the different life-like illustrations. The author acknowledged different animal specialists she used to write the information in this story. She also included places where students can find additional information on frogs. This book would be great to use in the classroom if the class was raising tadpoles! ( )
  amartin2787 | Sep 17, 2012 |
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