Animals At Night: A Glow-In-The-Dark Book
Children love mysteries, and what better way to pique their interest than to focus in on those nocturnal creatures not readily visible during the ordinary day? Colorfully illustrated on glossy black backgrounds in vividly colorful orange, yellow, grey, and sparkling whites, these secretive creatures emerge as lively denizens in their variant habitats. These mysterious creatures can be found in the forest, on riverbanks, in fields and orchards, and the reader can identify each while learning about their appearance and habits. While in the forest, the reader can find the earwig or the dormouse or the common deer. Advance to different habitats and be introduced to exotic species such as the addax or jerboa or fennec fox, which, along with the scorpion and rattlesnake, are endemic to the desert. If that is too dry, then take a look at the beach with the aquatic octopus or predatory conger. Each of the twelve different environments has its array of denizens with succinct descriptions of their outstanding characteristics. This is a lovely nocturnal overview of animal activity after sundown, and it will engross the animal lover. Unfortunately, my copy did not glow in the dark, but it was quite attractive when read under dim light so that the wording was visible.
|Author||Anne Jankeliowitch, Delphine Chedru|
|Page Count||40 pages|
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|Category||Science & Nature|
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