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Name:How Do Bats See in the Dark?
Item:SCH-22904
Manufacturer:Scholastic
Author:Melvin Berger
Gilda Berger
Publisher:Scholastic
Binding:P
Pages:48
In this wonderful introduction to nocturnal animals, kids will learn hundreds of facts about creatures of the night. Readers will find out that each kind of firefly has its own special signal, that cockroaches have been on Earth since the time of the dinosaurs and that a litter of 14 baby opossums will fit easily in a soupspoon! The Bergers explain key science concepts and keep kids turning the pages by including the wacky side of science like the fact that a skunk can spray up to 12 feet or that a kiwi bird has an incredible sense of smell.


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