Animal Eyes

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This story is about how animals see their predators or prey/food. The colorful close-up pictures of all the animals and insects look like they are alive. You can inspect the animal in its own space. I liked the picture puzzles in the back of the book. I am not used to thinking about animals as predator and prey as the author describes in the book. I learned that you can tell whether a box turtle is a boy or a girl by the color of their eyes. The inside cover of the book has a list of the animals included in the book. I would like to read this author’s other animal books. In the Animal Fun Facts, I learned that your eyes blink over 27,000 times in one day. I think this book is unique because it is about one body part and I never read those kinds of books before. In the Glossary, I liked the pictures of different animal eyes. I think six-year-olds and up would learn a lot from this book.

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Author Mary Holland
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Arbordale Publishing
Publish Date 20-Jan-2015
ISBN 9781628554540
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Issue April 2015
Category Children's


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