EYE SPY: Wild Ways Animals See the World

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Eye Spy is about the many different ways animals see the world. This big picture book has pictures of animals with flaps where their eyes are. Inside the flaps there’s a picture of how that animal sees the world and facts about their eyesight. For example, cows have a huge field of vision: when they bow their heads to graze on grass, they can almost see all the way around. When they lift their heads up, they can still see everything except a small area directly behind them. However, the area right in front of them is blurry. Cows see more clearly to the sides where predators might be lurking. I like this book because it shows you how animals see things. Like did you know that bees see flowers with different colors than we do? The book has different categories of animals, like mammals and birds. I like how insects see because they have thousands of tiny eyes, so to them everything looks like pixels. This book shows how all animals see differently: some animals see really well and some animals rely on their noses or other senses. I would give this book four stars. Little kids and big kids will enjoy it.

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Author Guillaume Duprat
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher What on Earth Publishing
Publish Date 2018-Oct-01
ISBN 9781999802851
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Issue January 2019
Category Tweens


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