Lizards in the Sky

Lizards in the Sky

Animals Where You Least Expect Them

Book - 2010
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Fun, exciting, and full of astonishing facts, Lizards in the Sky is a young naturalist's first-class ticket to a world of surprises.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. ; New York : Annick Press, c2010.
ISBN: 9781554512645
Branch Call Number: J 591.4 EAMER
Characteristics: 97 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.


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andrewheppner456 Jul 24, 2013

Flying lizards!

ForestofReadingTeam Jan 23, 2013

Cool Author Fact: CLAIRE EAMER spent a summer in a German ceramics factory making soap dishes and toilet paper hangers!

n_red Nov 28, 2012

"From marine insects and glacial ice worms to climbing fish called mudskippers, snakes that glide between trees, and cave-visiting birds that navigate using echolocation, Eamer introduces more than three dozen animals that don't confine themselves to typical habitats. Close-up color photos depict each in a natural setting, and for readers who want to dig deeper, Eamer provides generous multimedia reading lists to supplement her information-rich but brief profiles. The book is a bit overdesigned--the real animals are joined on many spreads by colored versions of the Cheshire Cat and other denizens of John Tenniel's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland illustrations--but considering that many publishers would have likely stretched the book's concept into a series of slender, separate titles, it makes for a refreshingly economical way to explore some of the natural world's more venturesome residents." - John Peters Booklist 2010


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