I Wonder… About Desert Animals
Does a roadrunner ever run on sidewalks?
Does the Arizona bark scorpion growl like a dog?
Why does the cactus wren use cactus plants for its nests?
What is the purpose of those huge ears on the fennec fox?
Does the Texas banded gecko live only in Texas?
Does a kangaroo rat have a tummy pouch?
Learn the answer to these questions and many more in this fascinating 15-minute book about desert animals. With a fun question, each page introduces a new desert animal and tells some fun information about it.
Ages 6 to 10.
Educational Versions include Common Core exercises.
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About the Author
Judith Janda Presnall is the author of the I WONDER … series, which includes 15-minute e-books: I Wonder … Do Bedbugs Snore? I Wonder … Does a Hammerhead Shark Pound Nails? and I Wonder … Can a Bald Eagle Grow Hair? In addition, Judith has written 23 nonfiction books for grades 3-9. These books can be found in your public library. One 14-book series, ANIMALS WITH JOBS includes: Police Dogs, Therapy Horses, Capuchin Monkey Aides, Navy Dolphins, and Animal Actors. Other books are listed on her website: www.judithjandapresnall.com. A picture book, Yukon—Sled Dog is due out in 2013 from Amazon Children’s Publishing.