I wonder … About Rain Forest Animals
How does the toucan hold its head up with such a large bill?
Does an anteater eat only ants?
Does a Komodo dragon breathe fire to kill its victims?
How does the colorful red-eyed tree frog hide from its enemies?
Will an armadillo’s armor get rusty in water?
How much does a Goliath beetle weigh?
Learn the answer to these questions and many more in this fascinating 15-minute book about rain forest animals. With a fun question, each page introduces a new rain forest creature 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.
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