by Gianferrari, Maria (Author)
This nonfiction picture book uses humorous comparisons and playful artwork to teach children the unusual ways that a variety of animals--from woodpeckers to snakes to bats--use their tongues to find food, eat, and clean themselves. Full description
What lives in a shell?
Tooth by tooth : comparing fangs, tusks, and chompers
Lots of spots
What do they do with all that poo?
The world's best noses, ears, and eyes
Whose eye am I?
Creature features : twenty-five animals explain why they look the way they do
Egg : nature's perfect package
Whose poop is that?
What do animals do all day?
So many feet
Liu, Jia (Illustrator) (Illustrator)
> Juvenile nonfiction.
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