8 edition of Wildlife in the Kitchen And Other Great Animal Tales found in the catalog.
May 2, 2005 by Altitude Publishing (Canada) .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||128|
While Animal Tales doesn't exactly break new TV ground, young viewers (especially Animal Planet fans) will probably be entertained -- just remind them not to try the tricks they see on TV with the family pet. They'll also learn handy pet-care information and "meet" some positive role models who are making a difference in the animal kingdom. Just don't be 3/5.
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This book was such a great read that I wanted "more" when I came to the end. Thank-you for this lovely 5/5(2). Buy The Truth About Animals: Stoned Sloths, Lovelorn Hippos, and Other Tales from the Wild Side of Wildlife on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders/5(99).
The stuff of my childhood. These books are highly recommended for children interested in folk tales, and wildlife in general. My knowledge of the animal kingdom is mostly thanks to this book and its counterpart, When Lion Could Fly.
Great stories, great illustrations, and great info pages at teh end of every story for curious readers.5/5(3). We love this book. Our daughter loves searching through the pictures and naming each of the animals. This is a padded book and was damaged in the shipping process but is still usable.
I like this book because you can spend a long time searching out the different animals, it will get a lot of use in our house/5(39). Malcolm Tait is the editor of Going, Going, Gone. (Think Books), an illustrated compilation of animals and plants in danger of extinction, and the author of Animal Tragic (Think Books), a Author: Guardian Staff.
The stories are fun and exciting to read but they are also full of information that you would only get from first-hand accounts. This is a great wildlife book if you are not afraid of reptiles.
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