Armadillos by Sheila Griffin Llanas
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Title: Armadillos
Author: Llanas, Sheila Griffin
Publisher: Abdo Group
Publication Date: 2013/01/01
Number of Pages: 32
Binding Type: LIBRARY
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About Sheila Griffin Llanas

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Sheila Griffin Llanas is a writer of library-bound informational books for children and teens. She edited her college literary review and received a BA in literature, then an MFA in poetry at the University of Iowa. She taught with Johns Hopkins CTY, a summer program that offers college-type classes to middle grade and high school students. Next, she taught composition at a two-year college. She bagan to write for magazines, clothing catalogs, and educational publishers which lead to becoming a freelance writer. Her first informational childrenżs book was Helen of Troy. She has written 30 non-fiction library books for children and teen readers. Her titles also include: Buffaloes, Coyotes, Daniel Radcliffe and Gray Wolves. Some other projects she has written include romantic stories for Womanżs World, novel reviews for Beyond Her Book, a Publisherżs Weekly blog, Landsż End catalog copy, essays for magazines like Christian Science Monitor, Bead & Button, Wisconsin Trails, and poems for little magazines like APR, Jubilat, Sonora Review, Denver Quarterly.
Published January 1, 2013 by Checkerboard Library. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Gr 2–4—This well-organized series features animals that have become cultural symbols in America. After a brief introduction, the chapters proceed in logical order, discussing the animal's history, body specifics, ("Plate to Plate" in Armadillos, "Beak to Talons" in Bald Eagles, etc.), behavio

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