Chameleons by Kathleen Connors
(Really Wild Reptiles)

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Presents chameleons, describing their physical characteristics, life cycle, color-changing abilities, and feeding behavior.
 

About Kathleen Connors

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Kathleen Connors served as director and curator for "The Arts of Sylvia Plath" project at Indiana University in 2002, featuring a literary symposium, an exhibition of Plath's art and manuscripts and a 70th year birthday commemoration. With Sally Bayley of Oxford, she is co-director of the SylviaPlath 75th Year Symposium at Oxford in October 2007.
 
Published January 1, 2013 by Gareth Stevens Publishing. 24 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Science & Math.

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Gr 2–4—Outstanding large, color photos are the draw for this series. In particular, the images in Chameleons have a definite "wow" factor. These brilliantly colored reptiles leap from the pages with their rainbow hues. The images, however, are not for the squeamish: in Komodo Dragons, the reptile i

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