Even an Octopus Needs a Home by Irene Kelly

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From the snug sleeping bags made out of leaves constructed by Honduran white bats to the thirty-feet-high towers filled with passageways and rooms that termites build, animals have impressive abodes. Nature lovers will be fascinated by how animals solve the problem of locating safe places in which to live and raise families.

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Irene Kelly has always been drawn to dogs and impressed by their intelligence and distinct personalities. A graduate of New York University, she is an author, illustrator and fine artist. Even an Ostrich Needs a Nest, her most recent title, was praised by School Library Journal. It's a Butterly's Life and It's a Hummingbird's Life are hers also. She is fascinated by travel, exotic places, and history. She lives in Maplewood, New Jersey with her husband and two children.
Published August 29, 2011 by Holiday House. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Building on her successful Even an Ostrich Needs a Nest (2009), Kelly expands the concept to describe how others in the animal world make and find safe places for rest, safety and rearing their young.

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