Where Are the Night Animals? by Mary Ann Fraser
Stage 1 (Let's Read-And-Find-Out Science)

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Did you know that a barn owl has one ear higher than the other? This helps it find squeaking mice that humans can't hear. Baby opossum hang on to their mother's fur for safety. Read and find out more about what nocturnal animals do as we sleep.

Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children 2000 -- selected by Natn'l Science Tchrs Assoc. & Child. Bk Cncl.


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Mary Ann Fraser has illustrated over 50 books and written and illustrated seven books, among them "In Search of the Grand Canyon, Ten Mile Day, and Forest Fire", including her "Where Are the Night Animals? "in the Let's Read & Find Out series, an Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children. Interested in nature since she was very young, she keeps ten turtles, a newt and a crayfish as pets. Ms. Fraser lives in Simi Valley, CA.
Published January 1, 1999 by HarperCollins Publishers. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Science & Math. Fiction

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PLB 0-06-027718-1 paper 0-06-445176-3 This Stage 1 entry in the Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science series focuses on eight common nocturnal creatures, from the barn owl to the harvest mouse.

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