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Snakes Series

 

Rattlesnakes distract prey with a shake of their tails. Read about these fanged hunters in Rattlesnakes, Capstone Press, 2013.

Copperheads make their dens between rocks and in woodpiles. Read about this patterned predator in Copperheads, Capstone Press, 2013.

Found throughout the United States, a garter snake may be lurking nearby! Read about these common critters in Garter Snakes, Capstone Press, 2013.

Monkey Series

 

 

 

 
Pygmy marmosets are the tiniest members of the monkey family. From food to homes to behavior, learn more about these pint-sized primates in Pygmy Marmosets, Capstone Press, 2013.

Known for their wild hair, tamarin monkeys are an at-risk member of the monkey family. Fromm food to homes to behavior, learn the facts on these endangered primates in Tamarin Monkeys, Capstone Press, 2013.

Long-limbed spider monkeys are noisy members of the monkey family. From food to homes to behaviors, learn the facts on these tree-swinging primates in Spider Monkeys, Capstone Press, 2013.

Nocturnal Animal Books

 

 

Hunting at night, owls watch for prey with large eyes. These hunters are adapted to life in the dark. Learn more about these feathered nocturnal animals in Owls, Capstone Press, 2011.

Flying through the night, fireflies flicker their lights to find partners. These glowing fliers are adapted to life at night. Learn more about these blinky nocturnal animals in Fireflies, Capstone Press, 2011.

In the quiet of night, opossums go in search of food. These forest animals are adapted to life in the dark. Learn more about these furry nocturnal animals in Opossums, Capstone Press, 2011.

 
While others sleep, porcupines move about. These forest animals are adapted to life in the dark. Learn more about these prickly nocturnal animals in Porcupines, Capstone Press, 2011. Sniffing for food, hedgehogs find tasty treats in the dark. These forest animals are adapted to life at night. Learn more about these spiny nocturnal animals in Hedgehogs, Capstone Press, 2011.  
 

South American Animals

 

 

 
Toucans fill the rain forests with chatter. Learn all about these colorful birds and their habitats in Toucans, Capstone Press, 2012. Piranhas lurk in the Amazon River. Learn all about these sharp-toothed fish and their habitats in Piranhas, Capstone Press, 2012. Llamas climb the steep Andes Mountains. Learn about these woolly mammals and their habitats in Llamas, Capstone Press, 2012.

Capybaras are at home on land and in the water. Learn about these round-bodied rodents and their habitats in Capybaras, Capstone Press, 2012.

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