by Chloe Wright
It's night. It's dark. It's time to go indoors-or is it? The outdoors at night can be a scary place, but this book will help young readers investigate the mysterious nature of night. To explore the night, it would be great to have eyes like an owl, the sensitive nose of a deer, and feet that can move as silently as a fox. Humans aren't quite as good as nocturnal animals at navigating the darkness, but we can come surprisingly close. Our senses are much sharper than we realize, if we learn how t...
Did you know that bats are not blind? That the smallest bat is the size of a bee? That bats won't really fly into your hair? Kids will learn all this and more in this exciting book about one of nature's most misunderstood creatures.
Look at animal adaptation in a whole new way. Of course having long legs allows a horse to run fast but why does a jellyfish switch on its own light down in the ocean Find out the answers to lots of odd questions like this. There's more to animal adaptation than you ever realised
Peek into the shadows in this super fun and super gross sixth book in the nonfiction Level 2 Ready-to-Read series about some of the spookiest nocturnal creatures! How do opossums protect themselves from predators? What helps vampire bats fly? Learn the answers to these questions and discover even more fascinating facts about nocturnal animals with Dr. Ick and Sam the Dog. A create-your-own-night-creature activity is included in the backmatter for even more creepy fun!