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Deadliest! : 20 dangerous animals —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author, illustrator.

Deadliest! showcases some of the planet's most threatening creatures.

The frog book —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author, illustrator.

"Long legs, sticky tongues, big round eyes, and other dazzling features--what's not to love about frogs? In this magnificently illustrated picture book, Caldecott Honor-winning team Steve Jenkins and Robin Page explore o...

The shark book —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author, illustrator.

Caldecott Honor-winning team Steve Jenkins and Robin Page explore the astonishing lives of sharks in this brilliantly illustrated picture book. Perfect for Shark Week and all year round, this ode to the notorious ocean p...

Tiny monsters : the strange creatures that live on us, in us, and around us —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author, illustrator.

"This book explores the menagerie of tiny and unusual creatures--arthropods (insects, mites, and spiders)--found in our lawns and gardens, our food, our beds, our clothes, and even our eyelashes. Some of these monsters a...

Mama dug a little den —Ward, Jennifer, 1963- author.

"An exploration of all the different kinds of dens animals build for their babies."-- Provided by publisher.

Look again : secrets of animal camouflage —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author, illustrator.

Introduces young readers to some of the stealthiest camouflaged animals in the natural world and asks them to seek out these animals hiding in plain sight.

Stinkiest! : 20 smelly animals —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author, illustrator.

Describes the odors that some animals have developed to stay safe and thrive in their environments, including the striped skunk, the bombardier beetle, and the honey badger.

Squirrels leap, squirrels sleep —Sayre, April Pulley, author.

"Squirrels wrestle. Squirrels leap. Squirrels climb. Squirrels sleep. If you followed a squirrel for a day, what would you see? Climbing branches, storing seeds, making homes in tree holes, and maybe even flying! [...

Look at me! : how to attract attention in the animal world —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author.

"The latest offering from the award-winning team of Robin Page and Steve Jenkins focuses on the most unique and exciting animal displays in the natural world, used by creatures to stand out. This eye-catching, high-inter...

Stinkiest! : 20 smelly animals —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author, illustrator.

Describes the odors that some animals have developed to stay safe and thrive in their environments, including the striped skunk, the bombardier beetle, and the honey badger.

Volcano wakes up! —Peters, Lisa Westberg, author.

Playful, kid-friendly poems from five alternating points of view explore the volcanic process and its effect on the surrounding land, flora, and fauna. From the lava crickets to the ferns, everyone has something to say a...

Animals upside down : a pull, pop, lift & learn book —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author, illustrator.

Turn wheels, pull tabs, lift flaps, and open doors to reveal twenty-six different animals and discover the many remarkable ways that going bottoms-up helps them to survive.

Woodpecker wham! —Sayre, April Pulley, author.

"Enter woodpecker world and get a bird's eye view of everyday life: hiding from hawks, feeding hungry chicks, and drilling holes to build homes. Woodpeckers are nature's home builders, creating holes that many other anim...

Never smile at a monkey : and 17 other important things to remember —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author, illustrator.

Picture book which describes how dangerous some animals can be when it feels threatened or trapped ; and what not to do when meeting them.

A house in the sky : and other uncommon animal homes —Jenkins, Steve, 1952- author.

"Dual layers of text explain how and why diverse animals make homes specific to their needs. From the turtle's shell, the beaver's lodge, or the seal's cave, each animal requires a special kind of home."-- Provided by pu...

Fourteen monkeys : a rain forest rhyme —Stewart, Melissa, author.

"In Manú National Park in Peru, an amazing fourteen different species of monkeys live together. That's more than in any other rainforest in the world! How can they coexist so well? Find out in this lyrical, rhyming pict...

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