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Animal Aha!: Thrilling Discoveries in Wildlife Science ePub download

by Diane Swanson

  • Author: Diane Swanson
  • ISBN: 155451164X
  • ISBN13: 978-1554511648
  • ePub: 1857 kb | FB2: 1270 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science Nature & How It Works
  • Publisher: Annick Press (February 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 48
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 598
  • Format: mbr docx lit azw
Animal Aha!: Thrilling Discoveries in Wildlife Science ePub download

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Thrilling Discoveries in Wildlife Science. Animal Aha! highlights a number of magnificent moments in animal science. Meet Alex, a chatterbox parrot who learned not just to mimic speech, but to communicate by talking.

Animal Aha highlights a number of magnificent moments in animal science. After eating, a python's heart becomes 40% larger than normal. Alex's education is already helping some speech-delayed children learn to speak. By finding out how, scientists hope to help strengthen human hearts too. Explore all these exciting discoveries: Cockroaches that learn best at night Dolphins that do basic math Elephants that recognize their reflections Gorillas that use tools.

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Animals Aha!: Thrilling Discoveries in Wildlife Science. Our Choice, Canadian Children's Book Centre. Book-of-the-Month Club Selection

Animals Aha!: Thrilling Discoveries in Wildlife Science. Book-of-the-Month Club Selection. A Toothy Tongue and One Long Foot (Whitecap Books, 1992, 1993 and Bob Adams, 1994, illustrated by Warren Clark and Carolyn Swanson). Welcome to the World series (Whitecap Books) Welcome to the World of Porcupines, 1999.

Animals Aha!: Thrilling Discoveries in Wildlife Science, Annick Press, 2009. Animals Can Be So Speedy, 2001. Animals Eat the Weirdest Things (Whitecap Books and Henry Holt, 1998, illustrated by Terry Smith). Bugs Up Close, Kids Can Press, 2007, illustrated by Paul Davidson. Cheetah Cubs and Beetle Grubs, Annick Press, 2007, illustrated by Mariko Ando Spencer. Bug Bites (Whitecap Books, 1997, illustrated by the Royal British Columbia Museum). Buffalo Sunrise (Whitecap Books and Sierra Club Books for Children, 1996). Learn More at LibraryThing. ISBN 9781554511655 (978-1-55451-165-5) Annick Press, 2009. Find signed collectible books: 'Animal Aha!: Thrilling Discoveries in Wildlife Science'.

Swanson’s admitted fascination with nature is evident in this book. Her fluent, almost conversational, writing style, combined with the book’s layout and colour photographs, engages the reader.

Toronto, ON: Annick Press, 2009. Swanson’s admitted fascination with nature is evident in this book. She not only describes the various experiments so that young readers can comprehend easily, but she also explains how the results of some of the experiments might be applied to learning more about human behaviour.

Animal Aha! highlights a number of magnificent moments in animal science. Each profile includes fun facts about the featured creature, thoughts from the scientists who made each discovery and amazing photographs of the animals in action. Animal Aha! will forever change your ideas of animals and how we learn from them.

Diane Swanson specializes in nature writing for children. She is the author of many books, including Safari Beneath the Sea, which won the Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Non-Fiction for Children. She lives in Victoria, British Columbia. Age Range: 6 and up. Grade Level: 1 - 4.

Animals do some extraordinary things, but not always while people are watching. When patient and persistent scientists do make a discovery, it can change how we think about animals and ourselves.

Animal Aha! highlights a number of magnificent moments in animal science. Meet Alex, a chatterbox parrot who learned not just to mimic speech, but to communicate by talking. Alex's education is already helping some speech-delayed children learn to speak. Visit a California lab where scientists study snacking snakes. After eating, a python's heart becomes 40% larger than normal. By finding out how, scientists hope to help strengthen human hearts too.

Explore all these exciting discoveries:

Cockroaches that learn best at night Dolphins that do basic math Elephants that recognize their reflections Gorillas that use tools

Each profile includes fun facts about the featured creature, thoughts from the scientists who made each discovery and amazing photographs of the animals in action. Animal Aha! will forever change your ideas of animals and how we learn from them.