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    "The Crocodile Hunter has made them famous--now is your chance to fill kids in on their ancient past, their danger to humans, and their well-deserved reputation as doting parents."
    "Back by popular demand, Animal Champions 2 lets kids walk in the steps of different animals. Do they want to jump as high as a flea? A flea can leap 200 times its body length--to the top of a 50-story building, in human terms."
    "Gallop, flutter, and swish your way through this charming look at the tender beginnings of young animals. See how sticking close to Mom helps some babies survive, and how others get by without any help at all."
    Have you ever heard that bats are blind? Do not believe it. Our book Bats dispels this and other myths about the only flying mammal on earth.
    "We all know cheetahs can keep up with traffic on the freeway, but is everyone aware that from a standing start, a cheetah can accelerate faster than a racecar? Kids may be so intrigued that they will want to get out a stopwatch and see how fast they can accelerate."
    Dive into the animal world with your little one to learn all about cute and cuddly bears. Toddlers will love the exciting paintings and illustrations that make learning fun! Read about habitat and diet and discover interesting facts along the way! Did you know that bear tracks can measure up to 16 inches long? Each page takes a behind-the-scenes look into the wild world of bears and their cubs.
    "Splash into the sea to learn about lovable, friendly dolphins! Take a look at the most amazing photography and watercolor pictures that depict these squeaky and playful creatures. Each colorful page will be a delight to read with your little one as you learn about the sounds and amazing abilities of these slippery swimmers!"
    "Learn about the elephant, an animal with a trunk so versatile it can lift a huge log or pick a delicate flower. Kids will be thrilled by the legend of Cyclops, engrossed in images of stampeding elephant ancestors, and fascinated by scale examples of the food an elephant can consume in a year."
    "Enjoy the best wildlife writing for preschoolers with this Zootles book! Young children will explore the wild world of giraffes in this book. They'll learn about the giraffe's long neck, legs, eyes, lips, tongue, and coat pattern. Then enjoy ""Giraffe Kindergarten,"" a delightful story about young giraffes at play."
    "Swing into fun and enjoy these mischievous, silly, and smart monkeys. Your little one will want to read all about monkeys again and again! Each page of the board book presents a monkey characteristic such as their love of climbing or family togetherness. Eye-popping photos capture the attention of little eyes, and the sound of your voice reading the story adds to the fun!"
    "Join orangutans in the high life--about 70 feet high, that is. These ""people of the forest"" invite kids to a Tarzan-like world of swinging vines and tropical heat, where all the rules for living on the ground are broken."
    "Dive into the penguin world with your youngest learners and find out the water is fine--thanks to spectacular photographs taken underwater, on the ice flow, and in the nesting grounds, delightful watercolors, and engaging read-aloud text. Together you'll learn about these birds that don't fly but swim fast, hatch from eggs, and go wheee! Read the book again and practice counting the penguins from 1 to 5. In the do-you-know facts, find out how some penguins measure up to first graders."
    "Learn about adorable seals and their pups in this easy-to-read board book. As you flip through the pages, you'll encounter close-up photographs of these slippery, waddling animals. Large text and watercolors make it easy for your youngster to follow along. These cute books will foster a love of reading from the start!"
    "You and your little one will enjoy reading about these mysterious underwater creatures. You'll learn all about these sneaky swimmers, including information about their diet and habitat, plus many other interesting facts. Did you know that a great white shark can weigh up to 3,000 pounds? Discover this and more as you flip through vivid photography and beautiful watercolors!"
    "6-book set for ages 0-6. Explore the ocean and the animals that live in it with these beautiful photos and fascinating stories. Learn about animal habitat, diet, and all the surprises the ocean can offer. Each book also doubles as a counting book! Critters Up Close! puts the animal kingdom into a toddler's hands. Each board book is sturdy, durable, and sized just right for little hands.This set includes: Sharks, Whales, Seals, Penguins, Sea Otters, and Dolphins."
    Scientists still don't have these birds entirely figured out. How can some waterfowl migrate both day and night and not get lost? Learn about North America's flyways to find your front row seat for these incredible yearly migrations.
    """Gorilla"" literally means ""hairy person."" When we look in their eyes, we see a little of ourselves looking back. Investigate the reasons for this apparent kinship--and the reasons why gorillas are so different from ourselves."
    "Who can imagine two or three baby birds in a nest the size of a quarter? The hummingbird, small but mighty, is a shimmering example of not being held back by size. It can out-maneuver and out-fly birds ten times its size. Find out how in this colorful book."
    "Australia is home to animals that are like no others in the world. Come on ""down under"" to see the unusual development of newborn koalas and high-stepping kangaroos. The platypus and echidna also star."
    "Australia is home to animals that are like no others in the world. Come on ""down under"" to see the unusual development of newborn koalas and high-stepping kangaroos. The platypus and echidna also star."
    "Join orangutans in the high life--about 70 feet high, that is. These ""people of the forest"" invite kids to a Tarzan-like world of swinging vines and tropical heat, where all the rules for living on the ground are broken."
    "Ostrich racehorses? Ostrich sheep herders? Learn of the unique relationships between people and ostriches, and some of the strange characteristics of their relatives: the cassowaries, kiwis, rheas, and emus."
    A lot of kids don't realize an owl can't move its eyes inside its head--it has to turn its entire head if it wants to see in a new direction. But can an owl really turn its head around 360 degrees? Who-o-o can pass up the chance to find out the answer?
    "What color is a polar bear? The answers are unexpected: its skin is black, its fur made up of colorless hollow ""tubes."" Find out how these giants of the north hunt, raise their young, and keep warm in an incredibly forbidding environment."
    Tiger species are dying off at an alarming rate. Four of the five species left number fewer than 700 individuals. Tigers educates students about the plight of the tiger--the first step toward saving them.
    "We went in search of the best footage we could find to complement Zoobooks magazine and we hit the jackpot! Wait until you and the young ones set eyes on these amazing creatures--in habitat footage like you've never seen before! What a wonderful way to watch the animals in Zoobooks come to life! Titles include: The Kitty Kats, Beetlemania, Totally Reptile, Baby Talk, Crazy Creepy Crawlers and Zoo of the Wild. You'll be glad you added these amazing DVDS to your family collection! Run time: 70 minutes per DVD, a total of 3 1/2 hours of wildlife viewing!"
    "Kids like knowing things adults don't always know. Zebras will equip them to be young field scientists, able to identify one species from another and to share little-known facts--such as the fact that foals have manes that run all the way from their heads to their tails!"
    "The perfect gift for babies and toddlers! Baby photos of all kinds: seal, flamingo, zebra, deer, rabbit, wallaby, lemur, human, and more, grace the pages of this toddler-tough book. Explore body parts common to various animals and learn how all babies eat, play, and sleep. Zoobies is full of lift-the-flap and peekaboo surprises, fits little hands perfectly, and fosters a love of reading right from the start. For ages 0-5."
    You'll love exploring nature with your preschooler as you zoom along in this Zootles book.Young children will explore the wild world of frogs. Kids will marvel at the exquisite photographs of both familiar and most unusual frogs. They'll learn how a tadpole develops into a frog and other fun frog facts.
    "Enjoy the best wildlife writing for preschoolers with this Zootles book! Young children will explore the wild world of the great apes in this book. They'll learn about gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, and orangutans, then discover how monkeys differ from apes."
    "Cuddle up to these playful pandas through vibrant photography and adorable illustrations. You and your little learner will encounter these bamboo-loving bears and learn about their diet, habitat, and origin. Did you know that a panda is the size of a stick of butter when it is born? Discover more interesting facts as you flip through the pages of this toddler-sized board book!"
    "You'll love exploring nature with your preschooler as you burrow into this Zootles book.Young children will explore the both wild and pet rabbits. They'll learn how rabbits use their ears, noses, tongues, and tails, then enjoy a charming story about baby rabbits' first adventure out of the burrow into the meadow."
    "You'll love exploring nature with your preschooler as you burrow into this Zootles book.Young children will explore the both wild and pet rabbits. They'll learn how rabbits use their ears, noses, tongues, and tails, then enjoy a charming story about baby rabbits' first adventure out of the burrow into the meadow."
    "Run with zebras on the plains of Africa! Learn how zebras play, live, and survive together through magnificent photography, whimsical watercolors, and easy-to-read text. Then read the book again and count the zebras 1 to 5. Find out the color of zebra skin from the amazing facts in the did-you-know section on the back cover."
    "The Crocodile Hunter has made them famous--now is your chance to fill kids in on their ancient past, their danger to humans, and their well-deserved reputation as doting parents."
    "Back by popular demand, Animal Champions 2 lets kids walk in the steps of different animals. Do they want to jump as high as a flea? A flea can leap 200 times its body length--to the top of a 50-story building, in human terms."
    "We all know cheetahs can keep up with traffic on the freeway, but is everyone aware that from a standing start, a cheetah can accelerate faster than a racecar? Kids may be so intrigued that they will want to get out a stopwatch and see how fast they can accelerate."
    "Your littlest learners will take flight and explore the elegant world of flamingos with spectacular photographs, colorful watercolors, and easy read-aloud text. They'll be tickled pink as they study the long legs, neck, and wings of the flamingo and see how they fit a wetlands habitat. Then don't forget to count the flamingos 1 to 5, making this a fine feathered-friend counting book! Find out how the flamingo gets its color in the fascinating facts on the back cover."
    "Welcome to a miniature world of incredible color and variety. Only insects can fool predators into thinking they are leaves, sticks, or thorns. Find out what makes an insect an insect, and see their catalog of clever survival tools."
    "Some say dolphins may be as intelligent as people. We present the facts in an impartial way that encourages kids to develop their own opinions. They'll have fun, too, with the stories of human-dolphin encounters and the explanation of dolphin ""sonar."""
    Scientists still don't have these birds entirely figured out. How can some waterfowl migrate both day and night and not get lost? Learn about North America's flyways to find a front row seat for these incredible yearly migrations.
    "Learn about the elephant, an animal with a trunk so versatile it can lift a huge log or pick a delicate flower. Kids will be thrilled by the legend of Cyclops, engrossed in images of stampeding elephant ancestors, and fascinated by scale examples of the food an elephant can consume in a year."
    "From the Elusive to the Massive, the Dangerous to the Passive, Discover Them All! Get a giraffe's-eye view of Africa's animals, from the mighty elephant to the reclusive gorilla. Marvel at an elephant's trunk that can uproot a tree or pick up a dime. Compare your foot to a giraffe's--which foot is likely to be larger than a dinner plate? Find out why some big cats live alone, and some live in groups. And meet the animal whose name literally means ""hairy person."" Set includes Elephants, Giraffes, Big Cats, and Gorillas softcover books."
    Ever wondered what happens when a hippo gets angry? Here's the chance to find out from a safe distance. Zoom in on those 20-inch canines and those sledgehammer heads--defensive tools of the animal considered to be the most dangerous in Africa.
    Ever wondered what happens when a hippo gets angry? Here's your chance to find out from a safe distance. Zoom in on those 20-inch canines and those sledgehammer heads--defensive tools of the animal considered to be the most dangerous in Africa.
    "Who can imagine two or three baby birds in a nest the size of a quarter? The hummingbird, small but mighty, is a shimmering example of not being held back by size. They can out-maneuver and out-fly birds ten times their size--find out how in this colorful book."
    This encore book on inects zeroes in on insect communication and socialization. Some insect endeavors will amaze children--like African termite mounds that can exceed heights of 40 feet or the little house of bubbles made by the spittle bug.

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