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Hiders seekers finders keepers : how animals adapt in winter

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"When winter comes, animals seem to know just what to do. From frogs to deer to dragonflies, whether they're hiding, seeking or simply staying put, many animals have found ingenious ways to survive the cold. In this poetic exploration of just how they do that, expressive text and non-fiction sidebars seamlessly combine to carry young readers through late fall to early spring. Readers learn about all the different kinds of hibernation, how animals migrate to warmer places, and which animals stay behind in the snow. Non-fiction sidebars inform about animal adaptations, like how box turtles can slow down their heartbeats and ladybugs pack themselves together in large colonies to keep warm. Detailed illustrations show each animal's special tricks and skills, with stunning close-ups of migrating monarch butterflies, playful foxes, and more. Readers can follow the slow fade of winter into spring via the artwork, making for a secondary visual storyline to follow the evocative text."--

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Avon Free Library PIC 591.56 KUL (Text)
Children's Nonfiction Picture Books
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Naples Library J 578.43 KUL (Text)
Children's Nonfiction
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Victor Farmington Library J 591.56 KUL (Text)
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