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Wolves

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Second edition, new and updated.

"From the beloved science writer Gail Gibbons, rethink what you know about big bad wolves in this kid-friendly, illustrated guide with the latest facts from experts. While most people think of hungry fangs when they think of wolves, modern research has proven wolves are not the dangerous threat many thought them to be. This new edition, vetted by an expert, presents the latest scientific information on wolves in language accessible for young readers through vibrant, detailed illustrations and easy-to-read text. Kids will love seeing wolves roam the snowy, watercolor landscape while learning new, surprising facts about this often-misunderstood animal. Wolves tend to be shy and live peacefully among themselves in territories as large as 500 square miles. Pack leaders mate for life, and pack member hunt together, share food, and protect each other. See how wolves communicate with clearly labelled and expressive artwork. Read updated information on wolf hunting territories and the wolf pup development. Bonus pages include myths and legends about wolves, and a list of curious facts. Author of over 120 nonfiction books for kids, including the Gorillas and Migration, and with hundreds of thousands of books sold, Gail Gibbons continues to bring science to kids in this deep dive into the lives of wolves."--

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Cordelia A. Greene Library - Castile J 599.7 GIB (Text)
Children's Nonfiction
52136000274323
Checked out
02/16/2023
This copy is new and can only be picked up at this library.
Macedon Public Library JUV 599.7 GIB (Text)
Juvenile Nonfiction
52121300774677
Checked out
02/14/2023
This copy is new and can only be picked up at this library.

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