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All About Rattlesnakes

by Jim Arnosky

Published by Scholastic, 1997
28 pages
ISBN: 0-590-46794-8

Ages 4 - 8

The fourth entry in Arnosky's series to provide young children with scientific information about common animal species, All About Rattlesnakes opens with some questions: How dangerous are rattlesnakes? Do they bite people? Where do they live? How many kinds of rattlesnakes are there? Arnosky uses concise text and accurate, realistic illustrations to answer these questions. Earlier titles in the series are All About Alligators (Scholastic, 1994), All About Owls (Scholastic, 1995), and All About Deer (Scholastic, 1996). CCBC categories: The Natural World.  © Cooperative Children's Book Center


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