Time to Eat

Time to Eat

Animals Who Hide and Save Their Food

Book - 1995
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Baker & Taylor
Introduces the eating habits of a variety of animals, from the kangaroo rat to the great horned owl and the honeybee

Firefly Books Ltd

From chickadees to leopards, from kangaroo rats to crocodile, animals all over the world hide and save their food in amazing ways. Where do you think an ant would store honey? Why does a beaver need a frozen pond to keep its dinner? You won't believe the clever ways all sorts of creatures ensure they have enough to eat. A quiz tempts you to revisit your favorite animals, and there's even a puzzle for extra fun!

About the series:
Amazing Things Animals Do is a series of books designed to introduce children to the many special wonders of animal behavior.

Publisher: Toronto : Owl Books, c1995
ISBN: 9781895688368
Branch Call Number: JX 591.53 BAI
Characteristics: 32 p. :,ill. ;,26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Caron, Romi - Illustrator


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