The three-toed sloth is topsy-turvy most of the time. The upside-down jellyfish rests on its back to feed. Skunks do stink-warning headstands and mallards upend in this colourful, interactive exploration of the hows and whys of upside-down animal behaviour.
In Animals Upside Down striking, texture-rich, cut-paper artwork by the Caldecott Honor artist Steve Jenkins reveals how, for most animals, an occasional flip or dip is a matter of survival! (The fascinating glossary of twenty-six creatures is best read right-side up).