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How and Why Do Animals Build Homes?

By: Bobbie Kalman(Author)
24 pages, colour photos
How and Why Do Animals Build Homes?
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  • How and Why Do Animals Build Homes? ISBN: 9780778705987 Paperback Jun 2015 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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  • How and Why Do Animals Build Homes? ISBN: 9780778705444 Hardback Oct 2014 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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From homes in the trees, on and under the ground, and even in the water, animals are masters at building structures. This interesting book – How and Why do Animals Build Homes? – shows how animals build different kinds of shelters to protect them from weather and predators, and provide a safe place to have babies.



Age Level: 5 to 10 years

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By: Bobbie Kalman(Author)
24 pages, colour photos
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