What Makes a Monster: Discovering the World's Scariest Creatures (The World of Weird Animals)

What Makes a Monster:  Discovering the World's Scariest Creatures  (The World of Weird Animals)

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Illustrator
Publisher
Knopf Books for Young Readers 2017
Curriculum
Science Curriculum

Monsters are real—and they're everywhere in nature! Animal Planet meets Godzilla in this nonfiction picture book that puts the "Ack!" into backyard science.   Some people think monsters are the stuff of nightmares—the stuff of scary movies and Halloween. But monsters can also be found right in your backyard. Animals like aye-ayes, goblin sharks and vampire bats may look scary, but they pose no threat to humans. Others, such as the prairie dog, seem innocent—cute, even—yet their behavior could give you goose bumps. What makes a monster? Read this book to find out, if you dare. . . . Jess Keating and David DeGrand, the author illustrator team behind Pink Is for Blobfish will have readers shrieking with laughter at this latest installment to the World of Weird Animals series.--from the publisher

48  pages         978-0553512304      Ages  6-9

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