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by Terry Smith,Diane Swanson


Awards Silver Birch Non-Fiction Awards 1998 - Animals Eat the Weirdest Things (Shortlisted) Our Choice (Awarded by the Canadian Children's Book Centre) 1999 - Animals Eat . Diane Swanson grew up in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Awards Silver Birch Non-Fiction Awards 1998 - Animals Eat the Weirdest Things (Shortlisted) Our Choice (Awarded by the Canadian Children's Book Centre) 1999 - Animals Eat The Weirdest Things Information Book Award 1999 - Animals Eat the Weirdest Things (Shortlisted) Hackmatack Book Prizes (Atlantic Canada) 2001 - Animals Eat the Weirdest Things (Shortlisted) Red Cedar Awards 2001 - Animals Eat the Weirdest Things (Shortlisted). When she was a child, she collected rocks, watched insects, went swimming, and ate ice cream cones. She could make paper dolls and play the piano.

by Diane Swanson & illustrated by Terry Smith. A people’s-eye-view of the strange and unusual eating habits found in the animal kingdom; children will be drawn to the disgusting realm of meals made of spit, vomit, cigarettes, skin, and dandruff, just to name of few. Swanson is not subtle; among the chapter headings are Ooze, Vomit and Dung, Blood, Skin, and Cast-Off Parts, Rotting Flesh and Bones. Common and little-known facts burst forth; vampire bats suck blood, the hawfinch dines on cherry pits, puffins eat whale dung, and porcupines munch sweaty wood.

Animals Eat the Weirdest Things (Whitecap Books & Henry Holt, 1998, illus. by Terry Smith) - Short-listed, Rocky Mountain Book Award, 2001

Animals Eat the Weirdest Things (Whitecap Books & Henry Holt, 1998, illus. by Terry Smith) - Short-listed, Rocky Mountain Book Award, 2001. Welcome to the World of Rabbits and Hares, 2000 Our Choice, Canadian Children's Book Centre Welcome to the World of Octopuses, 2000 Our Choice, Canadian Children's Book Centre Feet That Suck and Feed, 2000 Our Choice, Canadian Children's Book Centre Teeth That Stab and Grind, 2000 Our Choice, Canadian Children's Book Centre. Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children, 1995, for Safari Beneath the Sea. Animals Eat the.

By (author) Diane Swanson. Imprint Whitecap Books. Publication City/Country North Vancouver, Canada. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). ISBN13 9781551106939. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

This book draws you right in, from the cover to the end. It is full of all the amazing parts of survival in the animal kingdomThis book barely made it in my front door, before my children had to look it over, and all the while, learning all sorts of information. The photographs and drawings are large and beautiful, bringing out sounds of "ughhhh" and "oooooh".

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Diane Swanson is the award-winning author of many nature books for children, including Safari Beneath the Sea, for which she received NCTE's Orbis Pictus Award. She lives in Victoria, British Columbia. Terry Smith has created artwork for various environmental and wildlife organizations. This is the first book she has illustrated for young readers.

Some of the most intriguing elements of survival in the animal kingdom are the unusual--and occasionally downright bizarre--eating habits that animals have developed. One animal's leftovers or excretions may be a great source of nutrition for another. For instance, porcupines feed on deer antlers to obtain calcium; Dungeness crabs will often eat their own offspring to replenish essential proteins; vampire bats must lap up half their body weight in blood each night in order to stay healthy. Mammals, birds, and insects have adapted to their environments by eating some very surprising foods--all the while making excellent use of what nature has to offer. Filled with intriguing facts, this innovative picture book explores animal diet and cuisine with just the right mix of intelligence and humor.

Animals Eat the Weirdest Things epub download

ISBN13: 978-0805058468

ISBN: 080505846X

Author: Terry Smith,Diane Swanson

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life

Language: English

Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) (November 15, 1998)

Pages: 68 pages

ePUB size: 1512 kb

FB2 size: 1725 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 109

Other Formats: mobi doc lit lrf

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Pooker
This book draws you right in, from the cover to the end. It is full of all the amazing parts of survival in the animal kingdom
This book barely made it in my front door, before my children had to look it over, and all the while, learning all sorts of information. The photographs and drawings are large and beautiful, bringing out sounds of "ughhhh" and "oooooh". This book is really quite unique and informative.
Pooker
This book draws you right in, from the cover to the end. It is full of all the amazing parts of survival in the animal kingdom
This book barely made it in my front door, before my children had to look it over, and all the while, learning all sorts of information. The photographs and drawings are large and beautiful, bringing out sounds of "ughhhh" and "oooooh". This book is really quite unique and informative.