The Big Book of Wild Cats: Fun Animal Facts for Kids
Illustrated By: Boris Stoilov
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The Big Book of Wild Cats: Fun Animal Facts for Kids  -     By: Rachael Smith
    Illustrated By: Boris Stoilov

The Big Book of Wild Cats: Fun Animal Facts for Kids

Illustrated By: Boris Stoilov
Rockridge Press / 2020 / Paperback

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Did you know that wild cats can be found on every continent except Antarctica? That’s right, there’s a whole world of wild cats to discover in this detailed animal facts book! The Big Book of Wild Cats is packed with life-like illustrations, colorful photos, and fascinating facts about 37 wild cat species that live all over the world. Discover details about each one’s appearance, sound, habitat, social structure, hunting habits, and how they raise their young. Fast facts and maps that show where each cat lives provide the vital information that all young naturalists want to know. 140 pages, softcover. Grades 4 – 6.

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Title: The Big Book of Wild Cats: Fun Animal Facts for Kids
By: Rachael Smith
Illustrated By: Boris Stoilov
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 140
Vendor: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 9.0 X 8.5 (inches)
Weight: 13 ounces
ISBN: 1646110609
ISBN-13: 9781646110605
Series: Fascinating Facts for Kids
Stock No: WW6110605

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Explore the wonderful world of wild cats—an encyclopedia for kids ages 7 to 10

Did you know that wild cats can be found on every continent except Antarctica? That's right—there's a whole world of wild cats to discover in this standout among animal facts books for kids! The Big Book of Wild Cats is packed with life-like illustrations, colorful photos, and fascinating facts about wild cats.

Everything animal facts books for kids should be, this book has in-depth information about all 37 species of wild cats. Discover details about each one's appearance, habitat, social structure, hunting habits, and how they raise their young. Whether you're writing a school report or just want to learn about wild cats, you'll have a roaring good time with The Big Book of Wild Cats.

All animal facts books for kids should include:
  • Cats by continent—Unlike other animal facts books for kids, this one has illustrated maps showing which wild cats live on each continent around the globe.
  • Endangered cats—Find out ways you can do your part to help endangered wild cats like tigers and snow leopards.
  • Helpful definitions—Discover an easy-to-understand glossary for some of the more advanced words in this exciting choice among animal facts books for kids.

Bring the excitement of wild cats into your own home (safely!) with facts and pictures you won't find in other animal facts books for kids. The Big Book of Wild Cats has it all!

Author Bio

RACHAEL SMITH is a former first grade teacher with a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education. She is the founder and curriculum designer of LiteracywiththeLittles.com, which features crafts and activities designed to help little ones develop a love of learning.

Editorial Reviews

"If you are looking for the perfect wild cat book for your child, this is it! This book is loaded with interesting facts about wild cats—it will keep your child wanting to read more!" —Diana Kucko, Elementary at HEART
"The Big Book of Wild Cats is everything I could hope for in a children’s animal book. It is filled with incredible images and engaging facts that will keep children entertained through the entire book! I can’t wait to use it in my classroom as we write animal reports." —Laurin Brainard, The Primary Brain
"The Big Book of Wild Cats is a must-have for classroom libraries, particularly at the elementary level. With its organized format and realistic illustrations, it would be an ideal nonfiction resource for any unit on animals or lessons related to text features. This book will delight inquisitive students wanting to know more about all kinds of species of wild cats, from lions to lynx. It comes highly recommended to educators, parents, and all cat lovers!" —Shannon Olsen, second grade teacher

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