Endangered Animals: A 3D Pocket Guide  -     By: Sarah Young
    Illustrated By: Sarah Young
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Endangered Animals: A 3D Pocket Guide

Illustrated By: Sarah Young
Candlewick Press / 2014 / Hardcover

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 30
Vendor: Candlewick Press
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 0763669857
ISBN-13: 9780763669850
Ages: 5-9

Publisher's Description

Discover twelve endangered species in this fascinating, fold-out pocket guide in a handy case. Pop-ups, too!

Humans are increasing the rate of extinction by up to 10,000 times — and here is a compelling look at some of the most endangered animals. What if the world had no more giant pandas? Or Siberian tigers, Asian elephants, or Sumatran orangutans? Would the ocean be the same without leatherback turtles or Hector’s dolphins? Explore these and six more species in a guide with a helpful glossary.

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Readers can pull the accordion-folded pages from the book’s small box to see information on different creatures. When readers reach the end of the first six animals, they can flip the book over for six more. Subtle watercolors in blue and green tones display each animal in its environment. Scientific names are included...
—School Library Journal

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