Who can resist a pocket-sized, bad-tempered, color-changing, swivel-eyed, snail-paced, long-tongued sharpshooter? Kids won't be able to after reading Martin Jenkins's amazing portrait of chameleons. With the eye of a scientist and the enthusiasm of a child, Martin Jenkins reveals the very cool facts about chameleons' life and anatomy. Did you know, for example, that most of a chameleon's eye is covered in skin, like the rest of its body? It sees through a tiny peephole in the middle! Sue Shields's vivid watercolor close-ups ...

Chameleons Are Cool: Read and Wonder 2001, Candlewick Press (MA), Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9780763611392

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Chameleons Are Cool: Read and Wonder 1998, Candlewick Press (MA), Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9780763601447

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