VeryGood+ unmarked. (Books for Youing Explorers) Explains how wild animals have divergent diets and habits, for young readers. Nice bright clean tight copy. 8-1/4 x 10-1/4, 34 pp, color photos, gray endpapers.
Dinnertime for Animals is one of many volumes in the Books For Young Explorers Series published by the National Geographic Society. This book portrays the eating habits, diets, and methods of gathering food of many different kinds of animals. Some animals eat plants, some eat other animals, and others will eat almost anything. Some animals use tools, claws, or bills to gather food. Woodpeckers, ants, camels, and bees are animals that store their food. The book also shows how some animals feed their young. With photographs on every page, this book is ideal for your young animal lover. Highly recommended.
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