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What Animals Eat (Kingfisher Readers Level 2)

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What’s for dinner? This book starts with this essential question and then goes on to examine the diets of sixteen different animals, from elephants and giraffes to sharks, woodpeckers, and even humans. The concepts of carnivore, herbivore, and omnivore are all introduced and then reinforced throughout with symbols for each animal. The book concludes with an explanation of ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published March 27th 2012 by Kingfisher (first published January 1st 2012)
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Romanus Elangwe
Apr 12, 2014 Romanus Elangwe rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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The illustrator, Thea Feldman has simplified the teaching of the contents of this book by providing beautiful pictures of animals and what they eat.

Deer for example eat leaves, nuts, fruits and grains and they are called, herbivores. Animals that eat meat like tigers for example, are called carnivores. Animals that eat plants and meat like bears and chicken, are called omnivores.

Elephants, giraffes, and cows eat plants (grass) and are called herbivores. Sea animals: Sharks and whales eat fish a
Romanaus Elangwe
Brenda Stones's book (What Animals Eat)indicates what different animals including "man" eat; it gives the names of animals and what they eat and classify them into different groups. For example, tigers and lions eat meat, and they are classified as carnivores; animals that eat plants, nuts, fruits and grain are classified as herbivores and those that eat plants and meat are classified as omnivores, and for people who do not eat meat, they are "vegetarian." The author attempts to name many types ...more
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