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Why Do Tigers Have Stripes?

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-- Introduces young children to fundamental aspects of nature, science and technology

-- Inspired by the questions children ask about the world around them

-- Simple text and detailed illustrations answer questions in clear, step-by-step stages

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Published June 1st 2006 by Usborne Books (first published January 1st 1993)
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Nichole
My son and I read this as a part of Sonlight's P4/5 curriculum. We stayed on schedule and only read one or two pages everyday. This is an interesting book with lots of little tidbits of information. The book explains why animals look the way they do and why certain colors and/or patterns help animals survive in the wild. I'm amazed at not only how my son learned from this book, but how much I did as well. My son looked forward to reading this everyday and would often explain the things we learne ...more
Andrea
Aug 23, 2011 Andrea rated it it was amazing
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We couldn't read this all in one sitting because there is a lot of information on each page. But taking it three pages at a time worked well and I even learned a lot! Great book for them to grow into.
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Read this to my littlest as a science lesson, he loved it! Great pictures and easy explanations of animals' coloring. Good for little ears to be read aloud, great for older kids to read on their own too!
Shakila Lightfoot
It's a great informational piece. It helps students think about other thing they "wonder" about that ma not be stated.
Stephanie
Dec 21, 2012 Stephanie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Another favorite of the boys. This is a fun book to be read and discussed. It teaches how animals uses, colors, patterns, and shadows for protection, hunting, and attracting the opposite sex.
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