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Odd Bods: The World's Unusual Animals

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Long snouts, bright-red lips, pointy heads . . . the animal kingdom is full of critters with unique features. Learn about the incredible adaptations that help these creatures--and their odd bods--survive and thrive all around the globe!
This is a high interest nonfiction picture book with photos suited to children K-3.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Expected publication: March 2nd 2021 by Millbrook Press (Tm)
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The ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!
A short and interesting book about animals with unusual yet useful features. The photos in this book were outstanding, and there's always a demand for animal fact books. This book reminded me a bit of (and could be paired with) Jess Keating's The World of Weird Animals series... but was a bit more simple. Odd Bods is the length of a picture book and doesn't have a lot of text or informati
The bright photographs in this nonfiction title make it an enticing skim. However, the information for each animal makes leaves a lot to be desired. It's that weird limbo between too mature to be a picture book, but too immature in content to be of interest to elementary-aged kids. ...more
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I am an Australian children's writer, and former zoologist and zookeeper.
I write fiction and nonfiction, including picture books and information books, poems and short stories. They are internationally published in Trade and Education markets; two are in award-winning series, and others have been shortlisted for the Wilderness Society Environment Award for Children's Literature.
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