Some of the scariest creatures in nature can take over the minds of others. That's how they get what they want. Their victims are zombie creatures.
Is there mounting evidence from eyewitness stories and grainy photographs proving the existence of monsters like Bigfoot or Yeti, or do people see what they want to see?
Not all soldiers walk on two legs. There are dogs in the military. They fight for our country alongside human troops. Protecting troops by sniffing out bombs is a big job. These dogs save lives.
How did Edison help movies get started? What was Technicolor? How do 3-D glasses work? Who was Dar Robinson? Has a movie ever amazed you?
Who was Homer? What was the ball game? What does a skeleton do? Did Allan Ray's eye pop out? Have you ever been hurt playing sports?
From hermit crabs that make a home out of anything they can find to tiny termites that build tall towers, animals of all kinds are architects! In this engaging nonfiction reader, elementary children will learn about these amazing animal architects and the things they build for habitation and camoflauge through vivid images, stimulating facts, informational text, a helpful glossary, and a reference list of useful websites.
Blobfish, pangolin, and flower mantis are just a few of the names of the bizarre bugs and animals that readers will learn about in this fascinating nonfiction title. Through vibrant images and photos, informational text, a glossary of terms, and an index, readers will learn some of the strange ways that arthopods, invertebrates, and mammals have adapted over time to camoflauge themselves and develop interesting ways to keep predators away.