Likes living in trees or on the ground? Herbivore or omnivore. Is it a porcupine or a hedgehog? Readers will learn how these adorable spiky mammals are alike and how they differ.
A photo-illustrated book for early readers about the shih tzu dog breed. Describes this small dog’s unique features, social behaviors, and how they act as pets. Includes a photo diagram, fun facts, table of contents, glossary, and further resources.
Colorful or dull. Wings up or wings down. Active at night or prefers daylight. Is it a butterfly or moth? Learn how these beautiful insects are alike and how they differ.
Red pandas waddle when they walk and love to sleep. Read more about red pandas at the zoo.
You may know that some animals play like they’re dead to avoid predators. Did you know that one animal mimics the sound of the baby of its prey? Some animals are really tricky!
Which animal swallows its food whole and then doesn’t eat again for weeks? And did you know one animal eats only one food all its life? But it eats a lot of that food!
Which animal’s head is shaped like a shovel and covered in bumps? Did you know two animals have wiggly worm-like flesh to attract prey? Some animals are pretty ugly!
Long snout. Big teeth. Hard scales. Lives in warm climates. Is it an alligator or a crocodile? Readers will learn how these beasts from the age of dinosaurs are alike and how they differ!
If there were Animal Olympics, some animals would be gold medal winners! Which animal could compete in synchronized swimming? Which animal would win gold in the marathon?
Which animal can find its way through a maze and even learn shortcuts? And which animal is so smart it lets cars do the hard work of cracking open its food?
Long floppy ears. Big teeth. Running or hopping. Is it a rabbit or a hare? Learn how these popular and cuddly animals are alike and how they differ!
All tortoises are turtles, but not all turtles are tortoises. Read to learn more about tortoises at the zoo.
Lions have a very loud roar that can be heard from many miles away. Learn about lions at the zoo.
Cheetahs are so fast. The cheetah is the fastest animal at the zoo. Read more about cheetahs at the zoo.
Polar bears are big bears with white fur. Unlike other bears, polar bears do not truly hibernate. Read more about polar bears at the zoo.
The tigers' orange, black and white pattern of fur help them blend into the forest. Read more about tigers at the zoo.
Discover some of the fascinating kinds of birds that make their homes around the pond.
Rhinoceroses have giant horns on their heads. Rhino means nose in Greek. Read more about rhinoceroses at the zoo.
In the wild, penguins are only found in the southern hemisphere. Read more about penguins at the zoo.
Danny is at the farm. Danny goes outside to look for Lucky the Pony. He is surprised by the different things the pony can do.
Danny and Bee are playing outside when they come across a black and white cat. Uh oh! That is not a cat! Danny and Bee learn the hard way to stay away from skunks!
Danny watches with amazement as a caterpillar transforms into a beautiful butterfly.
Flamingos are pink birds who like to stand on one leg. Although 4-5 feet tall, adult flamingos only weigh 4-5 pounds. Read more about flamingos at the zoo.
The giraffe is the tallest mammal at the zoo. Find out more about the physical adaptations of the giraffe.
Elephants are one of the largest land mammals. Learn more about elephants at the zoo.