Snakes

Snakes

Book - 2012
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YIKES!!! Join naturalist Nic Bishop for a closer look at scaly, scary snakes!

Snakes are scaly, scary, silent predators. They use powerful venom or crushing strength to overwhelm their victims. Then they swallow them whole!

With breathtaking full-page images, Sibert Medal-winning photographer Nic Bishop introduces the terrifying and beautiful world of snakes. The simple, engaging text presents both basic information and captivating details about the appearance, habits, and remarkable abilities of these amazing reptiles. An index and glossary are included, along with an author's note detailing his research and the fun stories behind the photographs.

Publisher: New York, NY : Scholastic Nonfiction, c2012.
ISBN: 9780545206389
Characteristics: 48 p. :,col. ill. ;,29 cm.

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muffinpopcorn
Dec 04, 2017

Very interesting and informative . Great pictures of snakes .

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DickyMicky
Oct 06, 2017

Sssssssssss..... To me, snakes rank in the top 10 as being the creepiest critters on the face of this planet. Some are harmless. Some are definitely not. This informative book gives the curious reader an insider's look at many different species of snakes from around the world.

Alicia_Keys Jul 15, 2014

These pictures are amazing probably better than National Geographic's!

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bridge1
Oct 20, 2012

Snakes are not scary; shame on you for perpetuating this untruth. Snakes are warm, beautiful creatures who have special adaptations for their environment. Not all snakes are harmful to humans; however, they all should be treated with respect. Lovely book!

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