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Children's LiteratureWhat kind of animals eat grass, fruit, and bark and are as large as a school bus? The animals featured in this member of the "Animals I See at the Zoo/Animales que veo en el zoológico" series fit this description. In this book, readers will learn all sorts of interesting tidbits about elephants. These gigantic animals use their trunks not only for eating and drinking, but also for spraying dust on their backs to protect their skin from the sun. They also use their super spraying powers to give themselves cool water baths on hot days. Full-page color photographs accompany each page of bilingual text and show adorable baby elephants as well as amazingly huge elephants. Specifically designed for small, group instructional learning, this short, easy to read book will delight children in all settings: group, classroom, school, and home environments. The end of the book also features a glossary, an index, and a page of additional print and electronic resources about elephants. 2004, Weekly Reader Early Learning Library, Ages 4 to 7.
—Ramirose Attebury Wendt <%END%>