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Uncover a Tiger

by Paul Beck
 
The cats have certainly earned their stripes in this Parents' Choice Recommended Award Winner! Tigers are the largest member of the cat family. In fact, some males grow more than 10 feet long. Tigers can eat 100 pounds of meat in a single day and, like people’s fingerprints, no two tigers share the same stripe pattern. Young readers uncover the secrets of this

Overview

The cats have certainly earned their stripes in this Parents' Choice Recommended Award Winner! Tigers are the largest member of the cat family. In fact, some males grow more than 10 feet long. Tigers can eat 100 pounds of meat in a single day and, like people’s fingerprints, no two tigers share the same stripe pattern. Young readers uncover the secrets of this magnificent predator, layer by layer, in Uncover a Tiger. This extraordinary kit brings together the best elements of a traditional book with an incredible 3-D model. With every turn of the page, readers see a tiger deconstructed before their eyes. It’s a fascinating adventure, filled with wild facts, amazing illustrations, and diagrams that bring this awesome animal to life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781592237067
Publisher:
Silver Dolphin Books
Publication date:
10/28/2007
Series:
Uncover Books Series
Pages:
16
Product dimensions:
10.20(w) x 11.60(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range:
8 Years

Meet the Author

Paul Beck has been writing about science for kids and adults for about seven years, most recently he has done several articles for Popular Science magazine, and interactive science exhibits. He is especially interested in high tech applications for music and linguistics, which figure prominently in the technology used in the talking robot clock. His Music and Psychology Bachelor of Arts are from the University of Colorado, his Linguistics Master is from the University of Washington.

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