Whose Teeth Are These?

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Open wide and say "Ah" with Whose Teeth Are These? This latest addition to Wayne Lynch's animals series is a close-up look at creatures in the wild. From shy Tasmanian devils to deadly diamondback rattlesnakes, kids are sure to eat up these fun-filled facts and come back for seconds.

About the series Whose? Animals: Author and photographer Wayne Lynch reveals the world of wild animals. Each creature is introduced by showing a photo highlighting...

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Overview

Open wide and say "Ah" with Whose Teeth Are These? This latest addition to Wayne Lynch's animals series is a close-up look at creatures in the wild. From shy Tasmanian devils to deadly diamondback rattlesnakes, kids are sure to eat up these fun-filled facts and come back for seconds.

About the series Whose? Animals: Author and photographer Wayne Lynch reveals the world of wild animals. Each creature is introduced by showing a photo highlighting one feature and some clues. Then the complete animal is pictured along with more facts.

Asks the reader to identify various animals from descriptions of their teeth and provides information about the physical characteristics and behavior of each animal.

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature
Whose Teeth are These? is part of the "Name that Animal!" series. The book is set up as a guessing game. On one page the author has a photograph of an animal's teeth and gives clues as to what the animal is. Then, the reader turns the page to learn "whose teeth are these?" Unlike most of the other books in this series, most of the examples are actually easy for older children to guess. Partially this is due to clues that are a little more specific and pictures that often show more than just the teeth of the animal. Also, this book shows a wide variety of animal teeth—from elk to rattlesnakes and from walruses to cougars. With the exception of the marine iguana, all the animals are relatively common enough for a child to guess. The text is decent and the photographs are interesting. One problem, however, is that the text is on a lower level than that of a child who would actually be able to guess the various animals. However, this might be a good thing if a child is on a lower reading level and a higher interest level. 2003 (orig. 2001), Gareth Stevens Publishing,
— Joella Peterson
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552852040
  • Publisher: Whitecap Books, Limited
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Series: Whose.? Animal
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 928,627
  • Age range: 4 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 7.70 (h) x 0.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Wayne Lynch is the author of award-winning books and television documentaries, a popular guest lecturer, and a well-known and widely published professional wildlife photographer. His children's books include Penguins! and Bears, Bears, Bears; his books for adults include Owls of the United States and Canada and Penguins of the World.
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