Animals at Home by David Lock

By David Lock

To be used IN faculties AND LIBRARIES in simple terms. those new titles within the DK Readers line introduce young children to a number of animals and their habitats, from squirrels that stay in timber to the frozen tundras of northern Canada, domestic to the polar undergo. every one booklet positive aspects full-color pictures, sidebars, a

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Bats may sleep in the attic. Tiny bugs live in the carpets and the furniture. We all want a warm home with food nearby. 30 31 Glossary Cocoon a silk-wrapped case made by an insect Drey a squirrel’s nest Lodge a beaver’s home Shell a hard covering on an animal’s back Web a spider’s home, made from its silk 32 Index attic 30 burrow 13, 20, 29 cells 10, 23 cocoons 18, 19, 32 compost heaps 24 dreys 28, 32 hive 22, 23 houses 30 leaves 24 lodges 14, 15, 32 logs 24 mound 8 nest 5, 6, 10, 28 setts 29 shells 4, 16, 32 tide pools 26 trees 7, 28 tunnel 9, 13 warren 5 webs 20, 21, 32 READERS My name is I have read this book Date ✔ READERS Where do animals live?

Squirrels build homes called dreys in the tree trunk. drey 28 Insects live in the bark or on the leaves. Badgers build burrows called setts among the roots. 29 We are not the only ones who live in our dry, cozy houses. Bats may sleep in the attic. Tiny bugs live in the carpets and the furniture. We all want a warm home with food nearby. 30 31 Glossary Cocoon a silk-wrapped case made by an insect Drey a squirrel’s nest Lodge a beaver’s home Shell a hard covering on an animal’s back Web a spider’s home, made from its silk 32 Index attic 30 burrow 13, 20, 29 cells 10, 23 cocoons 18, 19, 32 compost heaps 24 dreys 28, 32 hive 22, 23 houses 30 leaves 24 lodges 14, 15, 32 logs 24 mound 8 nest 5, 6, 10, 28 setts 29 shells 4, 16, 32 tide pools 26 trees 7, 28 tunnel 9, 13 warren 5 webs 20, 21, 32 READERS My name is I have read this book Date ✔ READERS Where do animals live?

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