Sticks & Stones, Animal Homes
written by Tai Snaith
Thames and Hudson | ISBN 9780500500439
Hardback – 36 pages
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Everyone likes to build cubbies and play house. Find out where 15 animals make their homes in countries around the world. Some weave, some burrow, some build and some just get lucky. Which house would you most like to share? Following on from the success of The Family Hour in Australia, Tai Snaith’s latest book focuses on animal habitats around the world. More specifically, species that use interesting building methods or those with symbiotic relationships with other organisms have been chosen. The illustrations of these anthropomorphic animals are delightfully drawn and the book also includes extended facts about each animal on a featured facts page.
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