Collection Quel(le)s drôles de...
Animals are adapted for their environments in fascinating ways. In these books, students will follow the hilarious stories of children whose hair, teeth, feet and eyes are replaced by those of animals! They will be too busy laughing to notice that they are actually learning about biology and adaptation.
Why do porcupines have quills in their fur? What is the purpose of a snake's fangs? An exploration of why animals have certain adaptations and how these characteristics help them in the wild. 4 full colour books, 32 pages each.