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What in the Wild?

By , (Author), Dwight Kuhn (Photographer)

Hardcover published by Tricycle Press (Random House Children's Books)

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From the creative team that brought us Where in the Wild? and Where ELSE in the Wild? come 10 new mysteries of the natural world for readers to solve. Kid-pleasing riddles paired with mystifying images give clues to guess: What creature made that pile of twigs, mass of leaves, frothy spittle, and so on...And why? As with the other books, answers are found by opening a generous gatefold and revealing full-color photographs.
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From the creative team that brought us Where in the Wild? and Where ELSE in the Wild? come 10 new mysteries of the natural world for readers to solve. Kid-pleasing riddles paired with mystifying images give clues to guess: What creature made that pile of twigs, mass of leaves, frothy spittle, and so on...And why? As with the other books, answers are found by opening a generous gatefold and revealing full-color photographs.
Product Details
Hardcover (44 pages)
Published: August 24, 2010
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Imprint: Tricycle Press
ISBN: 9781582463100
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