6 edition of All About Rattlesnakes found in the catalog.
March 1, 2002
by Scholastic Paperbacks
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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This virtual encyclopedia of the rattlesnake became a natural history sensation when it was first published in The republication of the Second Edition, with a new foreword by Harry W. Greene, will give amateur and professional herpetologists alike reason to rejoice. Volume 1 covers taxonomy, physiology, and behavior; Volume 2 concentrates on the rattlesnake's interactions with other. We Can't All Be Rattlesnakes is his fourteenth book for young readers. Buy at Local Store. Enter your zip code below to purchase from an indie close to you. Search. Online and in-store stock may differ. Please call before going to store. or. Not Currently Available for Direct Purchase.
In the book, We Can’t All Be Rattlesnakes, which of Gunnar’s friends does Crusher think is the most knowledgeable, for a human? Definition. Matthew (51) Term. In the book, We Can’t All Be Rattlesnakes, why does Crusher go to Gunnar’s school? Definition. For the pet parade (68). When Crusher the snake is captured, her only thought is to escape, but as she befriends the other inmates of the "zoo," she realizes that freedom also means lea.
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We Can't All Be Rattlesnakes Paperback – October 4, by Patrick Jennings (Author) › Visit Amazon's Patrick Jennings Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(27). "All about Rattlesnakes" is an informational picture book which aims at teaching young readers and developing their knowledge concerning snakes.
At the beginning of the book, the author poses questions which he is going to explain further and informs the reader about the main theme of the book/5.
We Can't All Be Rattlesnakes by Patrick Jennings stars Crusher a Gopher snake that been captured by boy who didn't always treat them well. Crusher is interested in everything about his new environment including the weird looking grass and the magical box that keeps things cold/5.
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We Can't All Be Rattlesnakes () About book: Crusher is a gopher snake who just lost her freedom. She was captured by a boy called Gunner. As soon as Crusher is placed in her prison, a cage in the boy’s bedroom, all she can think about is getting back to her natural world outside.
All About Rattlesnakes. By Jim Arnosky, Jim Arnosky. Grades. PreK-K, Q. Genre. Non-Fiction This book discusses different kinds of rattlesnakes, what they eat, where they live, how they move, and their young.
Illustrations show types of scales and shedding of skin. The award-winning naturalist and picture book author and illustrator gives. Like a Dick King-Smith tale with a bit more bite—and a certain amount of biting—this animal-narrated episode casts a satiric light on human behavior but leaves room for compassion, too.
Captured and plunked into a bedroom tank by Gunnar, a horrible child given to tantrums, a gopher snake he dubs “Crusher” struggles to comprehend her weird new world while determinedly setting her mind.
This "All About" book will be a fun addition to your classroom and lessons on rattlesnakes. This packet can be used along with books specific to the animal or it can be used on its own. Included in this unit is a full-color poster with a colorful graphic of the animal and information on the animal 4/4(1).
Rattlesnakes. This book is AMAZING. Tons of information the entire family can understand. Also enjoyed all the videos throughout the pages of this book-and the games & puzzles at the end of book. Would recommend this book to all. Can't wait to buy and read Wildman Phil's next book!5/5(2).
How many kinds of rattlesnakes are there. Arnosky uses concise text and accurate, realistic illustrations to answer these questions. Earlier titles in the series are All About Alligators (Scholastic, ), All About Owls (Scholastic, ), and All About Deer (Scholastic, ).
Editorial Reviews. It is impossible to be neutral about this marvelous new book on rattlesnakes Three excellent appendixes contain scientific and common names (in English and Spanish) of all species of rattlesnakes, addresses of North American herpetological societies, and a glossary of biological terms relevant to : Manny Rubio.
We Can't All Be Rattlesnakes is his fourteenth book for young readers. Read an Excerpt. We Can't All Be Rattlesnakes. By Patrick Jennings. HarperCollins The book will haunt 's an international don't read it after dark!The story of Grimalkin—Book Nine of The Last Apprentice seriesGrimalkin never missed—except once.
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Select a Bookseller - Direct Link to Buy. Amazon. It is obvious that all of the authors left no stone unturned in order to provide the most current and relevant information. – Diego Oritz. If you have an avid interest in rattlesnakes, you will reread and utilize this book for a lifetime.
If you have only a passing interest in rattlesnakes, this book is a. Get this from a library. All about rattlesnakes. [Jim Arnosky] -- Discusses the life cycle, habitats, and behavior of rattlesnakes and depicts the different kinds.
All about rattlesnakes. [Jim Arnosky] -- Discusses the life cycle, habitats, and behavior of rattlesnakes and depicts the different kinds. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jim Arnosky. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Meet the Animals Rattlesnake Meet the Raccoon, a reptile who lives in North and South America.
Meet the Animals introduces kids to popular. It happens so fast that all you hear is a buzz and all you see is a blur. Why do rattlesnakes flick their tongue. Like other snakes, rattlesnakes flick their tongues to.
Rattlesnakes. Rattlesnakes are best known for, and most easily recognized by, their rattle. The rattlesnake babies are born with what is called a pre-button.
The baby snake loses this piece when it sheds its skin for the first time. With the shedding a new button appears. With every shedding after that another button, or rattle, will be added. We can't all be rattlesnakes We need it for free.
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We Can’t All Be Rattlesnakes has plenty of hijinks to entertain readers. Laugh as Crusher’s owner’s mother feverishly chases an animal escapee around the house with a broom.
Smile as Crusher befriends an unlikely companion. But what makes this book special, what takes it to a deeper level, is the ethical choice Crusher has to make.Rattlesnakes live in many places and habitats in the Western Hemisphere, from mountains to deserts and plains.
There are more than 24 rattlesnake species and all of them have that most-famous feature: the rattle! The rattle is found at the tip of the rattlesnake’s tail. The snake uses the rattle to warn potential aggressors to back off or to distract prey.Browse the book with Google Preview» Despite all the fears of summer vacationists, I'm glad that rattlesnakes exist.
I was born among them, grew up among them, and have, over the years, encountered them in many places.