Biggest vs. Smallest - Set of 5

Biggest vs. Smallest - Set of 5
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    Code: BIGGE101
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    Author: Susan K. Mitchell
    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: Enslow Publishing
    Series: Biggest vs. Smallest
    Ages: 6 to 10
    Size: 9¼ X 7¾
    Total Pages: 24
    For Grades: K to 3
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    Inside- Slimy, Scaly Creatures

    Have you ever wondered what the smallest bat is? or What the biggest lizard is? You will learn the answer to these questions and so much more with this series of books.

    Each book includes:

    • Learn More
    • Index

    Titles include:


    Amazing Mammals

    Did you know that the pygmy mouse lemur is the smallest primate in the world? One of the biggest primates is the eastern lowland gorilla. Read about the biggest and smallest cats, anteaters, and primates!


    Creepy, Crawly Creatures

    Is it a monster? Is it an alien? No! It is the Goliath bird-eater! It is one of the biggest spiders in the world. The Samoan moss spider is one of the smallest spiders. It is so small, you need a magnifying glass to see it! Read about the biggest and smallest worms, centipedes, and spiders!


    Sea Creatures

    The star-sucker pygmy octopus is the smallest octopus in the world! The biggest octopus is the Pacific octopus, but it's not scary, it's shy. Read about the biggest and smallest octopuses, starfish, and sharks.


    Slimy, Scaly Creatures

    The komodo dragon is the biggest lizard in the world! The dwarf gecko is one of the smallest reptiles in the world! Read about the biggest and smallest lizards, frogs, and snakes.


    Things with Wings

    Is it a fox or is it a bat? Even though its face looks like a fox it's actually a bat. It's one of the biggest bats in the world! The smallest bat is the bumblebee bat. It can fit on a person's thumb! Read about the biggest and smallest bats, moths, and birds.