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SCATALOG - A Kid's Field Guide to Animal Poop - Set of 4

SCATALOG - A Kid's Field Guide to Animal Poop - Set of 4
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    Author: Norman D. Graubart
    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: Windmill Books
    Series: SCATALOG A Kid's Field Guide to Animal Poop
    Ages: 9 to 11
    Size: 9¼ x 9¼
    Total Pages: 24 pages per book
    For Grades: 3 to 5
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    — Inside How to Track a Black Bear

    As many the experienced hunter will tell you, one of the best methods for tracking wild animals is to examine their poop. These fact-packed books offer a wealth of tips on identifying and reading the clues in scat. They also explain several other signs that trackers look for, such as tracks, dens, and scratch marks. Basic facts about each animal, such as its life cycle, feeding habits, and habitat preferences, are also covered. A series that is both fun and informative!

    • Each book features a range map to help readers understand precisely where the relevant animal can be found
    • Digestive system anatomy chart also included
    • Encourages scientific understanding of animals and their habitats
    • Expands the Scatalog series to include North American animals
    • Maps and charts promote Common Core standards for the integration of text and illustrations

    Each book includes:

    • Full-color Photographs
    • Pronunciation Guide
    • Web Sites
    • Glossary
    • Index

    Titles include:


    How to Track a Black Bear - Hunters can track black bears in many ways. They can look for black bear prints on the ground, claw marks on trees, or dens in forested areas. They can also examine a black bear's poop! Readers learn fascinating facts about black bears as they look at colorful photographs of these animals. They're also presented with detailed photographs of black bear poop to help them visualize the things hunters can learn from these animal droppings. Diagrams of black bear poop and tracks are shown alongside helpful maps and charts to give readers many ways to learn facts about these animals.


    How to Track a Coyote - Coyotes are common animals in many parts of the United States, and one of the best ways to learn about them is to look at their poop. Readers discover how important coyote poop is, and they learn fun facts about these animals along the way. Detailed photographs of coyotes and their poop allow readers to feel like they're out in the wild, tracking these animals. Diagrams, maps, and charts present important information in creative ways. This unique look at a familiar animal provides a reading experience that won't soon be forgotten.


    How to Track a Deer - Deer are popular animals to hunt, but before people can hunt them, they have to track them. Readers discover a variety of ways to track deer--from looking at hoof prints and deer rubs to examining their poop. Deer poop can tell people a lot about deer, including what it ate and how recently it was in a given area. Readers learn fun facts about deer through informative text, colorful maps, helpful diagrams, and detailed images. Deer poop may not be pretty, but, as readers will learn, it's a great way to learn about these animals.


    How to Track a Rabbit - Can rabbit poop really help hunters find the animals they're tracking? Readers discover that examining poop is one of the most effective ways to learn more about rabbits and to track them. Photographs of rabbit poop allow readers to experience the gross thrill of tracking a rabbit this way with every turn of the page. Additional photographs of rabbits are shown alongside maps, charts, and diagrams to help readers visualize the new information they're learning. Fun facts about rabbits are presented in a creative way that will keep readers engaged as they learn.