Illustrations of a variety of wildlife habitats invite youngsters to spot the twelve essential differences between the members of each pair of illustrations and to witness the camouflage techniques that occur in nature. Reprint.
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Kindergarten-Grade 2-- A wordless picture search that features natural habitats around the world. From the Everglades of Florida to the jungles of Central Africa, observers look at two almost identical facing scenes and must find 12 ways in which they differ. A key is provided, along with a numbered guide that identifies and briefly describes the animals and plants in each painting. Wilson's illustrations are the focus here; her realistic, full-color drawings bear a great resemblance to Graeme Base's style in The Eleventh Hour (Abrams, 1990). Each detailed page contains a center picture surrounded by smaller triangular designs. Although some of the differences between the pictures are subtle, children of the `` Waldo'' generation should be able to find them. If used with an adult, this book also makes an interesting and entertaining introduction to today's wildlife. --Rachel Fox, Port Washington Public Library, NY
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Book Description Golden Press, Australia, 1992. Laminated Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. April Wilson (illustrator). First Thus. No internal inscriptions, torn or missing pages. 40 pages. Illustrator: April Wilson. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Children; Wildlife; Animals & Birds. ISBN: 0730208427. ISBN/EAN: 9780730208426. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 51743. Bookseller Inventory # 51743