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Salamander or Lizard?

How Do You Know?

Series: Which Animal Is Which?

By Melissa Stewart

Can you tell the difference between a salamander and a lizard? Which one has wet skin? Which has dry skin? Find out all the tips to tell the difference between these two animals. Award-winning children’s author Melissa Stewart offers clear, concise text paired with dazzling photographs. This book is a great addition to any library.

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Library Ed.978-0-7660-3679-6$23.60$17.70
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Reviews

"Written in an easy-to-comprehend style, the author describes the differences between salamanders and lizards . . . good for teaching students how to compare and contrast."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, September 2011

"This series makes a wonderful addition to a study unit on animals."

Children's Literature

". . . these dual profiles of common creatures should give budding naturalists an increased understanding of how scientists use appearance and behavior to classify sometimes-similar living things . . . Consider these books to lay groundwork for nature expeditions and for later studies of taxonomy."

School Library Journal, April 2011

"This clever compare-and-contrast approach makes differences between often-confused creatures easy to understand and remember."

The Horn Book Guide, Fall 2011

"What makes this series so outstanding is the excellent close-up photography. Readers can easily see the differences between the animals without being bogged down by overwhelming text. These high quality books would be a welcome addition to an elementary animal science collection. They will be appreciated by animal lovers browsing the collection and classroom teachers presenting a beginning lesson on animal biology. A creative language arts teacher might even employ these volumes in a unit on opposites/antonyms and synonyms, drawing parallels from the animal world."

Library Media Connection, August/September 2011

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