Scanorama: Deadly Predators by Claybourne, AnnaScanorama: Deadly Predators by Claybourne, Anna

Scanorama: Deadly Predators

byClaybourne, Anna

Paperback | September 1, 2016

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Dare to get close to the most dangerous animals on earth—and find out what lies beneath!

On the pages of Scanorama: Deadly Predators, kids are treated to a virtual X-ray tour featuring some of the world's most dangerous animals. Five movable sliders transform illustrated animals into full-body scans that reveal their skeletons and show how they have come to rule their habitats. Featured animals include a tiger, a scorpion, and a great white shark; each animal is covered in detail through informative text, photographs, and illustrations. To learn about even more deadly creatures, readers can lift the flaps and discover what is hiding in wait, ready to pounce on its next victim!
Anna Claybourne is an experienced children's author who has published over 200 books on all kinds of topics, ranging from Shakespeare, space science and Surrealism, to experiments, earthquakes, and endangered species. She specializes in science and nature, literature, and art and craft books, but also writes fiction and retellings. She...
Title:Scanorama: Deadly PredatorsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 8.5 × 13.2 × 1 inPublished:September 1, 2016Publisher:Silver Dolphin BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1626866325

ISBN - 13:9781626866324


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Helps reader learn to repect predators Their new series with a sliding scanorama in the book and some lift-the-flap features is packed with wonderful facts, images, and a categorization that takes the reader into thought provoking areas about the specifics of each book. In Scanorama: Deadly Predators they almost leap off the page in a ferocious attack. The information and images will make the reader respect the strength and danger these predators present to mankind - a respect that will give the reader a desire to avoid them as well as protect them as a conservationist because an understanding of their place in the world. On each of the two-page spreads encapsulated bits of information are presented. The quality of these publications is really nice and sturdy. The lift-the-flap and slide/scan features reveal further and quite interesting information. The covers are dimensional adding touch-appeal. Designed for the seven year and up population, older readers will also find details and information new to them. Clearly the publication is designed to also encourage consciousness of the need for conservation and protection of species that are endangered. Another addition to the home library and young reader's wish list. DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy to facilitate this review. Opinions are my own and freely given.
Date published: 2017-06-20