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|Tipo de material:||Animación, Público juvenil, Grabación de video|
|Tipo de documento:||Material visual, Archivo de computadora|
|Todos autores / colaboradores:||Playaway View (Firm); TumbleBook Library.|
|Notas:||Issued on Playaway View, a dedicated video media player.|
|Público objetivo||Rating: G.|
|Descripción:||1 video media player (27 min.) : digital, sd., col. ; 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 in.|
|Detalles:||Playaway View; internal lithium ion rechargeable battery must be charged using provided AC adapter; equipped with external speaker; includes universal headphone jack.|
|Contenido:||Animals in camouflage --
Animals : black and white --
Have you ever seen a duck in a raincoat? --
Have you ever seen an octopus with a broom? --
Dinosaurs roar, butterflies soar!
Animals : black and white: Find the answers to seven black-and-white riddles in a beautiful book of nature's bold designs! What cuddly giant loves to chew bamboo? What mamal swims with its friends in a school? What bird "flies" gracefully through the water?
Have you ever seen a duck in a raincoat?: Have you ever seen a duck in a raincoat? compares human clothing, footwear and headgear with the equivalent animal adaptations. Have you ever seen a lobster in a helmet? No? That's because lobsters don't need helmets because they have a hard shell to protect their heads and bodies.
Have you ever seen an octopus with a broom?: Have you ever seen an octopus with a broom? compares human and animal tools and reveals surprising facts about how animals clean house, fish for food and even play percussion. Maybe you've never seen an octopus with a broom, but these animals use jets of water like a broom to sweep out leftovers after a meal, and also sweep sand and small stones out of their den to make it bigger.
Dinosaurs roar, butterflies soar!: What are as light as a feature and as old as the dinosaurs? Butterflies! With a lively text and vibrant paper-collage illustrations, award-winning author Bob Barner brings us a wonderful look at the amazing history of butterflies, and how their lives intersected with the dinosaurs millions of years ago.