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Garter snakes

Author: John Bankston
Publisher: Hallandale, FL : Mitchell Lane Publishers, 2019
Series: EZ readers.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : English : First edition
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"Garter snakes are everywhere. They may be outside your school. They are one of the most common snakes in the United States. They live in Eastern North America. They also like Southern California. Garter snakes come in many colors. They are black, brown, gray or light green. They have three stripes in white, yellow, blue, green or brown. Garter snakes live in the woods. They live in hills. They live beside ponds.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Bankston
ISBN: 9781680203110 1680203118
OCLC Number: 1040077275
Notes: "EZ Readers lets children delve into nonfiction at beginning reading levels. Young readers are introduced to new concepts, facts, ideas, and vocabulary."
Target Audience: Beginning readers.
Description: 24 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm.
Contents: Garter snakes --
Glossary --
Interesting facts --
Parts of a garter snake.
Series Title: EZ readers.
Responsibility: John Bankston.

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"Garter snakes are everywhere. They may be outside your school. They are one of the most common snakes in the United States. They live in Eastern North America. They also like Southern California. Garter snakes come in many colors. They are black, brown, gray or light green. They have three stripes in white, yellow, blue, green or brown. Garter snakes live in the woods. They live in hills. They live beside ponds. The place they live is their habitat. Most snakes lay eggs. Garter snakes don't. Baby garter snakes look a lot like adult garter snakes. They are about half the size. Garter snakes eat worms and slugs. They eat bugs and fish. They also like toads. Lots of animals eat garter snakes. Hawks eat them. Turtles eat them. Even bullfrogs eat them. Animals that eat other animals are called predators. Garter snakes blend. Green snakes hide in the grass. Brown snakes hide in the mud. Never pick up a wild snake. Pet stores have garter snakes. Maybe you can take one home."--

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