Why dogs eat poop : gross but true things you never knew about animals (Book, 2013) [WorldCat.org]
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Why dogs eat poop : gross but true things you never knew about animals

Author: Francesca Gould; David Haviland; J P Coovert
Publisher: New York, NY : G.P. Putnam's Sons, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA), Inc., [2013] ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Get ready to squirm! Did you know there are spiders that look just like bird poop? Cockroaches that can be directed by remote control? And snakes that fart to scare away predators? These are just a few of the bizarrely engrossing, disgusting, and squirm-inducing facts about animals you can use to entertain and gross-out friends and parents.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Children's nonfiction
miscellanies
Trivia and miscellanea
Literature
Miscellanées
Miscellanea Juvenile literature
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francesca Gould; David Haviland; J P Coovert
ISBN: 9780399165306 0399165304 9781480633162 148063316X
OCLC Number: 835578730
Notes: "Originally published in 2010 by Piakus UK as Self-harming parrots and exploding toads; first American edition 2010, Tarcher/Penguin"--Title page verso.
"Abridgement c2013"--Title page verso.
Target Audience: 8-12.; Grade 4 to 6.
Description: 167 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
Contents: Amazing animals --
Peculiar parents --
Crafty critters --
Mind-boggling biology --
Vicious varmints --
Weird wonders --
Extra- disgusting details.
Other Titles: Self-harming parrots and exploding toads
Responsibility: Francesca Gould & David Haviland ; illustrated by JP Coovert.

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Get ready to squirm! Did you know there are spiders that look just like bird poop? Cockroaches that can be directed by remote control? And snakes that fart to scare away predators? These are just a few of the bizarrely engrossing, disgusting, and squirm-inducing facts about animals you can use to entertain and gross-out friends and parents.

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