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Title The Animals' Winter Sleep.
Imprint Middletown : Birdsong Books, 2008.

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Description 1 online resource (24 pages)
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Subject Hibernation -- Juvenile literature.
Sleep behavior in animals -- Juvenile literature.
Genre Juvenile works.
Contents Cover; Imagine sleeping outdoors on a snowyday! How would you keep warm? Andwhat would you eat?; Were you able to find where all of the animals sleep?; Dedication; Copyright.
Summary Taking nonfiction into the realm of bedtime read-to-me stories, this rich, melodic text paired with detailed color pencil illustrations describes how 13 North American animal species--such as black bear, ermine, pileated woodpecker, porcupine, river otter, and ruffed grouse--survive harsh winter snows snug inside their dens, nests, burrows, and lodges. Additional information, geared to very young children, includes animal winter survival adaptations, such as the foods they eat, nesting materials, camouflage, and predator survival along with a series of questions that encourage children to look.
Other Author Willis, Nancy Carol, 1952-
Other Title Print version: Graham-Barber, Lynda. Animals' Winter Sleep. Middletown : Birdsong Books, ©2008 9780966276169