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Animals Migrating

How, When, Where and Why Animals Migrate

by Etta Kaner, illustrated by Pat Stephens

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published: March 2005
ISBN:9781553375487
publisher: Kids Can Press
Description

Army ants move along the jungle floor with millions of their friends, eating everything in sight. Pacific golden plovers fly nonstop for five days across the ocean. Whether to relocate, find food or raise their young, animals migrate in many surprising ways. In this book in the Animal Behavior series, discover how, when, where, and why animals migrate.

About the Authors

Etta Kaner

ETTA KANER writes for both children and educators. A number of her books have won awards, namely, the Silver Birch award, the Henry Bergh award, the Animal Behaviour Society award, the Scientific American Young Readers book award and the Science in Society book award. Etta lives in Toronto, Ontario. Visit her website at: www.ettakaner.com
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Pat Stephens, mother, animal lover and artist, lives in a crowded house in Durham, Ontario. She has illustrated over 20 animal-related books for children.
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
7 to 11
Grade:
2 to 6

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Animals Migrating: How, When, Where and Why Animals Migrate (Animal Behavior)

Army ants move along the jungle floor with millions of their friends, eating everything in sight. Easy activities and striking illustrations introduce animal migration.

Source: The Canadian Children’s Book Centre. Canadian Children’s Book News. 2006.

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