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Welcome to the world of bears —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
1997
20 available of 21 items

Introduces different species of bears and their physical characteristics, habitat, and behavior.

Buffalo sunrise : the story of a North American giant —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
1996
17 available of 18 items

History and habits of North America's largest land animal.

Welcome to the world of otters —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
1997
15 available of 16 items

Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, and habitat of both sea otters and river otters.

You are weird : your body's peculiar parts and funny functions —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
2009
14 available of 14 items

Looks at some of the odd and amazing parts of the human body and the functions they perform and explains why we have organs we no longer use, like the appendix.

Canada's bugs —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
2007
13 available of 14 items

An introduction to some of the insects commonly found in Canada, such as the robber fly, the click beetle, the ladybug, and the mosquito.

Penguins. —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
2 available of 2 items

Animals can be so speedy —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
2001
7 available of 7 items

Photographs and simple text introduce animals moving quickly, and "I spy, you spy" sections invite further investigation. Includes additional facts about the animals for parents.

Welcome to the world of rabbits and hares —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
2000
15 available of 15 items

"Rabbits and hares have incredible jumping and running capabilities, and 360-degree vision. These furry animals are built for life on the move" Cf. Our choice, 2001.

Welcome to the world of wolves —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
1996
13 available of 13 items

"What do wolf pups like to do best? Chase butterflies, pounce on flowers, and chase other pups. Full-colour photographs reveal both the intelligence and loyalty of these seldom-seen animals".

Animals can be so sleepy —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
2001
12 available of 12 items

Animals eat the weirdest things —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
1998
3 available of 3 items

Describes what different animals ingest and why.

Bugs up close —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
2007
14 available of 14 items

Examines parts of insects, such as antennae, wings, eyes, and weapons, with photographs taken at various magnifications.

Welcome to the world of foxes —Swanson, Diane, 1944- author.
Book
1998
11 available of 12 items

What talents! Foxes can smell a rabbit hours after one has happened by. Some can grip floating logs and "sail" to nearby islands. Gray foxes can even climb trees! If you thought a fox was just another pretty face, this b...

Animals can be so hard to see —Swanson, Diane, 1944-
Book
2002
4 available of 4 items

Photographs and simple text show how various animals keep hidden and safe.

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