Do Lions Live on Lily Pads?

Do Lions Live on Lily Pads?

Book - 2006
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Do lions live on lily pads? No, but frogs do!
Do guinea pigs live in webs? No, but spiders do!
Do crocodiles live in shells? No, but . . .

Toddlers learn all about where animals live—and where they don’t—in this latest book from Melanie Walsh. Adorable illustrations and engaging text keep children guessing what comes next. A silly book for silly readers.

Baker & Taylor
Bright and bold illustrations enhance this fun-filled picture book about the appropriate homes for animals and insects of all shapes and sizes--including spiders and their webs, frogs and their lily pads, and more!

& Taylor

Presents a variety of facts about the habitation behaviors of such animals as crocodiles, giraffes, goats, and lions.

Publisher: New York : Houghton Mifflin, 2006
Edition: First American edition
ISBN: 9780618473007
Branch Call Number: E WALSH
Characteristics: 26 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm


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