How Do Meerkats Order Pizza?: Wild Facts about Animals and the Scientists Who Study Them
In this uproariously funny and charmingly illustrated nonfiction book for middle grade readers, Brooke Barker of Sad Animal Facts introduces readers to incredible animals and the bizarre things human scientists do to understand them.
Did you know that crows never forget a face? Or that jaguars have a favorite cologne? Have you ever wondered how to pet a yeti crab? Or whether dogs can tell if you’re smiling? And just what is a burrowing bettong?
Meet these weird, wonderful animals and the equally weird and wonderful scientists who study them. From crafting fake poop to slurping up bugs with a straw, there’s nothing these amazing humans won’t do to help us learn more about the animals around us. Packed with fascinating facts, this hilarious book from the bestselling creator of Sad Animal Facts reveals secrets like why roosters crow and how meerkats make decisions as a group—and how humans can better understand the wild creatures we share the planet with.
|Product Type||Hardcover Books|
|Book Type||Middle Grade Nonfiction|
|Primary Contributor||Brooke Barker|
|Age Groups||Ages 7 to 9, Ages 10 to 12|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers|