Cover image for What eats that? : predators, prey, and the food chain
Title:
What eats that? : predators, prey, and the food chain
ISBN:
9781591937494
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Publication Information:
Cambridge, Minnesota : Adventure Publications, [2017]

©2017
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 21 x 27 cm
Contents:
Kid -- Flower -- Butterfly -- Dragonfly -- Spider -- Frog -- Snake -- Raccoon -- Wolf -- Mosquito -- Fish -- Kid -- Food chains -- What else do they eat?
Summary:
This picture book takes a kid-friendly approach to guiding readers up the food chain; with every turn of the page, the predator becomes the prey, as children discover the answer to the question, What eats that?
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Audience:
Decoding demand: 62 (high) Semantic demand: 78 (high) Syntactic demand: 71 (high) Structure demand: 85 (very high) Lexile
Interest age level:
Ages 4-8.
Audience:
570L Lexile
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Summary

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An Interactive Journey up the Food Chain

Animals are adorable, but they also have a wild side. Many hunt to survive--and must avoid being hunted. This kid-friendly introduction to nature's predator-prey relationship spotlights several amazing examples. Wildlife photographer Stan Tekiela presents spectacular photos of real critters in their natural habitats, while author Ryan Jacobson explores their most interesting hunting and eating habits. How do snakes catch their meals? Why do mosquitoes feed on blood? Children learn about each animal and then get to guess, What Eats That? With every turn of the page, the predator becomes the prey as the answer is revealed! Stan and Ryan's first book together won a Mom's Choice Award. This follow-up is perfect for any child who loves animals or appreciates nature.


Author Notes

Ryan Jacobson is a successful Minnesota author and presenter. He prides himself on writing high-interest books for each age level, so he can talk picture books in kindergarten, ghost stories in high school, and other fun stuff in between. He lives in rural Minnesota.

Wildlife photographer Stan Tekiela has written more than 130 books. As a professional naturalist for more than 25 years, Stan studies wildlife throughout the United States and Canada. He has received various awards for his books and photographs. He lives in Victoria, MN.