One spider clings to her web, two raccoons nap in a log, three baby robins sit in their nest . . . what do they have in common? They all have special homes. With an informative text and captivating illustrations, Ginger Wadsworth and Jim Needham count from one to twenty as they introduce a score of fascinating creatures and the places they live.
Ginger gives an overview of the book:
I have a reputation for being a research junkie and in my house, that means tiptoeing around boxes (my style of file cabinets) in my office, stacks of “very important” papers, and teetering towers of reference books that don’t fit into my floor-to-ceiling bookcases. Despite...