An introduction to everyone’s favorite coldblooded, scaly land (mostly) creatures. De la Bédoyère tackles her topic in pithy, systematic observations. . .Regular invitations to count or spot dinosaurs, camouflaged geckos, tiny Brookesia chameleons, a baby Komodo dragon, or other creatures will tempt viewers to linger over scenes and take closer looks at the flora as well as the fauna.
This overview of reptiles provides engaging details. The clearly written text includes brief descriptions of their movement, habitat, physical features, diet, reproduction, and survival techniques. . . Well-organized text and informative details make this title a solid introductory text. Young readers will be inspired to conduct further research.
—School Library Journal