About Science Chapters: Underground Towns, Treetops
Underground Towns, Treetops, and Other Animal Hiding Places is the story of our natural world, a peak behind the curtain we hardly ever see. Take a closer look into the forest, the desert, the ocean, and even your own backyard. There you’ll find animals hidden deep within their natural habitats. Away from prying eyes, whole underground towns and underwater colonies quietly thrive.
Learn where and why animals hide, and how it helps them survive.
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Monica Halpern is a children’s book writer who has penned several National Geographic Science Chapters. She is also the author of Railroad Fever: Building the Transcontinental Railroad, 1830–1870 (which received a starred review in School Library Journal) and Moving North:… More about Monica Halpern
Hardcover | $17.90
Published by National Geographic Children’s Books Oct 09, 2007| 48 Pages| 5-1/8 x 7-5/8| 6-9 years| ISBN 9781426301834