Ultimate Reptileopedia: The Most Complete Reptile Reference Ever
ISBN: 1426321023
EAN13: 9781426321023
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 13, 2015
Pages: 272
Dimensions: 1.1" H x 10.55" L x 8.58" W
Weight: 2.82 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

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Book Overview

The natural world experts at National Geographic present the ultimate reference book on reptiles, designed just for kids. Crawling with fascinating facts, lively text, and tons of cool, colorful, images of the weirdest and wackiest reptiles on planet Earth, it is sure to be their coveted, #1 reference. Snakey, slimey, scaley, and sensational Welcome to the amazing world of the most popular reptiles on Earth. With colorful photographs and fun facts, this easy-to-use encyclopedia profiles snakes, lizards, amphibians, turtles and tortoises, crocodilians, and tuatara. Profiles are accompanied by Did You Know? details and fast facts including scientific name, size, diet, and habitat.

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5
   Love it!
It was a present from my neice that I bought this for her birthday present. My daughter had a great time reading and looking through the pictures, Weinshall said. He has a 4-year-old niece who also loves the book.
 
5
   Arrived very fasr
She has a very good reading level, and she reads well, too.
 
5
   good
My 3yo LOVES books, especially about dinosaurs, sharks and snakeslizards. There are tons of pictures, tons of animals, and interesting information on each. Brand new carpet, would buy again.
 
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   Not at all complete.
I was lead to believe that it would include North America lizards, he said. It is a wonderful and colorful book, but it is generally worthless for learning about the lizards and snakes we see on our daily basis.
 
5
   Perfect for any Reptile-Loving Child
My son, who has a passion for reptiles, has saved his money to buy a book about them. We looked through a number of different titles, but this one stood out for good reason. It has vibrant pictures, interesting facts and even includes almost any reptile you could think of. I would recommend this book to any child.
 
5
   Helpful for herpetology!
This book is a great resource for preparing for the Science Olympiad division A herpetology. Upper elementary kids were not the only ones who enjoyed the book.
 
4
   Not as "ultimate" or thorough as I was hoping for.
Overall, I was not as disappointed as I was hoping. 0 31716163171 It was a tad slow, but I was hoping for more. While the pictures are great and lots of good info on the animals they do cover, I feel like they have skipped over a good deal of reptiles, even some basic ones, like a Russian Tortoise, a pet I used to have and a very common one found in most pet stores. Only a few of the snakes are mentioned. It's just that my son still does love it. This is a big book of reptiles, said Dr. Goin. Despite the fact that he's still very pleased with this book and happy with all the reptiles that are included, Mr. Karas said.
 
5
   Reptilian masterpiece
My 7 year old LOVES it. A great addition to your arsenal of nonfiction reads. An excellent writer, photographer and radio host.
 
5
   We love them all
We received this as a present as my son already has the dino-pedia and ocean-pedia. We love them all, we rock! I've found the Reptileopedia to be my favorite. This one seems to have more animals in it and I like how it is broken down in categories such as snakes, worms, lizards, turtles, crocodilians, etc. As a mom who enjoys learning with her son, this book is our favorite for bedtime reading and we usually end up reading a few extra pages because they are all so interesting! Thanks to NatGeo! Xoxo.
 
5
   Great source of information for curious children
The little guy is absolutely thrilled with the whole thing, even though he's only 8 years old. Ms. Daschlenick reads a couple of entries from the night before, and then goes back to the drawing board. There are a LOT of pictures, but it's broken down in easy to read sentences and easy to understand. 0 20622201 The book is written in a spiral-bound format that makes it easy to read. Even toddlers will enjoy the colorful pictures. Simply put, it means that older children will enjoy the information without having to ask too many questions. And even an adult with a curious child will enjoy these books as you get to explore the creepy crawlies of the world, the experts say. For right now, this Reptileopedia are her most treasured books and as long as she's satisfied with them, I am too.
 
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