SENSING THEIR PREY series

Nonfiction Picture Books (Senses, animals, science)

ABDO Books/Magic Wagon, Fall 2012

Do you rely on your sense of smell to find your next meal? Do you need to see 360 degrees without moving your head to see the food behind your body? Do you use 22 sensitive tentacles to discover food? Humans use their senses every day, but they don’t rely on them to hunt prey like the animal kingdom! Discover the interesting ways animals use their senses of sight, smell, hearing, tasting, touching, and extreme senses to find their next meal in the beautifully illustrated, easy-to-read Sensing Their Prey series.

An eye-catching, informative series featuring detailed illustrations to grab young readers’ attention! * Age-appropriate Art * Reinforced Library Binding Glossary * Fun Facts. Looking Glass Library is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO Group. Grades PreK-4.

 

Tasting Their Prey: Animals With An Amazing Sense of Taste

Can you taste food with your elbows and shoulders and belly button? Many predators have strong senses that help them find food. Some animals use taste to find their prey. Discover the interesting ways animals use their sense of taste to find their next meal in the beautifully illustrated, easy-to-read Tasting Their Prey.

Smelling Their Prey: Animals With an Amazing Sense of Smell

If one friend was on the other side of the cafeteria with a hot dog and another friend on a different side with a plate of spaghetti, could you find them with your eyes closed by only sniffing? Many predators have strong senses that help them find food. Some animals use their noses to find their prey. Discover the interesting ways animals use their sense of smell to find their next meal in the beautifully illustrated, easy-to-read Smelling Their Prey.

Touching Their Prey: Animals With an Amazing Sense of Touch

Can you use the hairs on your arm to feel the vibrations of the things around you? Many predators have strong senses that help them find food. Some animals use touch to find their prey. Discover the interesting ways animals use their sense of touch to find their next meal in the beautifully illustrated, easy-to-read Touching Their Prey.

Hearing Their Prey: Animals With an Amazing Sense of Hearing

Can you find your lunch deep down in your backpack by hearing it? Many predators have strong senses that help them find food. Some animals use their ears to find their prey. Discover the interesting ways animals use their sense of hearing to find their next meal in the beautifully illustrated, easy-to-read Hearing Their Prey.

Seeing Their Prey: Animals With An Amazing Sense of Sight

Could you see your favorite restaurant from the other side of town? Many predators have strong senses that help them find food. Some animals use their eyes to find their prey. Discover the interesting ways animals use their sense of sight to find their next meal in the beautifully illustrated, easy-to-read Seeing Their Prey.

Hunting Their Prey: Animals With Unusual Senses For Hunting Their Prey

If you yell in the kitchen when its dark, do you feel sound bouncing off the refrigerator? Many predators have strong senses that help them find food. Some animals use special ways to find their prey. Discover the interesting ways animals use extreme senses to find their next meal in the beautifully illustrated, easy-to-read Extreme Senses.