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Compare & Contrast
Could you spot similarities and differences between alligators and crocodiles? Readers will learn what these large (and scary) reptiles have in common and what differentiates them in the latest installment of the Compare and Contrast Book series. Amphibians and reptiles are similar 
but different and are often confused. 
Children ponder the similarities and 
differences between the two animal 
classes through stunning photographs 
and simple, non-fiction text. Birds come in all kinds of shapes and sizes and are found in all kinds of habitats. Some eat nuts and seeds, while others eat small animals. Most birds fly, but some walk or even swim. Learn about the wide variety of birds and what they all have in common. If you were to see a bear in the wild, could you tell if it’s a black bear or grizzly bear? Are grizzly bears always brown or are black bears always black? Which have short, sharply-curved claws and which have long, gently-curved claws? Do they eat the same things? The atmosphere is filled with clouds, 
all different types of clouds. Compare 
and contrast a variety of shapes and 
colors through the vibrant photographs 
in Clouds. Crab or Lobster? A Compare and Contrast Book Compare and contrast the wide variety of fishes that live in tropical or polar ocean waters to freshwater rivers and lakes.
Giant Panda or Red Panda? A Compare and Contrast Book Hippos and rhinos both live in parts of Africa, but one lives in parts of Asia. One spends most of their day cooling off in water and the other grazes on grass. One species even has a prehensile lip! Explore the similarities and differences between these two mammals. Insects: A Compare and Contrast Book Using a wide variety of photographs, 
author Kevin Kurtz poses thought-
provoking questions to help readers 
determine if things are living or 
Some mammals live on land 
and others swim in the sea. 
Find out what makes this class 
of animals so diverse while 
comparing their traits. Can you spot a natural resource
 in the wild? In this edition of 
The Compare and Contrast Book 
series, we investigate common 
items around us and how natural 
materials are made into tools, 
toys, and even food. Compare and contrast Octopuses and squids. These marine invertebrates have eight arms, but one also has two tentacles. One prefers walking and the other swimming.
There are many similarities between 
river otters and sea otters, but also 
vast differences. Explore fascinating 
facts about these playful, aquatic 
mammals, meet the species, and 
awe at adorable photos in this latest 
installment of the Compare and 
Contrast Book series. The 18 species of penguins “fly” 
through the water, but not all of 
them live in the snow, and while 
most have a coat of black and white, 
some are blue! Explore and learn 
about these lovable birds in this 
latest installment of the Compare 
and Contrast Book series. Compare and contrast these 
polar animals through 
stunning photographs. Everything comes from the Earth. Some things are easily replaced (renewable), while others are not (nonrenewable). How can we recycle non-renewable resources? Can the renewable resources ever become irreplaceable? Seal or Sea Lion? A Compare and Contrast Book Although sharks and dolphins may look 
similar they are actually very different 
types of animals. Author Kevin Kurtz 
guides readers through the differences 
and similarities through simple 
nonfiction text. Some trees are short and some 
are tall. Some grow in hot 
deserts and others grow on cold 
mountains. Compare and contrast 
different characteristics of trees 
through vibrant photographs.
Turtles live in ocean waters to dessert habitats and sizes range from small box turtles to gigantic Galapagos tortoises. How are they alike or different?
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