Wait till it gets dark : a kid's guide to exploring the night / Anita Sanchez & George Steele ; illustrated by John Himmelman.
- 4 of 5 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.
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|LaGrange Co PL - Shipshewana Branch||j591.518 SAN (Text)||30477101105801||Children: Nonfiction||Checked out||09/01/2018|
- ISBN: 9781630763183
- ISBN: 1630763187
- Physical Description: 60 pages : color illustrations ; 20 cm
- Publisher: [Guilford, Connecticut]: Muddy Boots, an imprint of Globe Pequot, 
- Copyright: ©2017
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 59-60).
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Eyes like an owl -- Ears like a frog -- Nose like a deer -- Tongue like a gila monster -- Fingers like a spider -- Feet like a fox -- The mysterious sixth sense -- We need the dark -- Save the dark -- Find the dark -- Counting in the dark -- Be safe in the dark.
It's night. It's dark. It's time to go indoors--or is it? The outdoors at night can be a scary place, but this book will help young readers investigate the mysterious nature of night. To explore the night, it would be great to have eyes like an owl, the sensitive nose of a deer, and feet that can move as silently as a fox. Humans aren't quite as good as nocturnal animals at navigating the darkness, but we can come surprisingly close. Our senses are much sharper than we realize, if we learn how to use them. Some scientists are even researching the sensory abilities of human hair! Each chapter of the book spotlights a different nocturnal creature. And while learning about animals' adaptations for navigating the world of night, young readers discover their own surprising abilities.
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