Horse or Zebra (Wild World: Pets and Wild Animals) (Paperback)
Why are dogs pets and wolves wild? How are they similar? How are they different? Find out with this new series of books!
Horses and zebras are different animals. Horses can be pets and live on a farm. Zebras are wild and live in nature. But these mammals do have some things in common, such as what they eat, how fast they can run, and their special hoofed feet. Get ready to discover a lot more about horses and zebras - what they share and the many ways they are different!
ABOUT THE SERIES:
Do cats have anything in common with tigers? What about dogs and wolves, horses and zebras, or geckos and Komodo dragons? Discover the many ways in which how these animals look like, eat, care for their young, and survive are the same and different! All the books in the series include vibrant full-color photographs throughout with short blocks of text to entertain and explain. Encourages compare-and-contrast skill development. The series has strong curricular ties to science and the natural world.
About the Author
Brenna Maloney is the author of more than a dozen books. She lives and works in Washington, D.C., with her husband and two sons.