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July 31, 2014

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From Teacup Pigs to Flying Dragons: Wild and Wacky Animal Books | Series Made Simple

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Animal books are always a draw, and these new series titles on wild animals (mandrills, pygmy mice, and more) are no exception.

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Pick of the Day: Wild Horse Scientists

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FRYDENBORG, Kay. Wild Horse Scientists. 80p. (Scientists in the Field Series Series). diags. further readig. glossary. index. maps. photos. reprods. websites. Houghton Harcourt. 2012. Tr $18.99. ISBN 978-0-547-51831-2.
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–Focusing on the wild horses of Assateague Island, Frydenborg effectively combines scientific facts such as coloration and size, as well as the actual definition of a wild animal, with a compelling narrative about several of the scientists who are working to protect and maintain the wild horse population there. A large [...]