From the tiny hog-nosed bat to the gigantic blue whale - mammals are extraordinary creatures. Find out all about them with this unique combination of book and website.
e.explore Mammal gives you eveything you need for school projects and homework, on and offline.
• Go to the live and updated website specially created by DK and Google at http://www.mammal.dke-explore.com
• Type the keywords from the book for unique links
• Find incredible information online and fantastic images to download
e.explore Mammal features secure, age-appropriate, and actively monitored links for safe browsing.
Like the other one in this series I have read, this book was jam-packed with information on almost every mammal I could think of, and quite a few I had never heard of too. There were surprises and new tidbits of knowledge on every page. Its true, you really do learn something new every day. The sturdy thick, hard cover will give this book a long and productive lifespan just like the bonus web search engine that has been set up to compliment it. This is a great book I am sure my kids will love to learn from, as much as I do. The book still has the same flaw as (I assume) the others in the series, in that it has such a broad scope it only skips around, touching lightly on each topic, but with the search engine as backup, and details you want are available at the touch of a few keys. If you dont have internet, maybe time to get it. You are missing out on so much, and this book is just one doorway into that universe of knowledge.
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