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|Title||:||Deer/Rabbits (Getting To Know... Nature's Children)|
|Number of Pages||:||47 Pages|
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Deer/Rabbits (Getting To Know... Nature's Children) Reviews
Really informative book about deer and rabbits. Loved it as a kid and love it now.
This was a great little book! Divided in to two sections, the first part about deer and the second part about rabbits. The book focused on North American wild deer and rabbits, and not the domesticated versions that you might have as pets. Even though this was a book for kids, it was surprisingly informative and detailed. I thought that the book would just have the very basic, kind of generic info about the animals, but it wasn't. It gave lots of information without being too basic or too advanced. It was just right. It was a fun book for kids or adults, basically anyone who likes animals will enjoy this series of books.