Animal by Animal

How are you similar to animals? How are you different? These entertaining picture books from educator and veterinarian Sara Levine and illustrator T.S Spookytooth explore comparative anatomy and give readers the chance to find out how their skeletons, teeth, and eyes match up with a wide variety of animals from the past and present. Packed with surprising animal facts that will delight readers of all ages!

Cover: Eye by Eye: Comparing How Animals See
Cover: Fossil by Fossil: Comparing Dinosaur Bones
Cover: Tooth by Tooth: Comparing Fangs, Tusks, and Chompers
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Bone by Bone: Comparing Animal Skeletons
Eye by Eye: Comparing How Animals See Fall 2020
Fossil by Fossil: Comparing Dinosaur Bones
Tooth by Tooth: Comparing Fangs, Tusks, and Chompers
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  • Soon! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019

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Animal by Animal

How are you similar to animals? How are you different? These entertaining picture books from educator and veterinarian Sara Levine and illustrator T.S Spookytooth explore comparative anatomy and give readers the chance to find out how their skeletons, teeth, and eyes match up with a wide… View →

Bone by Bone

What would you be if your finger bones grew so long that they reached your feet? You’d be a bat! What if you had no leg bones but kept your arm bones? You’d be a whale, a dolphin, or a porpoise! This entertaining picture book will keep readers guessing as they learn about how… View →