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Red Eyes or Blue Feathers: A Book About Animal Colors
This title covers these subjects: Animals -- Color, Animals, Animal behavior
Red Eyes or Blue Feathers: A Book About Animal Colors
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Red Eyes or Blue Feathers: A Book About Animal Colors

Describes how animals survive in the wild by adapting their colors to the environment that they live in. Animals shown include a red-eyed tree frog, a polar bear, a red fox, a seahorse, a killer whale, a macaw, a black rhinoceros, a jewel beetle

Reading LevelGrades K-2
Interest LevelGrades K-2
ATOS Level3.3
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #85812
Page Dimensions11" x 9"
Page Count24
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $25.99 School/Library Price
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Science & Children

"What's the best way to survive in the wild? The book opens with this question and then explains how an animal's color serves as a structure for survival in its environment. Many animals and their habitats are described, so your readers will become famil" - Science & Children

March 30, 2006

NSTA Recommends

"The Animal Wise series explores animal patterns, behaviors, habitats, colors, and shapes. Colorful digital illustrations accentuate animal adaptations. These books support content standards while they encourage students to stretch their informational read" - NSTA Recommends

April 30, 2001


Library Sparks - Diane Findlay

"Stockland shares the beauty and usefulness of animal colors in gorgeous cut-paper illustrations. Two-page spreads feature animals and their surroundings, and note how color figures prominently in their lives." - Library Sparks

November 1, 2009

Science & Children, "Can You See Me Now?" - Christine Anne Royce

"Stockland uses the question, “What’s the best way to survive in the wild?” to explain how an animal’s coloration helps it survive in its native environments. The author discusses different animals, ranging from a rhinoceros to a polar bear to a macaw, so" - Science & Children, "Can You See Me Now?"

January 1, 2010



National Science Teachers Association and the Children's Book Council

2006 Oustanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12

November 1, 2005