Chameleons are Cool (Read & Wonder) Paperback – Illustrated, 5 Mar 2001
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Martin Jenkins brings natural history up to the minute...with a chatty style and irreverent approach. Sue Shields' brilliant psychedelic creatures inch their way across the pages. Informative and fun, this book makes facts amusingly accessible. The Oxford Times All the idiosyncrasies of these fascinating creatures are discussed here in an intimately conversational style with well drawn analogies...a likely favourite with young readers. Reading Time --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
One of a new series of books, Read and Discover, designed to encourage children to learn about the world as they learn to read. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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Primary age students beg for this title. Both the brightly colored, humorous illistrations and the light conversational tone of the text grab the interest of the children. I'm continually amazed at how many facts about chameleons are slipped into this cheerful picture book, like "they change color when they're angry, or when they're too cold or too hot, or when they're sick."
Many pages have additional facts worked into the illustrations, such as "Chameleons usually get sick and die of kept as pets."
This book is to be recommended not only as a great read-aloud, but as a good source of information for students doing a report on chameleons. It even has a helpful index.