Title: Birds, butterflies, and bats. These are the animals that soar above and around all over the world. How do they stay aloft? And why? This book highlights the adaptations that make the albatross, monarch butterfly, and common kestrel successful in the sky and their habitat. From body parts to behaviors, these adaptations are fascinating and engage readers with science content in a fun, fact-filled way. Age-appropriate language and detail are supported by close up photographs of the animals featured.
Animal Champions of the Sky