HOW WILD ANIMALS FIGHT by Dorothy E. Shuttlesworth

HOW WILD ANIMALS FIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For too many children's non-fiction authors, writing a book consists of shuffling index-carded notes and then stringing them all together. This one is divided into chapters on horns and antlers, hoofs and claws, and teeth--each consisting of separate facts about various animals who have such weapons--and then a few similar chapters on walrus tusks, porcupine quills, and other features peculiar to just one species. Scrappy.

Pub Date: April 2nd, 1976
Page count: 96pp
Publisher: Doubleday