Lawrence Public Library

Animal teams, how amazing animals work together in the wild, written by Caroline Stamps ; illustrated by Charlotte Milner - harcover

"Learn how animals work in teams in the wild in this beautifully illustrated book. Discover why teamwork is so important for different groups of animals in the wild. Have you ever asked why birds swoop and soar in a flock? Or wondered where an army of ants is marching? This non-fiction book explains how animals work together to survive and thrive in the wild, and teaches children how important teamwork is, no matter how big or small a creature you are. Animal Teams takes young readers through a range of habitats, from snowy mountains to colourful coral reefs, to discover different groups of animals and how they work together to survive in their environments. Children will learn fascinating facts along the way. For example, did you know that flying in flocks means birds can sleep as they fly?"--Publisher's description
Literary Form
non fiction
First American edition.
Author's name from title page
Physical Description
32 pages, color illustrations, 24 cm

Library Locations

  • Lawrence Public Library

    51 Lawrence Street, Lawrence, MA, 01841, US