Best Foot Forward
Exploring Feet, Flippers, and Claws
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The bottom of a foot is round, light brown, and looks like a spongy version of the moon. Whose foot is this? An elephant's of course! There is more to feet than walking in this fun and informative photography book about feet in the wild. Learn about the gecko's ribbed feet that enable it to climb walls as smooth as glass. Or the kangaroo, whose long flat foot is adapted for jumping fast and far. Identify the webbed foot of a duck that's perfect for swimming.
Then go into a bonus round and identify the feet of an octopus, a caterpillar, a squirrel, and much more. Crystal-clear images and informative text combine into a format that makes learning about natural adatpation exciting.
Author Ingo Anrdt is an award-winning photographer who brings this humble appendage to life. Includes an index of all animals illustrated.
Praise For Best Foot Forward: Exploring Feet, Flippers, and Claws…
"Through striking photographs of the undersides of animal feet, a wildlife photographer demonstrates how they reflect an animal’s size, speed and mode of travel." - Kirkus
Holiday House, 9780823431854, 36pp.
Publication Date: August 31, 2014