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Book Review: Hedgehogs (Barron’s)

Hedgehogs: A Complete Pet Owner’s Manual, by Sharon Vanderlip This book, strangely enough, shows itself to be speaking of rather two minds when it comes to hedgehogs. It appears as if the honesty of the author on the one hand … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hedgehog Care

Hedgehog Care: The Essential Guide To Ownership & Care Of Your Pet, by Kate H. Pellham Although I am someone who has had few pets over the course of my life, I do have a fondness in thinking about odd … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hedgehogs (Animal Safari)

Hedgehogs (Animal Safari), by Kari Schuetz Hedgehogs are not the sort of animal that one would think of as being a safari find, but Africa is one of three continents where hedgehogs appear naturally, along with Europe and Asia. To … Continue reading

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Book Review: Llamas And The Andes

Llamas And The Andes: A Nonfiction Companion To Magic Tree House #34: Late Lunch With Llamas, by Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce Admittedly, this is by no means a bad book. But more than is the case with … Continue reading

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Book Review: Llama (Animal Favorites)

Llama (Animal Favorites), by Caroline Arnold, with photographs by Richard Hewett As I have mentioned before, there are a lot of books about llamas and differentiating oneself from other books can be a worthy challenge. This particular book is a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Llamas (Living Wild)

Llamas: Living Wild, by Melissa Gish Although there are a great many books that are easy to read and are aimed at young readers and are undemanding looks at the llama as an animal, this book distinguishes itself from the … Continue reading

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Encounter At Isla Uvita: Part Three

And with that our information about the dinosaurs at Isla Uvita ends. That does not mean our interest in them ends, though. After all, it is decades before the dinosaurs again enter the historical record. It is natural to ask … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hedgehogs (Snap Books)

Hedgehogs (Snap Books), by Paula M. Wilson This book has an interesting focus, and one that is well worth considering when it looks at hedgehogs and when considering books about other animals as well. Some books for small children are … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hedgehogs: Nocturnal Foragers (Read And Learn)

Hedgehogs: Nocturnal Foragers (Read And Learn), by Rebecca Rissman It is always interesting to read a book like this one where you come to the book with outside knowledge and have some sort of context to knowing what the book … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hedgehogs (Nature’s Children)

Hedgehogs (Nature’s Children), by Josh Gregory Hedgehogs, in general, fit my standards for animals that I particularly like, which is why I like them. They are small, cute animals who tend to be associated with forests and meadows and which … Continue reading

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