Author(s): James Maclaine; Paul Parker (Illustrator)
An intriguing introduction to the lives of lizards, with easy-to-read text, beautiful photographs and step-by-step visual explanations. This brilliant reference book reveals the world's many varieties of lizards, from tiny geckos that could fit on your fingertips to fearsome Komodo dragons. Discover which lizards swim in the sea, why some lizards change the colour of their skin and how one type of lizard uses its extraordinary blue tongue to stay safe. An unintimidating book, its contents is accessible to young children but of interest to all. Part of a collectable series, great for libraries and schools or any family bookshelf.