Slap, Squeak and Scatter How Animals Communicate by Steve Jenkins

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ISBN 100618033769
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Jenkins, whose art can be seen in his own and others' books on natural themes, here provides an introduction to the ways animals communicate, with brief text and full-color torn- and cut-paper collages. Jenkins notes: "Animals send messages with sounds, visual signals, and touch.

They use odors and chemical messages, create vibrations in the ground, or even light up to communicate with others. Slap, Squeak & Scatter: How Animals Communicate by Steve Jenkins.

8 Total Resources View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Meet-the-Author Movie; Name Pronunciation with Steve Jenkins; Grade; ; Genre; Nonfiction. Slap, Squeak & Scatter: How Animals Communicate, written and illustrated by Steve Jenkins, tells the story of how animals send messages in a myriad of ways.

Here's how the book begins. Animals, like people, have important things to tell one another. The may need to warn of approaching danger or let others in their group know where to find food.

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