The Illustrated Compendium of Amazing Animal Facts

by - April 11, 2016



This book, The Illustrated Compendium of Amazing Animal Facts, is such a fun book. From cover to cover, the pages are thick and the illustrations are accurate and detailed. There really isn't anything bad to say about it and the book title is pretty accurate of the contents. My 14 year old son has always been interested in animals of all kinds so I primarily got this for him. All the kids will use it though because it is full of information. It is written so my 6 yr old was able to read through and advanced and interesting enough for the older kids. 




Owls {page 8 and 9} 
A group of Owls is called a parliament. 
Owls can rotate their heads almost 230 degrees.
Owls have three eyelids:
One for when they blink, one for when they sleep, and one for cleansing the eye!
Seals {page 74 and 75}
A group of seals is called a harem. 




I can definitely see this book lasting a long time. It will find a nice home in our family library and can be used over an over. Again the pages are thick and well printed. The book is hardcover. 120 pages.You can grab a copy on Amazon.










I received this book for review purposes. All opinions and thoughts are my own and honest.
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