Whose Eye Am I?
Shelley Rotner (Author)
Description"Who am I?" ask captions alongside close-ups of colorful animal eyes. As readers guess which animal belongs to each eye, they will discover that each animal has a unique and amazing way of seeing. Snakes have clear eyelids that cannot ever open or close. Some sea creatures have hundreds of eyes around the edges of their shells. Many animals can see colors that are invisible to humans. Brimming with vivid and engaging photographs, this book also includes a clear explanation of how human eyes work, a labeled diagram of a human eye, a glossary, and an index.
January 30, 2016
9.6 X 0.4 X 8.6 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author
Award-winning author Shelley Rotner, the author and photo-illustrator of more than thirty books, lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.
"the appeal here is really the amazing variety in form and function. Engaging and informative for readers and listeners alike."--Kirkus Reviews "Featuring plenty of interesting facts and Rotner's clear, colorful photographs, this book offers an attractive introduction to animal vision."--Booklist "The language is direct and the layout bare-bones, but the photographs are eye-catching, no pun intended, and readers will walk away with interesting tidbits about how animals, including humans, see the world."--Publishers Weekly "Pre-readers will simply study the photos; older students will enjoy the simple text that gives the animal names and explains differences."--School Library Journal