Eye by Eye: Comparing How Animals See

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Millbrook Press (Tm)
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9.4 X 11.2 X 0.5 inches | 0.95 pounds
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About the Author

Sara Levine is a veterinarian, an educator, and an award-winning author of science-focused picture books, including Bone by Bone: Comparing Animal Skeletons, A Peek at Beaks: Tools Birds Use, and The Animals Would Not Sleep!. A Terrible Place for a Nest was inspired by a couple mourning doves who did, in fact, build their nest in an inconvenient location. Sara and her daughter have had to move more times than they would have liked in recent years and are currently settling into a new nest in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
T.S Spookytooth has been illustrating for many years. Throughout these years of brandishing a paintbrush, he has explored the diverse fields of children's picture books; magazine and newspaper illustrations; and advertising, packaging, and illustrating for websites.

When not working on illustration commissions, he likes to find time to work on many of his own personal projects. He keeps these projects locked in a suitcase but sometimes he forgets where he left the key. An ideal day for Mr. Spookytooth is to ponder and then to draw these ponderings. Some food is fitted in along the way followed by more ponderings and the occasional readjustment of his bow tie, but ponderings are the main order of the day.

He also lives in a house with Mrs. Spookytooth and thankfully she is fond of a ponder as well . . . and is good at finding lost keys.


"The brilliant pairing of author, educator, and veterinarian Levine and artist with a funny bone Spookytooth yields a mix of fun, facts, and conjecture. A fabulous addition to classroom studies of animals and nonfiction literature. Also perfect for personal enjoyment."--starred, School Library Journal

-- (9/1/2020 12:00:00 AM)

"[P]ictures of children with extra eyes, moving eyes, antennae, and animalistic pupils are intriguingly bizarre to look at and will likely keep curious children coming back to this book for stares and giggles."--Kirkus Reviews

-- (8/1/2020 12:00:00 AM)