Enjoy amazing close-up images of twenty-one common yet often overlooked North American animals.
Photographed against white backgrounds, their colors, shapes, textures, and seeming personalities shine. Whimsical but educational narratives accompanying each animal highlight fascinating natural history information: a bush katydid explains her bubblegum-pink color, a poetic opossum opines upon her often-shortened name, and a far-from-modest black swallowtail butterfly lets readers in on her secret for avoiding predators.
Back matter includes a visual index, additional animal facts, a two-page life-size spread of silhouettes, and a full glossary.
With such stunning photography, you’ll never see nature the same way again!