KidHaven's Nature's Predators series explores the lives of various animals and how they hunt, trap and kill their prey, and how they in turn become the prey. Each book contains four chapters, a glossary and an annotated bibliography, direct quotes and a complete index.
"Report writers (will) come away much more informed. Each volume in this new series is a well-written, well-organized, thorough look at how a creature hunts, catches, and devours its food, which, as it happens, encompasses a lot of natural history territory. The series format is attractive: slightly enlarged type, clear paragraph headings allow for quick access, and many illustrations. The content is excellent, and kids will come away not only more knowlegeable but also more respectful of the other animals that share our planet."
-- Booklist (October 2001)
Price: US $29.15