Published April 1998
by Bat Conservation International .
Written in English
|Contributions||David Chapman (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
To order Discover Bats!, please call the BCI catalogue order line at BATS () in the U.S. or Canada, or call during office hours. The book-and-video package is $ for BCI members; $ for nonmembers. The Multi-Media Education Kit about Bats by Merlin D. Tuttle, David Chapman | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Discover. Book Graph Discover Bats!: The Multi-Media Education Kit about Bats by Merlin D. Tuttle, David Chapman (Illustrator) Pages: Deep-toned illustrations dominate the pages, showing bats in action against midnight-blue or moonlit skies. The occasional splashes of color light up brilliantly against the dark backgrounds. Well suited for classroom use, this book makes a good case for bats as an admirable part of the natural world/5(59). Obviously, real bats were not animals that I could safely bring into the classroom for students to observe, nor did we have locations around our school where bats were known to roost. Instead, I explained to the students that we would use models of bats so that we could learn more about them without risking harm to the animals or : Amanda J. Phillips, Catherine Scott, Catherine E. Matthews.
Studying these bats, researchers from the Smithsonian’s Global Health Program discovered six new coronaviruses, the same family of viruses as Author: Max Kutner. Discover a world of bats in bold new book from DK. written by Simone Brookes. If your child has a keen interest in the natural world and conservation, they will love this new book by author and illustrator Charlotte Milner. Packed full with fascinating facts about our only flying mammal, Author: Simone Brookes. Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. The largest losses of cave-dwelling bats often occur prior to a cave’s discovery by cavers or bat biologists. When looking for bat roosts we simply ask about caves where bats currently live. And too often, those we discover are locations of last resort for bats that have been forced to abandon preferred sites. This presents major problems.
Like Bats at the Beach (), Bats at the Library (), and Bats at the Ballgame (, all Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), this latest adventure will enchant children, who will want to hear it, read it, and relive it over and over again.—Mary Jean Smith, formerly at Southside Elementary School, Lebanon, TN. School Library Journal. /5(1). Bats live in a variety of habitats, and different species roost and hibernate in different types of refuges. Bats are famous for living in caves or mines, but many live in hollow tree trunks or behind loose bark of trees, in attics or behind nooks in siding of homes, in crevices . Bats is an informational childrens book that provides facture nature details about the mammal, bats. The author specifically describes the long eared bat and its habitat. It describes the bats physical characteristics as well as how unique bats are compared to other mammals. Evaluation: I /5. Throughout the book, Tuttle discovers evidence of people killing bats, often by lighting fires in caves, sometimes by clubbing or stoning the bats, or pursuing them with flamethrowers.