What about Snakes?

What about Snakes? : A Kids' Guide to These Amazing Reptiles

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Do you like snakes and want to learn more about them? Maybe you're thinking of getting one as a pet and want to know which kind to choose. Or, perhaps, you're scared of snakes and want to feel less afraid. Whatever your reason, this little book can be a big help. With wonderful, lively illustrations and beautiful photographs, What About Snakes is a great starter book for kids. All royalties from this book benefit the Advocates for Snake Preservation. Recommended ages, 8 - 10.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 72 pages
  • 216 x 216 x 5mm | 195g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1514211734
  • 9781514211731

About Irwin Q Wart

About Irwin Quagmire Wart Irwin currently lives near Austin, Texas with his human assistant. Irwin's favorite color is green. His favorite foods are flies and mosquitoes. In his spare time, Irwin enjoys traveling, reading, writing, and spending time in the Land of Lily Pad with his family and friends. Irwin has also written four other books: Irwin Quagmire Wart Travels to Paris, France; Perfectly Perfect; Green Is Good and Irwin Quagmire Wart Travels back in Time. You can write to Irwin at irwin@irwinquagmirewart.com. Be sure to visit his website at irwinquagmirewart.com! Follow Irwin on Twitter; @IrwinQWart. You can find him on FaceBook, too! About My Little Python My Little Python is four little pythons, Stripie Snakie, Sweet Grapevine, Caramel Apple, and Tangerinei. The Little Pythons live in Serpentville, with their friends, and make frequent visits to the real world (in warm months) accompanied by their real world creator and ambassador snake Pinkie Py(thon) to teach kids that snakes are people too. The creator of My Little Python is Alli Metler, who developed the idea that kids needed to see snakes as friendly creatures with lives like theirs, just as they see other animals in cartoons and books. She started the My Little Python blog at age 9. My Little Python donates all financial proceeds to support herpetological conservation, education research and advocacy, so that the generations to come can learn to love and respect snakes, too. Meet the little pythons at http: //mylittlepython.blogspot.com http: //www.facebook.com/mylittlepython http: //www.twitter.com/mylittlepythonshow more