One sunny morning in late summer, naturalist Doug Moore was driving in Madera Canyon in southeastern Arizona when he noticed a large animal on the road. He saw that the creature had a long snout, slender body, and long tail with rings of light and dark fur. At first he thought it looked like a monkey. After stopping his car for a better look, Doug saw that it wasn’t a monkey at all—it was a white-nosed coati!
In White-Nosed Coati: Raccoon’s Cousin, kids will learn all about these rarely-seen creatures as they follow wildlife biologists in the field. Interactive features such as pop-up word definitions, text highlighting and note taking, multi-touch zoom, and interactive study cards deliver an experience beyond the printed book.
Also available in Reinforced Library Binding: 978-1-61772-581-4
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