The books in this series help young children ages 4-8 understand how their own senses and anatomy correlate with those of other animals. For example, eyes help an animal stay safe from predators, find food and shelter, and care for its young. We can also tell a lot about an animal from its mouth including what it eats and whether it is likely to be predator or prey. Similarly, legs tell a lot about an animals lifestyle and mobility. Award-winning nature photographer and environmental educator Mary Holland shares her fascinating animal insights with young readers. Science and nature books in this series for early childhood education include Animal Eyes, Animal Mouths, Animal Legs, Animal Tails, Animal Ears, Animal Noses, and Animal Skins.