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Creatures of the Rain Forest (Real-Life Monsters) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-16 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1467776440
LANGUAGE:English

"After reading this book I am sooo glad to live outside the rain forest. I found it both fascinating and creepy. The book highlights some creatures found in several rain forests across the world. The pages contain descriptions and photos of the creature and then has a chart at the side to rate its size, power, danger, deadliness, etc. So cool! The number 1 "monster" in my book is the Brazilian Wandering Spider, aka: murderess. It is 6 inches wide and 30 times deadlier than a rattlesnake! Yikes! Any lover of animals and unusual critters will love this book." said.

"This title of the “Real-life Monsters” series focuses on ten monstrous creatures of the rain forest, and most of the usual suspects are here (anaconda, poison dart frog, vampire bat, etc.) An introductory spread is followed by a countdown. From ten to one, the creatures are ranked by their scores in size, power, strength, aggression and deadliness. From an innocuous treehopper to the number one harpy eagle, each spread shows the animal up close and personal. Brief text and fact boxes provide basic information about each creature and its unique claim to monster status. Color photographs, drawings and infographics add visual appeal. Back matter includes a “Rogues’ Gallery’, “Want to Know More?” spread and index. Though not a must-have, the title is an inviting browsing book and a good choice for reluctant readers." said.

"After reading this book I am sooo glad to live outside the rain forest. I found it both fascinating and creepy. The book highlights some creatures found in several rain forests across the world. The pages contain descriptions and photos of the creature and then has a chart at the side to rate its size, power, danger, deadliness, etc. So cool! The number 1 "monster" in my book is the Brazilian Wandering Spider, aka: murderess. It is 6 inches wide and 30 times deadlier than a rattlesnake! Yikes! Any lover of animals and unusual critters will love this book." said.

"This title of the “Real-life Monsters” series focuses on ten monstrous creatures of the rain forest, and most of the usual suspects are here (anaconda, poison dart frog, vampire bat, etc.) An introductory spread is followed by a countdown. From ten to one, the creatures are ranked by their scores in size, power, strength, aggression and deadliness. From an innocuous treehopper to the number one harpy eagle, each spread shows the animal up close and personal. Brief text and fact boxes provide basic information about each creature and its unique claim to monster status. Color photographs, drawings and infographics add visual appeal. Back matter includes a “Rogues’ Gallery’, “Want to Know More?” spread and index. Though not a must-have, the title is an inviting browsing book and a good choice for reluctant readers." said.

"After reading this book I am sooo glad to live outside the rain forest. I found it both fascinating and creepy. The book highlights some creatures found in several rain forests across the world. The pages contain descriptions and photos of the creature and then has a chart at the side to rate its size, power, danger, deadliness, etc. So cool! The number 1 "monster" in my book is the Brazilian Wandering Spider, aka: murderess. It is 6 inches wide and 30 times deadlier than a rattlesnake! Yikes! Any lover of animals and unusual critters will love this book." said.

"This title of the “Real-life Monsters” series focuses on ten monstrous creatures of the rain forest, and most of the usual suspects are here (anaconda, poison dart frog, vampire bat, etc.) An introductory spread is followed by a countdown. From ten to one, the creatures are ranked by their scores in size, power, strength, aggression and deadliness. From an innocuous treehopper to the number one harpy eagle, each spread shows the animal up close and personal. Brief text and fact boxes provide basic information about each creature and its unique claim to monster status. Color photographs, drawings and infographics add visual appeal. Back matter includes a “Rogues’ Gallery’, “Want to Know More?” spread and index. Though not a must-have, the title is an inviting browsing book and a good choice for reluctant readers." said.

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