|About the Book|
People study for many years to become architects so they can design buildings, structures, and homes. Animal architects may not be building skyscrapers, but their unique dwelling designs are no less amazing. Students can explore paper wasp nests, rich and colorful coral reefs, and the extensive network of tunnels in a prairie dog town. Theyll learn about the skills of termites, wombats, and beavers as well. Full-color photographs and fact-filled text give basic information on each animal architect. Special, focused information about their homes, why they build them, and special adaptations they have to help them build dwellings is also shared.