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National Learning Association presents: DUCKS AND WOODPECKERS
Are your children curious about Ducks and Woodpeckers? Would they like to know when ducks started to become domesticated? Have they learnt how many species of woodpeckers exist or how ducks are able to sleep with one eye open? Inside this book, your children will begin a journey that will satisfy their curiosity by answering questions like these and many moreEVERYTHING YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT: DUCKS AND WOODPECKERS will allow your child to learn more about the wonderful world in which we live, with a fun and engaging approach that will light a fire in their imagination.
We're raising our children in an era where attention spans are continuously decreasing. National Learning Association provides a fun, and interactive way of keep your children engaged and looking forward to learn, with beautiful pictures, coupled with the amazing, fun facts.Get your kids learning today Pick up your copy of National Learning Association EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT: DUCKS AND WOODPECKERS book now Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1- When Did Ducks Start to Become Domesticated? Chapter 2- Ducks are Migratory Creatures Chapter 3- Ducks in Popular Culture Chapter 4- What are Their Mating Habits? Chapter 5- Do They Socialize a Lot? Chapter 6- Do Ducks Really Make Quacking Sounds? Chapter 7- What is Nest Parasitism? Chapter 8- How Do They Digest Larger Pieces of Food? Chapter 9- What's Special About a Duck's Bill? Chapter 10- What's Special About Their Eyes? Chapter 11- Their Feet Have a Variety of Functions Chapter 12- What's Special About Their Feathers? Chapter 13- How High Can They Fly? Chapter 14- Ducks are Able to Sleep With One Eye Open Chapter 15- How Fast Can They Fly? Chapter 16- Ducks Have a Variety of Predators Chapter 17- Ducks as Pets Chapter 18- Tell Me About the Baer's Pochard Chapter 19- How Long Do Ducks Live? Chapter 20- What are Woodpeckers? Chapter 21- How Many Species of Woodpeckers are There? Chapter 22- Where Do They Live? Chapter 23- The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Chapter 24- The American Three-Toed Woodpecker Chapter 25- The Imperial Woodpecker Chapter 26- The Pileated Woodpecker Chapter 27- What's Special About Their Heads? Chapter 28- The Ladder-Backed Woodpecker Chapter 29- They Have Incredibly Long Tongues Chapter 30- How Do Their Bills Function? Chapter 31- Do They Have Keen Eyesight? Chapter 32- What's Special About Their Feet Chapter 33- How Do They Hunt Their Food? Chapter 34- How Do They Communicate? Chapter 35- What are Their Mating Habits? Chapter 36- How Do They Build Their Nests? Chapter 37- What Types of Food Do They Eat? Chapter 38- They Have a Variety of Predators Chapter 39- Do They Socialize a Lot?