Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Baby Bat loves his cave home and never wants to leave it. While practicing flapping his wings one night, he falls, and Pluribus Packrat rescues him. They then explore the deepest, darkest corners of the cave where they meet amazing animals—animals that don’t need eyes to see or colors to hide from enemies. Baby Bat learns how important bats are to the cave habitat and how other cave-living critters rely on them for their food. Will Baby Bat finally venture out of the cave to help the other animals?
A book with delightful illustrations, Home in the Cave is a keen story for younger children to learn about bats and caves. A baby bat doesn't want to leave the comforts of the cave but soon runs across a rat that explores the cave with him, showing why bats are important to other animals and the different animals that dwell in caves. The baby bat learns that it's important to learn to hunt and leave the cave so it can be dependable to the other cave creatures. In the "Creative Minds" section at the back of the book you can learn about life in cave zones, rock formations, cave habitats, bat ecolocation, and more.
Home in the Cave is a Spring 2012 release from Sylvan Dell Publishing.
I received book for review from Sylvan Dell Publishing. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products. Your opinions and results may differ.