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  • Owl Bat Bat Owl (16)
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    Owl Bat Bat Owl (16)

    A mother owl and her three little owlets live happily on their branch. That is, until the bat family moves in. The newfound neighbors (owls up top, bats hanging below) can’t help but feel a little wary of one another. But babies are curious little creatures, and that curiosity, along with a wild, stormy night, might just bring these two families together.
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  • Bat (22)
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    Bat (22)

    A detailed chronology of developmental milestones drives this life study of bats, including their habitats, physical features, and conservation measures taken to protect these flying mammals.
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    • $26.95
  • Bat (Brown) (12)

    Animate your next storytime with our series, 'Finger Puppets: Animals'. Each puppet is beautifully crafted with vibrant colors and realistic features, representing many of our most loved animals. An elastic fitting inside keeps them on your finger and will give many hours of fun and creative play.

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  • Bat Pups (22)
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    Bat Pups (22)

    In Bat Pups, emergent readers learn what baby bats look like and how they live and grow up in the Outback. Carefully crafted text, high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references support emergent readers.
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  • Fruit Bat (23)

    Flying in for friendly fun is the Folkmanis Fruit Bat. Also known as a flying fox, this winged wonder has a cute, foxlike face with short snout and pointy ears as well as movable wings that span 20 wide.

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  • Mini Bat (24)

    Pollinate your imagination as you reach new heights with the playful Folkmanis Mini Bat finger puppet. Recommended for ages 3+. 10" Wingspan.

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  • Bat Wings! Cat Wings? (22)

    Bats have wings, but do cats? No, of course not! In this entertaining book designed to both instruct and delight, young audiences encounter actual animal traits paired with impossible ones. Or what if they’re not all far-fetched?
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    • $15.99
  • Benito the Bat Pollinates (22)
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    Benito the Bat Pollinates (22)

    In this title, early fluent readers follow Benito, a lesser long-nosed bat, as he embarks on his nightly pollination journey with his colony in the desert. Read along as Benito flies around searching for flowers that bloom at night, drinks nectar, and returns to his cave as the sun rises. Vibrant illustrations and carefully leveled text will engage young readers in a supportive educational fiction reading experience.
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    • $19.95
  • Cuevas de murciélagos (Inside Bat Caves) (16)
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    Cuevas de murciélagos (Inside Bat Caves) (16)

    When people go to sleep, bats are just waking up. While young readers may recognize the image of bats in the night skies, where they live may be less familiar. This title takes readers inside bat roosts to uncover the fascinating facts about this creature. Readers will learn the basics of bat roosts—in caves and beyond—and how they help bats survive in the wild. The text also looks at bat’s appearance, behavior, and the crucial role they play in nature’s ecosystems—topics covered in most elementary science curricula. Diagrams, fact boxes, colorful images encourage learning.
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  • Biggety Bat: Chow Down, Biggety! (15) Level 1
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    Biggety Bat: Chow Down, Biggety! (15) Level 1

    Biggety Bat is back--and on a search for his supper! "Hot diggety!" said Biggety. "Supper for sea turtle, but. . .what about me?" Biggety Bat is hungry -- and looking for his supper. The swamp he explores is full of animals chowing down: frogs, cuckoo birds, sea turtles, and more. But what will Biggety find to eat? Author Ann Ingalls blends lyrical text with real-life information about a Florida mangrove swamp. Readers will love discovering the eating habits of the animals who live in this unique habitat.
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  • Batter Power-Up! (24)
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    Batter Power-Up! (24)

    Zack Jones is a whiz when it comes to playing defense in the outfield. But when it comes to hitting a baseball, his batting skills come up short. Luckily, his friend Jamie has an incredible virtual reality system that helps him train to improve his batting game. But when the VR system goes up in smoke, Zack loses his confidence and isn't sure he can perform at the plate when his team needs him. Will Zack find faith in himself and keep his bat powered up when the game is on the line?
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  • Pikmi Pops: A Very Pikmi Halloween (19)
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    Pikmi Pops: A Very Pikmi Halloween (19)

    Pikmi Pops™ are the latest collectible craze! Join these cute critters on a Halloween adventure in this storybook. Pikmi Pops™ are the cutest collectible plush characters from Moose Toys, the creators of Shopkins™! The Pikmis celebrate Halloween in this adorably sweet 8x8 storybook! Wubbs the Bat and Vampy the Bat are best friends. Every Halloween, they host a friendly competition to see who can put on the best haunted treehouse. This year Wubbs is determined to win. But what tricks (or treats) does Vampy have up its sleeve? Find out in this adorable 8x8 storybook with original illustrations
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  • Baseball's Best Traditions and Weirdest Superstitions (23)
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    Baseball's Best Traditions and Weirdest Superstitions (23)

    Going to a baseball game? Don't expect the teams to care about a rookie's first home run. But do watch for Bryce Harper's bat tapping ritual each time he's up for bat. But first, slide into the ins and outs of good fun and good luck in baseball. With engaging text and striking photos, this book will delight young sports fan with some of the best and weirdest practices on the field and in the stands.
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  • Bats (24)

    Body swoops low ... Thin wings flap ... Meet the bat! Brimming with vivid photos and scientific facts, Bats treats middle-grade researchers and wild animal lovers to a comprehensive profile of this marvelous flying mammal. It covers zoology topics such as anatomy, diet, habitat, and life cycle, as well as species conservation efforts and the animal's relationship with humans throughout history. Sidebars, a range map, and a glossary support the main text, while an ancient Aztec creation story about the bat adds a cross-curricular cultural layer to the title.
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  • Stellaluna Big Book (97)

    Knocked from her mother’s safe embrace by an attacking owl, Stellaluna lands headfirst in a bird’s nest. This adorable baby fruit bat’s world is literally turned upside down when she is adopted by the occupants of the nest and adapts to their peculiar bird habits. Two pages of notes at the end of the story provide factual information about bats. “Delightful and informative but never didactic; a splendid debut.”--Kirkus Reviews Amazon.com Review Baby bat Stellaluna's life is flitting along right on schedule--until an owl attacks her mother one night, knocking the bewildered batlet out of her mother's loving grasp. The tiny bat is lucky enough to land in a nest of baby birds, but her whole world has just turned upside down. Literally. Stellaluna's adoptive bird mom accepts her into her nest, but only on the condition that Stellaluna will act like a bird, not a bat. Soon Stellaluna has learned to behave like a good bird should--she quits hanging by her feet and starts eating bugs. But when she finally has an opportunity to show her bird siblings what life as a bat is like, all of them are confounded. "How can we be so different and feel so much alike?" one asks. "And how can we feel so different and be so much alike?" asks another. "I agree," Stellaluna responds. "But we're friends. And that's a fact." Anyone who has ever been asked to be someone they're not will understand the conflicts--and possibilities--Stellaluna faces. This gorgeously illustrated book is sure to be an all-time favorite with readers, whether they've left the nest or not. (Click to see a sample spread. Illustration from Stellaluna, © 1993 by Janell Cannon, reproduced by permission of Harcourt Brace & Company) (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to the Hardcover edition. From Kirkus Reviews Attacked by an owl, Stellaluna (a fruit bat) is separated from her mother and taken in by a bird and her nestlings. Dutifully, she tries to accommodate--she eats insects, hangs head up, and sleeps at night, as Mama Bird says she must--but once Stellaluna learns to fly, it's a huge relief when her own mother finds her and explains that the behavior that comes naturally is appropriate to her species. With a warm, nicely honed narration, Cannon strikes just the right balance between accurate portrayal of the bats and the fantasy that dramatizes their characteristics. Her illustrations, in luminous acrylics and color pencils, are exquisite. The appealingly furry, wide-eyed, fawn-colored bats have both scientific precision and real character; they're displayed against intense skies or the soft browns and greens of the woodland in spare, beautifully constructed (occasionally even humorous) compositions. Delightful and informative but never didactic: a splendid debut. (Picture book. 4-8) -- Copyright ©1993, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition. Review "Knocked from her mothers safe embrace by an attacking owl, Stellaluna lands headfirst in a birds nest. This adorable baby fruit bats world is literally turned upside down when she is adopted by the occupants of the nest and adapts to their peculiar bird habits. Two pages of notes at the end of the story provide factual information about bats. Delightful and informative but never didactic; a splendid debut." (Kirkus Reviews ) Read aloud or recommend Stellaluna for fictional perspectives on bats. In this tale, which concludes with two pages of facts about the flying mammals, a baby fruit bat is adopted by birds. (Children's Literature ) --
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  • Bulldog, French (16)

    A playful pooch whose raison d'être is to be adored, the Folkmanis French Bulldog puppet is the epitome of cuteness! Distinctively featured with bat shaped ears and wrinkly face, you'll carry this canine companion everywhere and fool your friends with your newly well-trained lapdog.
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    • $33.99
  • How Are Animals Grouped? (22)
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    How Are Animals Grouped? (22)

    Bald eagles, bees, and bats all fly. But a bee is an insect. A bat is a mammal. And a bald eagle is a bird! Why are these animals sorted into different groups? Let’s investigate animal classification!
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  • El murciélago (24)

    Body swoops low ... Thin wings flap ... Meet the bat! Brimming with vivid photos and scientific facts, Bats treats middle-grade researchers and wild animal lovers to a comprehensive profile of this marvelous flying mammal. Translated into North American Spanish, it covers zoology topics such as anatomy, diet, habitat, and life cycle, as well as species conservation efforts and the animal's relationship with humans throughout history. Sidebars, a range map, and a glossary support the main text, while an ancient Aztec creation story about the bat adds a cross-curricular cultural layer to the title.
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  • There Are No Bears in This Bakery (19)
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    There Are No Bears in This Bakery (19)

    One night, Muffin hears a suspicious noise. Mouse? Raccoon? Bat? Nope, not the usual suspects. But Muffin hears . . . growling. Could it be? Yup. A bear. Just a cub. Whose stomach is definitely growling. Muffin’s got this case solved–clearly this bear needs some donuts.
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    • $9.00
  • Thank You, Bats (22)
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    Thank You, Bats (22)

    Introduces readers to the lives of different bat species and how they help their environments. Learn about their role in the food web and how their actions benefit plants.
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    • $22.95
  • Baxter is Missing: #6 (23)
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    Baxter is Missing: #6 (23)

    Eva can't wait for a famous author to visit, but she struggles with writing a story for the event when her pet bat, Baxter, goes missing. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Chapter Books is an imprint of Spotlight, a division of ABDO.
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  • Wonderful Wildlife (24)

    Discover the bright and colorful animals in each habitat through the simple rhyming texts, adorable artwork by Wendy Kendall, and appealing touch-and-feel format. Say hello to favorite animals like bunny and bear, bat and bird, and more!

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    • $10.99
  • Monkey Colors (12)
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    Monkey Colors (12)

    Monkeys come in many colors! A mammalogist at the Smithsonian Istitution's National Museum of Natural History, Darrin Lunde is the Author of "Hello, Bumblebee Bat" (a Geisel Award Honor Book); "Meet the Meerkat"; "Hello, Baby Beluga"; and "After the Kill."

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  • Bats What Friends Are For (22)
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    Bats What Friends Are For (22)

    When Ollie makes a new friend, Bea isn’t happy. Can she bat aside her hard feelings and learn to share her best friend with someone else? Find out in this early graphic novel that will get young readers giggling with its silly puns and playfully paneled story.
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