by Peter Christie
The animal kingdom is filled with spies. By observing and listening in on other animals, these wildlife spies can find a mate, elude predators, find homes, and catch prey. Thus you get stories about iguanas paying attention to mockingbird calls to avoid hungry hawks, monkeys watching troop activity to determine friend from foe, and squirrels digging fake storage holes to thwart would-be food thieves.
An appealing presentation makes this book ideal for young animal-lovers.