Feet That Suck and FeedPaperback - 2000
Feet are neat! They jump, they climb, they swim, they dance. Animal paws have claws that dig and scratch any itch that they can reach. A dog uses them to hold a bone in place or get a person's attention. The squirrel uses its small, sharp feet to scamper up a tree and race along a branch--or grab a nut to eat. Raccoons' paws are so nimble that they can pluck cherries, husk corncobs, crack open bird eggs, and feel for clams in a muddy stream. And every animal--humans included--uses its feet to run from danger. Watch them in action, in photos and in drawings, to see just why feet can't be beat! The author lives in Victoria, British Columbia. 32 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 10.
Publisher: Vancouver, B.C. : Douglas & McIntyre Pub., c2000.
Characteristics: 30 pages :,color illustrations ;,27 cm.