Publication date 2007. Topics Reptiles, Amphibians & Terrariums, Juvenile Nonfiction, Juvenile Pet Care, Children's Books/Ages 9-12 Nonfiction, Children: Grades 3-4, Juvenile literature, Animals - Pets, Animals - Reptiles & Amphibians, Children's 9-12 - Animals/Pets, Green iguanas as pets, Iguanas, Pets. An iguana and you - Picking an iguana - Your iguana's home - Mealtime at the iguana cage - Keeping your iguana healthy - A serious decision - To find out more - Important words - Index - Meet the author.
Series: True Books: Your Pet, True Book (Your Pet). com Product Description (ISBN 0531167909, Library Binding). A simple introduction to choosing and caring for a pet iguana. Library descriptions.
Author : Elaine Landau. Publisher : Children's Press (ct). R.,107 on (FREE Delivery).
Piranhas (True Books: Animals) Paperback – Illustrated, September 1, 1999. by. Elaine Landau (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Elaine Landau is the author of several nonfiction books for children. Age Range: 7 and up. Grade Level: 2 - 3. Series: True Books: Animals. Publisher: Childrens Pr (September 1, 1999).
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Series Statement: A true book. General Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 44) and index. Rubrics: Green iguanas as pets Juvenile literature. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Your pet iguana, by Elaine Landau.
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Pet iguanas are not for everyone but they can make rewarding pets for those that are prepared for the care requirements they demand. When out of their cage, some iguanas might like climbing on their owner. Iguanas are never domesticated animals, will not often recognize their owners, and will try to escape if they are out of their cages. Additionally, a large iguana can cause real harm with its tail.