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 Amazing Ocean Creatures For Kids 
Table of Contents 

Chapter 1 
Mimic Octopus: 
Blue-striped Fangblenny: 
Ghost Pipefish: 
Leafy Sea Dragon: 
Chapter 2 
Swordtail Characin: 
Pearl Fish: 
Coleman Shrimp: 
Black Marble Jawfish: 
Tasseled Anglerfish: 
Chapter 3 
Author Bio 


“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” ~Jacques Yves Cousteau 

The Ocean is full of amazing creatures in all shapes, sizes and colors! This large body of water is covered with life, but to survive some creatures need to be very smart. And they need to know how to hide or pretend really well. 

In this book, we will talk about a few creatures who really know how to vanish in plain sight! Are you ready to get started? Then review the names of these amazing creatures before we begin: 

1-Mimic Octopus 
2-Blue Striped Fang Blenny 
3-Ghost Pipefish 
4-Cockatoo Wasp fish 
5-Leafy Sea Dragon 
6-Swordtail Characin 
7-Pearl fish 
8-Coleman Shrimp 
9-Black Marble Jaw Fish 
10-Tasseled Anglerfish 

Do you know any of these creatures and what makes them unique? It’s their ability to blend in with their surroundings. For example, some of them change their colors to look like something completely different. Others hide in funny places and some even change their body shape to look like something else! Can you do that? 

These Ocean creatures can teach us a lot about making the best of any situation and learning how to adapt. Another word for this practice is called: Camouflage. Do you know what this word means? 

Kids.Net.Au describes this word like this: “the act of concealing the identity of something by modifying its appearance; 

Remember: Every creature on the planet can teach us something new. So take a moment to learn about the real “masters of disguise!”
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About the author

 John Davidson

Born and raised in Wyoming and Canada on Ranches. Studied at Utah State University and taught drafting at Bridgerland Applied Technology College for 20 years. Own and run several businesses, an architectural design business, a web design business and a Sawmill business. Married to Karla for over 30 years and have 4 great kids, living in Mendon, Utah.
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 Ten Amazing Horses For Kids 
Table of Contents 
Chapter 1 5 Amazing Horses 
Chapter 2 5 More Amazing Horses 
Chapter 3 A Few Horse Facts 
Conclusion Nature's Great Wonders 
Author Bio 


To ride a horse is to ride the sky. ~Author Unknown 

For thousands of years horses have been a part of our life and our history. And like most animals they come in all shapes, sizes and colors. The American Museum of Natural History says horses have been “racing around…for more than 50 million years.” That’s a very long time! 

At first horses were wild and free. But around 6,000 years ago, we made them a part of our lives. And as time went on, more than 200 breeds were created. Some sources say it’s more than 400! These domesticated horses worked on farms, hitched to wagons, carried loads and helped on the battlefield. 

And today, they still make up a large part of our lives. In 2007, an online article by says there are more than 58 million horses in the world! Did you know that? 

In this book, we will talk about a few horse breeds you might fight strange. And if you do know about them, perhaps you may discover something new. Are you ready to get started? Then look at the names of these courageous animals before we begin: 

1-American Cream 
3-Cleveland Bay 
4-Colonial Spanish 
6-Newfoundland Pony 
8-Suffolk Punch 
9-Akhal – Teke 

Do you know any of these horse breeds and what makes them different from the others? It’s not only their shiny coat, strong legs or loving personality. But each horse offers something special. Some are very tame and others run very fast. Some are elegant and strong and sturdy. Others are great with kids. 

These amazing animals can teach us a lot about being good friends and taking care of each other. Horses are also very smart. How smart? The following poem may give you an idea!
 Poodles - Dog Books for Kids
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Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Author Bio


"Dogs are miracles with paws."
- Susan Kennedy

Poodles may be seen as ‘all beauty and no brains. Some have even labeled them proud and high minded…but nothing could be further from the truth!

This breed is highly intelligent, very obedient and active. They are also eager to please and more than willing to give you their affection and care.

And when it comes to perfecting skills, a Poodle can hold its own against any other breed of dog. Perhaps this is one reason why it does so well at dog shows. Poodles have been honored many times at Conformation Shows for their skillful ability. That they manage to do this while looking good is quite a feat!

Their elegant nature has won them many awards and their signature “clippings” is also well known. Over the years they have won the hearts of many owners, and today are considered one of the Top 10 dog breeds by the American Kennel Club. They also make excellent companions and are a great part of any home, especially those with young ones.

In France, Poodles were used as a water retriever. Do you know what this means? The name rather gives it away. This breed was used to “retrieve” objects in the water. For example: When prey fell into the water, the Poodle would return the prey to their owner without damaging it. However, as years went by France loved the breed so much it didn’t take long for the Poodle to become its national breed.

Today, we see Poodles in a lovable light. These elegant creatures are a wonderful example of nature’s diversity and beauty. With intelligent minds and good looks, Poodles have become a part of many homes and hearts. Because of their kind demeanor, they are highly recommended for families with children and will add a wonderful addition to a loving home.
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