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Little Ophiologist (My First Field Guide) (Volume 3) Paperback – Large Print, January 8, 2016
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About the Author
E. L. Botha lives, works, and plays in Austin, Texas with her husband, two children, three cats and a leopard gecko. It’s a full house and she loves every minute of it. Botha published her first book in 2015 and since then has published two successful children’s book series. She has recently started making puzzle books and loves the challenge! When she’s not writing, Botha assists other independently published authors, hikes with her family, and rescues kittens.
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Top customer reviews
I'm somewhat skeptical to a children's book about snakes, which portrays these creatures as cool and colorful – some snakes, after all, are extremely dangerous. True, the book does point out that rattlesnakes and copperheads have “venom dangerous to humans”, but that's about it.
I think it would be better to skip snakes entirely from a series of books for kids about approachable animals, or use this item only under strict parental guidance! Otherwise, you're little ophiologist may not get much older…
That being said, the concept as such isn't bad, and I therefore give it the OK rating (three stars).