Time for A Bath

Time for A Bath

Book - 2011
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Playfully addresses some of the most bizarre and ironic ways wild animals can bathe.The gecko doesn't have eyelids, so in order to keep its eyeballs dirt-free the lizard licks them with its tongue. Some ants keep clean by scrubbing each other with feet that have been dipped in their oily saliva!
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Books for Children, 2011
ISBN: 9780547250373
Branch Call Number: E J
Additional Contributors: Page, Robin 1957-


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