Wild Cats

Wild Cats is a First Chapter Book in Golden Books' "Road to Reading Series."

Did you know that all cats are hunters? That even the wildest cat can play like a kitten? That a lion's roar can be heard more than three miles away?

Meet the the fascinating world of wild cats -- tigers, lions, cheetahs, leopards, and some odd cats like the serval, sand cat, and flat-headed cat.

A Scholastic Book Club selection.

Spectacular illustrations by Michael Langham Rowe at Wildlife Art, Ltd.

(Random House, 2004)

Selected Works

Nonfiction
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A baby gray wolf grows up.
Nonfiction/science
A book about sleep.

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