- Sophie Corrigan (Author & Illustrator)
- Hardcover; 128 pages
- 8.4" x 8.3" x 0.8"
Laugh-out-loud fun for animal lovers of all ages
Sniff Tips, Running Sticks, and Other "Accurately" Named Animal Parts.
Charmingly illustrated, wittily worded: Each critter featured in this fun book is tagged with totally fictitious yet comically accurate anatomical labels, from a tree frog's "clingy jazz hands" and a raccoon's "sneaky bandito mask," to a velociraptor's "disembowly prowlies" and many more. In Animal Anatomy, illustrator Sophie Corrigan evokes everyone's inner zoologist with animal parts that although not anatomically correct are absolutely spot-on!
- Includes animal puns, eye-catching bonus art, and interesting animal facts.
- Unscientific names for scientific parts such as a duck's "rub-a-dub dubbers," a sheep's "phat afro," a horse's "concealed good luck charms," a weasel's "pipe cleaner," and so many more.
- Sophie Corrigan is an illustrator and author based in the United Kingdom.