By Dr. Seuss

Younger Morris McGurk we could his mind's eye run wild together with his circus McGurkus. "Fun for the full family."--Children's e-book Center.  

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Long sleeps Summer is the hottest time of year in the desert. Some desert animals sleep through summer. They sleep in cool underground homes. Desert tortoises sleep through summer. 28 Less energy Animals that sleep through summer do not wake up often. They use less energy while they sleep. Sleeping animals do not need to eat or drink often. This toad is burying itself in sand. It will sleep through summer under the ground. 29 Staying safe Desert animals need to stay safe from other animals. They stay safe in different ways.

Long sleeps Summer is the hottest time of year in the desert. Some desert animals sleep through summer. They sleep in cool underground homes. Desert tortoises sleep through summer. 28 Less energy Animals that sleep through summer do not wake up often. They use less energy while they sleep. Sleeping animals do not need to eat or drink often. This toad is burying itself in sand. It will sleep through summer under the ground. 29 Staying safe Desert animals need to stay safe from other animals. They stay safe in different ways.

This toad is burying itself in sand. It will sleep through summer under the ground. 29 Staying safe Desert animals need to stay safe from other animals. They stay safe in different ways. A rattlesnake has a rattle on its tail. When a rattlesnake shakes its tail, the rattle makes noise. The noise scares away other animals. rattle 30 Hard to see These squirrels have brown bodies. Desert sand is also brown. The squirrels stay safe because their color hides them. It is hard for other animals to see the squirrels on the sand.

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