“This creative team adds to its cheeky series with this volume devoted to animal communication. . . . Entertaining and worthwhile.” —School Library Journal
How does a stinkbug flirt, a bee give orders, or a panda say “back off"? Animals find all sorts of ways to keep in touch without saying a word. They use colors, patterns, smells, movements, vibrations, sounds, and even electricity to communicate. From the chatter of dolphins to the click of a moth, from the stripes of a reef fish to the rumbling of elephants, this funny, fascinating book unlocks the mysteries of how animals talk and squawk to one another—and how humans try to talk back. Back matter includes an index and a glossary.