Joanne Mattern


Read in app
Octopuses have large brains. They also have nerve cells in each of their arms. These are like eight smaller brains! In this title, beginning readers will explore how octopuses use their brains to navigate the ocean, find food, and hide from predators. Leveled text and colorful photos present the information in an easy-to-understand way, while a brain comparison chart, skills graphic, profile, and scientific study feature further highlight the intelligence of octopuses!
24 printed pages
Copyright owner
Bellwether Media
Original publication


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