"My teacher's pretty slick, Has a hundred teaching tricks. Even in the bathroom stalls, She hangs poetry on the walls, And while I'm there all alone I can't help but read a poem." From "Gross" and "Flushophobic" to "There's a Sock in the Toilet," these poems will have kids laughing all the way to "The Bathroom Dance!"
Based on the work of Samuel Wendell Williston and Dr. W.K. Gregory, author and editor of the original title published in 1925, this volume consists of two major parts - a structure-by-structure account of the reptile skeleton, followed by a classification of the various reptile groups based on osteological characters. This update isdesigned to give, in outline form, an account of the nature of the skeletal system of numerous reptile types both living and extinct.