While many animals seek shelter in natural homes such as caves or hollow logs and some simply take over abandoned spaces built by others, there are also plenty of species capable of constructing their own homes. Readers will discover how these animal architects dig burrows, build towering mounds, assemble nests, and much more. They will also find out these amazing species gather materials and choose locations for their homes, as well as how the animals' physical features help them build.
Franchino is a freelance writer and has worked for varied groups as educational toy companies, greeting card companies, and universities. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.