by Carle, Eric
There once was a small green chameleon that wished to be handsome like a flamingo, smart like a fox, and funny like a seal. But with each transformation in size, shape, and color, the chameleon learns that maybe being yourself is best of all!
by Hegarty, Patricia
Chameleon is sneaky and likes to use his camouflage powers to play tricks on the other jungle animals. But when he meets someone who beats him at his own game, will Chameleon learn to change his ways?
by Staake, Bob
This bright, cheerful early reader about a giant lizard hiding in unlikely-and un-lizard-like-places combines Staake’s trademark high-energy graphic style with the classic appeal of Dr. Seuss, P. D. Eastman, and Robert Lopshire! With simple rhymed text and illustrations that provide visual clues to the meaning of the words on each page, it’s exactly what Dr. Seuss had in mind when he launched the Beginner Books series in 1957 with The Cat in the Hat!
The Kid and the Chameleon Go to School (The Kid and the Chameleon
by Mabry, Sheri
Tessy takes Newton to school, but Newton just wants to go outside. Can they find a way to learn from each other?
by Winston, Sherri
Spy School : The Graphic Novel
by Gibbs, Stuart
Ben Ripley may only be in middle school, but he’s already pegged his dream job: CIA or bust. Unfortunately for him, his personality doesn’t exactly scream “secret agent.” In fact, Ben is so awkward, he can barely get to school and back without a mishap. Because of his innate nerdiness, Ben is not surprised when he is recruited for a magnet school with a focus on science–but he’s entirely shocked to discover that the school is actually a front for a junior CIA academy. Could the CIA really want him?
by Wallmark, Laurie
In this picture book biography, young readers will learn all about Elizebeth Friedman (1892-1980), a brilliant American code breaker who smashed Nazi spy rings, took down gangsters, and created the CIA’s first cryptology unit. Her story came to light when her secret papers were finally declassified in 2015.
by Lionni, Leo
Elephants are gray. Pigs are pink. All animals have a color of their own except for chameleons. They change color wherever they go!
by Kenan, Tessa
¡Explora el increíble mundo de los camaleones del bosque lluvioso! El texto amistoso enseña a los lectores acerca de estas criaturas coloridas, mientras que fotos vívidas, preguntas de pensamiento crítico y un glosario de fotos les enseñan los fundamentos de la lectura de no ficción.
by Romero, Libby
Packed with beautiful and engaging photos, this new leveled reader dives into the amazing world of animals that change their appearance based on environment, the need to blend in to hunt or stay safe, and even their mood! Kids will learn all about the how and why of these amazing animal transformations.
Animal Imposters! : All True and Unbelievable!
by Freels, Korynn
With stunning photography and fun, easy-to-read writing, this Level 3 book covers everything from sneaky spiders to camouflaged geckos. It’s all true and unbelievable!
by Hirsch, Andy
In Andy Hirsch’s Science Comics: Cats, we meet feline friends from the tiniest kodkod to the biggest tiger, and find out what makes your neighborhood domestic cats so special. Equipped with teeth, claws, and camouflage to survive everywhere from deserts to mountaintops, how did these ferocious felines make the leap from predators to playmates… and are they even done leaping?
Ninja Plants: Survival and Adaptation in the Plant World
by Blevins, Wiley
What can communicate but has no mouth, and can attack but has no hands? A plant! You might love the beauty and fragrance of flowers, but plants are far more complex than meets the eye. Some plants have ways of luring insects for pollination. Others mimic the look of the female insects whose male counterparts they want to attract. The Venus flytrap eats insects and other small animals for extra nourishment. You might see some of these ninja plants with their sneaky and deceitful ways in your own backyard.
Camouflage: The Hidden Lives of Autistic Women
by Bargiela, Sarah
Autism in women and girls is still not widely understood, and is often misrepresented or even overlooked. This graphic novel offers an engaging and accessible insight into the lives and minds of autistic women, using real-life case studies.
by Endo, Tatsuya
Master spy Twilight is unparalleled when it comes to going undercover on dangerous missions for the betterment of the world. But when he receives the ultimate assignment–to get married and have a kid–he may finally be in over his head! Not one to depend on others, Twilight has his work cut out for him procuring both a wife and a child for his mission to infiltrate an elite private school. What he doesn’t know is that the wife he’s chosen is an assassin and the child he’s adopted is a telepath
Masters of Disguise: Camouflaging Creatures & Magnificent Mimics
by Martin, Marc
Now you see them, now you don’t. Cloaked in a riot of color, pattern, and texture are a dozen animals–from chameleons and polar bears to Gaboon vipers and mimic octopuses–that have mastered the art of fading into the background. Fact-packed pages segue into clever and beautifully illustrated seek-and-find spreads that put readers’ newfound knowledge of each creature and its ecosystem to the test.
Hide and Seek: Nature’s Best Vanishing Acts
by Helman, Andrea
Animals rely on clever ways to hide in plain sight. They camouflage themselves in unique ways to avoid danger or to keep undercover while hunting.
Chameleons: Everything About Purchase, Care, Nutrition, Diseases, Breeding,
by Bartlett, R. D.
This book gives advice on purchasing and otherwise acquiring a pet, feeding it nutritiously, keeping it in good health, and where applicable, grooming and training it. Each book in this large series is individually written by a specialist, and though the information is authoritative, the text is clear and straightforward, easy for every pet owner to understand.