Susan H. Gray

Susan H. Gray has a master’s degree in zoology. She has written more than 70 science and reference books for children and especially loves writing about animals. Gray also likes to garden and play the piano. She lives in Cabot, Arkansas, with her husband, Michael, and many pets.


Title   ATOS Format Qty
Snakes Shed Their Skin 3.2
Sea Star
Lionfish 4.6
Penguins Can't Fly 3.2
Camels Have Humps 3.4
Jellyfish 4.9
Rays 4.8
Mako Sharks 4.4
Termite 5.9
California Condor 5.2
Bald Eagle 5.6
Hornbill 4.8
Harpy Eagle 4.8
Spider Monkey 4.4
Bats Sleep Upside Down 3.2
Discover Rays 2.1
Discover Jellyfish 2.2
Grasshopper 2.7
Ant 2.5
Storm Chaser 5.7
Forensic Psychologist 6.5
Zebras Have Stripes 3.3
Skunks Smell Bad 3.2
Dolphins Breathe Air 3.1
Bears Hibernate 2.7
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Bugs
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Plants
Zebra Mussel 5.1
Starling 4.9
Emerald Ash Borer 5.4
American Mink 5.2
American Alligator 5.0
Whooping Crane 4.8
Mongolian Wild Horse 4.4
Key Deer 5.1
Karner Blue Butterfly 4.9
Gray Whale 4.6
Gray Bat 4.5
Giant African Snail 5.4
Walking Catfish 5.3
Transplants 5.6
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Seeds
Australian Spotted Jellyfish 5.5
Bullfrog 5.2
Emergency Care 5.9
Artificial Limbs 5.8
Disease Control 5.7
Hearing 5.5
Vision 6.1
Elephant Seal 5.0
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