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
Cheetah Cubs Spring 2020
Chimpanzee Babies Spring 2020
Elephant Calves Spring 2020
Giraffe Calves Spring 2020
Hippopotamus Calves Spring 2020
Jaguar Cubs Spring 2020
Koala Bear Joeys Spring 2020
Polar Bear Cubs Spring 2020
Sloth Babies Spring 2020
Penguin Chicks Spring 2020
Forensic Psychologist 6.5
Storm Chaser 5.7
Ant 2.5
Grasshopper 2.7
Discover Jellyfish 2.2
Discover Rays 2.1
Bats Sleep Upside Down 3.2
Snakes Shed Their Skin 3.2
Hornbill 4.8
Harpy Eagle 4.8
Spider Monkey 4.4
Bears Hibernate 2.7
Dolphins Breathe Air 3.1
Skunks Smell Bad 3.2
Zebras Have Stripes 3.3
Camels Have Humps 3.4
Penguins Can't Fly 3.2
Lionfish 4.6
Sea Star
Rays 4.8
Jellyfish 4.9
Mako Sharks 4.4
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Seeds
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Plants
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Bugs
Australian Spotted Jellyfish 5.5
Bald Eagle 5.6
California Condor 5.2
Bullfrog 5.2
Termite 5.9
Giant African Snail 5.4
Walking Catfish 5.3
Transplants 5.6
Vision 6.1
Hearing 5.5
Disease Control 5.7
Artificial Limbs 5.8
Emergency Care 5.9
American Mink 5.2
Emerald Ash Borer 5.4
Starling 4.9
Zebra Mussel 5.1
American Alligator 5.0
Elephant Seal 5.0
Gray Bat 4.5
Gray Whale 4.6
Karner Blue Butterfly 4.9
Key Deer 5.1
Mongolian Wild Horse 4.4
Whooping Crane 4.8
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