Enzo & Lia Fun Page

Let’s delve into the fascinating world of the diverse animals featured in this book.

Click/touch the pictures to learn more about this characters.

Stella: Enzo and Lia's horse

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There are over 300 breeds of horses worldwide, each with unique characteristics in size, color, temperament, and abilities. The average lifespan is around 25 to 30 years.

Cannoli: Enzo & Lia's best friend

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Dogs were the first animals to be domesticated by humans, with evidence suggesting domestication as far back as 15,000 years ago.

Tiny Whiskers

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Mice are found on every continent except Antarctica. They are incredibly adaptable and can thrive in various environments, including forests, urban areas, and agricultural fields.

Mischievous goats

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Despite their reputation for being stubborn, goats are playful and affectionate animals. They are social animals that prefer to live in groups known as herds.

Prankish otters

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Otters are semi-aquatic mammals. They're one of the few known tool-using animals. They often use rocks to crack open shells of prey, such as clams.

Hopscotch frog

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Frogs are amphibians. They have moist, permeable skin that allows them to absorb water and oxygen directly from their environment.

Nightwing bats

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Bats are the only mammals capable of sustained flight. Their wings are thin membranes of skin stretched over elongated finger bones, which allows them to fly efficiently.

Twilight Tails

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Dormice are skilled climbers and are often found in wooded areas, forests, and shrublands. They have physical adaptations, including large eyes for night vision and long tails for balance while climbing.

Message Decoded

If you have read the book and decoded the message in the last page, hoover/touch the image below to confirm if you have guessed it right!

Our furry friend taught us that even when things seem rough, a wagging tail and a lick on the face can make everything better.