Are sloths lazy? Spark early reader’s natural curiosity about wild animals with an inquiry-based nonfiction approach to sloths. Meet the slowest mammal in the world! This tree-dwelling, leaf-munching rainforest animal moves at a speedy seven feet per minute. Sloths move so slow algae can grow on their fur, making some sloths appear green! With an engaging Q&A format, curious elementary kids will learn about the sloth’s habitat, diet, and family life. Features both two and three toed sloths. Simple infographics call out stats and support visual learning. A Stay Curious! feature models research skills and doubles as a mini media literacy lesson. Includes a table of contents, glossary, and index.