Most ts are small-—between 2 and 5 inches. How do these little amphibians protect themselves from big, hungry enemies? Many ts, such as the red-spotted t, are covered in poisonous mucus. The animal’s bright colors warn predators that eating the t can be deadly. But what if an animal decides to attack anyway? If grabbed by an enemy, a t can lose its tail and escape. Within a few weeks, the t grows a tail to replace the one it lost. These are just some of the fun facts that kids will learn when they enter the world of Little ts. Vivid, full-color photos and clear, grade-appropriate text will engage emergent readers as they learn about the natural habitat, physical characteristics, diet, and behavior of these tiny amphibians.