are in virtually every Florida yard, yet few people know much
about them. They're mistakenly called chameleons, geckos or skinks.
Learn where they came from, where they live, how they establish
and defend territories, what they eat, what eats them, why they
change color, how they climb up smooth surfaces, how they mate
and bear young, and much more. This book is a fantasy based on
fact. Ann and Noel are lizards that communicate with a human.
Say their names rapidly in succession and you get ... anole. This
is a book with an important message, too: How Floridians can help
save the native green anole while promoting desirable plant growth.