Winston C. Toad is a rhyming book that reveals a day in the life of an American Toad. It playfully explores his interesting eating habits. He can be seen around marshes and in your garden with his distinctive markings and his huge appetite for insects. When the children hear this story they will want to go out and sight their own toads and learn more about this interesting toad that lives in our natural world.
This book is divided into 3 parts: a. Introductions Chapter 1): i. General history and phylogeny of Lepidosauria, and he evolution and diversity of the neck in Lepidosauria ii. Descriptions and terminology of he craniocervical region: bone (skull, presacral vertebral column and pectoral girdle) and muscles (superficial, intermediate and deep). iii. Materials and methods (dissection and observation) with a list of dissected and skeletal specimens and the phylogenetic tree (constructed by other authors) used for the craniocervical character distribution.