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Bats (Scholastic Reader - Level 1)

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Synopses & Reviews

Publisher Comments:

The Scholastic Science Readers TM series was created especially to bring exciting nonfiction to beginning readers. Each book combines easy-to-read text with outstanding photographs to give kids an introduction to a favorite topic. With consultation from a reading specialist and child psychologist, the texts have been clearly leveled to match developing skills. Every book has been carefully reviewed by an expert in the field for scientific accuracy and includes an easy activity that a child can do for further exploration.

Outstanding photography brings nature alive in these full-color books. Take a Look boxes give kids a special look at the inside of a wolf's den or a close-up of a bat's fur.

A close-up look at these flying creatures of the night. Kids will learn where bats live, what they eat, how they find prey by using echolocation, how they help people, and how people can help them.

Synopsis:

Created to bring exciting nonfiction to beginning readers, this series combines easy-to-read text with photos to introduce kids to a favorite topic. Each book includes an easy activity for further exploration. In "Bats", readers are given a close-up look at these creatures of the night--where bats live, what they eat, how they help people, and how people can help them. Full-color photos.

Synopsis:

Readers are given a close-up look at these creatures of the night--where batslive, what they eat, how they help people, and how people can help them. Fullcolor.

Synopsis:

Relaunch of the Scholastic Science Readers with brand new covers, photographs, and interior designs.

A basic introduction to bats: where they live, what they eat, how they find prey by using echolocation, how they are different from birds, when they hibernate, when they migrate, how they help people, and how people can help them.

About the Author

Lily Wood is the author of several books for children including Scholastic Reader Level 1: Bats.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780545237543
Author:
Wood, Lily
Publisher:
Scholastic Paperbacks
Subject:
Readers - Beginner
Subject:
Animals - General
Subject:
Children s-Early Readers
Edition Description:
Paper Text
Series:
Scholastic Reader Level 1
Publication Date:
20100901
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
from P up to 2
Language:
English
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
6 x 9 in
Age Level:
07-08

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Product details 32 pages Scholastic Paperbacks - English 9780545237543 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Created to bring exciting nonfiction to beginning readers, this series combines easy-to-read text with photos to introduce kids to a favorite topic. Each book includes an easy activity for further exploration. In "Bats", readers are given a close-up look at these creatures of the night--where bats live, what they eat, how they help people, and how people can help them. Full-color photos.
"Synopsis" by , Readers are given a close-up look at these creatures of the night--where batslive, what they eat, how they help people, and how people can help them. Fullcolor.
"Synopsis" by ,
Relaunch of the Scholastic Science Readers with brand new covers, photographs, and interior designs.

A basic introduction to bats: where they live, what they eat, how they find prey by using echolocation, how they are different from birds, when they hibernate, when they migrate, how they help people, and how people can help them.

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