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Fabulous photographs, eye-catching design, and simple rhyming text constitute this Level 1 reader about the fascinating lives of polar animals! Now in paperback with foil on the cover! "I'm a seal. My flippers help me steer and swim. This nonfiction easy reader has simple, rhyming text and close-up photography of polar bears, peng.

Series: Scholastic Reader Level 1 (Book 1). Paperback: 32 pages. Publisher: Cartwheel Books (November 1, 2009). This book isn't anything to jump up and down about, but it was just fine for my little reader to read on her own. It's a step one, and just a sentence or two per page. They also rhyme which is not really necessary but perhaps does help some early readers. It's a fine introduction to polar animals, covering the polar bear, snowy owl, arctic fox, penguin, walrus, and seal. It doesn't teach very much per animal but the photos are fabulous.

Now in paperback, this nonfiction easy reader hassimple, rhyming text and close-up photography ofpolar bears, penguins, walruses, seals, and more!Early readers can show off what they’ve learnedwith four pages of activities.

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Fabulous photographs, eye-catching design, and simple rhyming text constitute this Level 1 reader about the fascinating lives of polar animals! Hardcovers, foil, and an unbeatable price!"I'm a seal.See my smooth skin.My flippers help mesteer and swim."Children learn about polar bears, penguins, walruses, arctic foxes, seals, and snow animals. The text is written in easy-to-read rhymes and is illustrated with irresistible photographs. Three pages of fun learning activities are designed to both challenge and entertain new readers.

Polar Animals (Scholastic Reader, Level 1) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0545007184

ISBN: 0545007186

Author: Wade Cooper

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Cartwheel Books (October 1, 2007)

Pages: 32 pages

ePUB size: 1115 kb

FB2 size: 1410 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 208

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Early Waffle
cute and great for my first grade daughter to be able to read up on a current interest
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cute and great for my first grade daughter to be able to read up on a current interest
Buzatus
This book is very cute, my baby enjoys looking at the beautiful pictures of real animals. It is also very good for older children who are starting to read.
Buzatus
This book is very cute, my baby enjoys looking at the beautiful pictures of real animals. It is also very good for older children who are starting to read.
Cordabor
Good early reader!
Cordabor
Good early reader!
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This book isn't anything to jump up and down about, but it was just fine for my little reader to read on her own. It's a step one, and just a sentence or two per page. They also rhyme which is not really necessary but perhaps does help some early readers. It's a fine introduction to polar animals, covering the polar bear, snowy owl, arctic fox, penguin, walrus, and seal. It doesn't teach very much per animal but the photos are fabulous. Really cute ones. There's also a helpful review at the end of facts and key words.

I would have given it five stars if they'd managed to slip in a couple more facts. As it is, it is more of an addition to language arts rather than science. Or maybe a nice jumping off point for something more in depth.
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This book isn't anything to jump up and down about, but it was just fine for my little reader to read on her own. It's a step one, and just a sentence or two per page. They also rhyme which is not really necessary but perhaps does help some early readers. It's a fine introduction to polar animals, covering the polar bear, snowy owl, arctic fox, penguin, walrus, and seal. It doesn't teach very much per animal but the photos are fabulous. Really cute ones. There's also a helpful review at the end of facts and key words.

I would have given it five stars if they'd managed to slip in a couple more facts. As it is, it is more of an addition to language arts rather than science. Or maybe a nice jumping off point for something more in depth.