¿A dónde van en invierno? (In Winter, Where Do They Go?)
Some animals stay in snug burrows or hang upside-down in dark caves. Others take to the sky and migrate thousands of miles. Still others freeze solid on the forest floor! In this colorful, dramatic series, beginning readers will learn all about where animals go in winter and the amazing ways they survive. Each 24-page book features controlled text with age-appropriate vocabulary and simple sentence construction. The lively text, colorful design, and exquisite photos are sure to delight and engage emergent readers.
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|Interest Level||Preschool - Grade 3|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Genre||Beginning Readers, Nonfiction|
|Series||¿A dónde van en invierno?|
|Number of Pages||24|
|Dimensions||8 x 8|
|ISBN||9781627244558, 9781627244701, 9781627244855|
|Title Format||Reinforced book, Hosted eBook, Savings Bundle|
School Library Journal for ¿A dónde van en invierno?
In this series, the authors cover hibernation and migratory patterns of six different animals in a tidy and fascinating package. In Las golondrinas comunes, readers are introduced to the barn swallow and its migration to the South; in Los pequeños murciélagos café, they write about the little brown bat’s hibernation habits. Las mariposas monarca presents the monarch butterfly’s migration pattern and life cycle, while Las ardillas de tierra de trece franjas discusses how ground squirrels eat a lot prior to hibernation in order to accumulate fat. Las serpientes de cascabel de bandas covers rattlesnakes, and Las ranas de la madera tackles how wood frogs can stay frozen for up to several weeks. All of these titles incorporate photographs and close-ups to show the distinctive features of each animal. The large font is easy on early readers. Useful back matter rounds out each title and makes it a valuable introduction to science, zoology, and nature concepts. VERDICT: Solid additions.
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