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No Backbone! The World of Invertebrates

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$134.95 $94.75
$248.16 $173.70
Reinforced Book and Multi-User eBook $159.95 $119.75

This series contains:

  • 5 Reinforced Books
  • 6 Unlimited Access eBooks
  • 5 Savings Bundles
  • All pricing information listed above reflects this.

    Kids will love exploring the creepy-crawly world of spiders! Vivid, eye-popping photographs and fascinating information will engage emergent and early readers as they learn all about the natural habitat, physical characteristics, diet, and behavior of these unique invertebrates.

     
    Title   ATOS Format Qty
    No Backbone! The World of Invertebrates (6 titles)
    Cover: Crafty Garden Spiders Crafty Garden Spiders 4.5
    Cover: Deadly Black Widows Deadly Black Widows 4.6
    Cover: Hairy Tarantulas Hairy Tarantulas 4.2
    Cover: Jumping Spiders Jumping Spiders 4.2
    Cover: Spooky Wolf Spiders Spooky Wolf Spiders 4.2
    Cover: Tricky Trapdoor Spiders Tricky Trapdoor Spiders 4.4
    Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 3
    Reading Level Grade 2
    BISACS JNF003120
    Genre Nonfiction
    Copyright 2009
    Publisher Bearport Publishing
    Series No Backbone! Spiders
    Language English
    Number of Pages 24
    Dimensions 10 x 8
    ISBN 9781597167024, 9781597168533, 9780982476062
    Title Format Reinforced book, Unlimited Access eBook, Savings Bundle
     

    No Backbone! Spiders

    This series allows readers to come safely eye-to-eye with larger-than-life spiders of all shapes and sizes. The texts, which are occasionally too vague, offer basic and interesting facts about spiders’ body structures, their young, how spiders eat, and where they live. Their many vivid close-up photographs are the books’ main appeal.

    No Backbone! Spiders

    This series allows readers to come safely eye-to-eye with larger-than-life spiders of all shapes and sizes. The texts, which are occasionally too vague, offer basic and interesting facts about spiders’ body structures, their young, how spiders eat, and where they live. Their many vivid close-up photographs are the books’ main appeal.

    No Backbone! Spiders

    Each book is devoted to a particular spider type, covering key topics such as food, habitats, defense, and life cycles. Spreads include four or five simple sentences, each neatly spaced by a carriage return, facing a vivid, close-up view of the spider in action. Word balloon captions highlight details when needed and smaller photographs on the text pages provide further visual reference. The excellent photos depict draglines, fangs, and even the shooting hairs of a tarantula in satisfying detail. Better yet, the well-chosen scenes relate directly to the words to demonstrate basic concepts in meaningful ways that readers will remember.

    No Backbone! Spiders

    Young children will surely be fascinated to discover the wonderful world of spiders in this set of six slim books for readers in the early elementary grades. My own children, and students I have taught, found these eight-legged invertebrates to be a little scary yet absolutely mesmerizing! In addition to showing spiders in their natural environment or in captivity, vivid photographs and accompanying informative text in these books provide specific details of black widows, garden spiders, jumping spiders, trapdoor spiders, and hairy tarantulas.

    Author/Illustrator biography
    Glossary of key words
    Index
    Table of contents
    Full-color photographs