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Wildlife Survival

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From lions to polar bears, Wildlife Survival explores animals’ natural habitats, physical characteristics, diet, life cycle, and behavior. Each book details how these amazing animals thrive with nature. But environmental changes and human encroachment threaten their habitats-and their existence. Developed with conservation experts, each book discusses efforts to reverse threats to wildlife-and even shows how kids can help. Full-color photographs, habitat maps, and hi-lo text encourage children to become wildlife advocates.

 
Title   ATOS Format Qty
Wildlife Survival (4 titles)
Cover: Elephants in Danger Elephants in Danger 4.7
Cover: Lions in Danger Lions in Danger 4.6
Cover: Orangutans in Danger Orangutans in Danger 4.2
Cover: Polar Bears in Danger Polar Bears in Danger 4.5
Interest Level Grade 1 - Grade 7
Reading Level Grade 3
BISACS JNF003070
Genre Nonfiction
Copyright 2007
Publisher Bearport Publishing
Series Wildlife Survival
Language English
Number of Pages 32
Dimensions 8 x 10
ISBN 9781597163064
Title Format Reinforced book
 

Wildlife Survival

Each book begins with a table of contents. Each page has at least one photograph of the animal in its natural habitat and an interesting fact about them on every other page. The reader first gets to know the animals and how they live in their natural habitat, followed by reasons the animals are in danger, and how people are helping them. The text is interesting to read, yet the sentences are short and easy-to-understand. Vocabulary words are in bold print and defined in the glossary. The last few pages, Just the Facts, include a map showing where the animals live and more information about their bodies, food, and why they are in danger. A conservation page tells what is being done to help them survive followed by a page explaining what children can do, including Web sites to visit. Index. Recommended.

Wildlife Survival

Each book begins with a table of contents. Each page has at least one photograph of the animal in its natural habitat and an interesting fact about them on every other page. The reader first gets to know the animals and how they live in their natural habitat, followed by reasons the animals are in danger, and how people are helping them. The text is interesting to read, yet the sentences are short and easy-to-understand. Vocabulary words are in bold print and defined in the glossary. The last few pages, Just the Facts, include a map showing where the animals live and more information about their bodies, food, and why they are in danger. A conservation page tells what is being done to help them survive followed by a page explaining what children can do, including Web sites to visit. Index. Recommended.

Wildlife Survival

These visually appealing books provide information about their respective animals and the threats to their survival. . . Each spread usually includes a stunning full-color photograph of the animal in its natural habitat and a box of additional facts. The photographs are the highlight of the books. Each volume concludes with “Just the Facts,” several pages of additional information, including “In Danger” and “Conservation.” The tips are generally the same in each volume and range from learning about the animal to raising money for a conservation group. Consider these as additional purchases if your curriculum focuses on conservation.

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