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Animals on the Move!

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Animals move in many ways. Some fly though the sky, while others swim in the ocean. Beginning readers will learn about fascinating animals on the move in this exciting series. The expertly crafted text uses a repetitive sentence pattern along with strong visual cues to support early readers as they build their reading skills and confidence. Each 16-page book features repetitive and predictable text and incorporates high-frequency and familiar sight words. Children just learning how to read will love these colorful and engaging nonfiction books.

Title   ATOS Format Qty
Animals on the Move! (6 titles)
Cover: Animals That Crawl Animals That Crawl
Cover: Animals That Dig Animals That Dig
Cover: Animals That Fly Animals That Fly
Cover: Animals That Jump Animals That Jump
Cover: Animals That Run Animals That Run
Cover: Animals That Swim Animals That Swim
Interest Level Preschool - Grade 1
Reading Level Kindergarten
BISACS JNF045000, JNF029000, JNF003000
Genre Beginning Readers
Copyright 2019
Publisher Bearport Publishing
Series Animals on the Move!
Language English
Number of Pages 16
Dimensions 7 x 9
ISBN 9781642800029, 9781642800241, 9781642800463
Title Format Reinforced book, Unlimited Access eBook, Savings Bundle

School Library Journal Review of Animals On the Move!

Cute photos serve as an appealing backdrop for this series aimed at new readers. Six spreads ask a repeated question (“What can dig?”), with the answer provided below (“A mole can dig”). The simple words are set against an engaging photograph of the featured animal demonstrating the action in its natural setting. The strict pattern and repetition within the text makes the series accessible to beginning readers. Most animal names are easy to read, and the obvious visual cues will help with the others. The creatures included are familiar, well varied, and occasionally unexpected, as in the case of a running lizard and a swimming bear. The final spread turns a question over to readers (“Can you run?”), accompanied by a photo of a child in action and an enthusiastic “Yes you can!” VERDICT: Just right for beginning readers who love animals.

Booklist Review of Animals That Fly

The Animals on the Move! series (6 titles) is part of Bearcubs Books, a new imprint dedicated to supporting early literacy skills. This book uses a repetitive Q&A format to support new readers and show off some of the sky’s frequent fliers. A large, vividly colored photo spans each double-page spread, asking “What can fly?” on the left page. The response always appears on the bottom of the right: “A [animal name] can fly.” Even if kids can’t yet read everything, the photo will give the context clues they need. A bee, duck, bat, dragonfly, eagle, and butterfly all wing across the book’s pages, and appended teaching tips offer suggestions to instructors or caregivers for before, during, and after reading to help little ones better hone their literacy skills.

Author/Illustrator biography
Glossary of key words
Sources for further research
Table of contents
Teaching guides
Full-color photographs

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