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by Gail Gibbons

ePub Grizzly Bears download
Author:
Gail Gibbons
ISBN13:
978-0823417933
ISBN:
082341793X
Language:
Publisher:
Holiday House; 1 edition (September 1, 2003)
Category:
Subcategory:
Animals
ePub file:
1865 kb
Fb2 file:
1473 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
283

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Grizzly bears have no enemies but humans. Here are fascinating facts about their habits, biology, and important place in their ecosystem.

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The book was published in 2007 by Bearport Publishing (America's Animal Comebacks). Grizzly bears are currently not extinct and there are many grizzly bears that are living. Asked in Grizzly Bears. When did grizzly bears become extinct? Grizzly bears are currently not extinct and there are many grizzly bears that are living. Do grizzly bears have live babies? Yes, that's how they make more grizzly bears. Yes, that's how they make more grizzly bears.

Gail Gibbons is an American writer and illustrator of children's books, most of which are non-fiction. She started her career as a graphic artist for television, but transitioned to writing and designing children's books in the 1970s.

Gibbons illustrates her introduction to the grizzly's habits and life cycle with splashy watercolors in which three-month-old cubs (which . Even Gibbons's staunchest fans should find this bear-ly marginal offering a disappointment. Picture book/nonfiction.

Two nearly identical maps convey the same information about the grizzly's past and present ranges, and several superimposed labels are either obscured by bright color behind them or contradict information in the accompanying narrative. According to The Washington Post, Gail Gibbons has taught more preschoolers and early readers about the world than any other children’s writer-illustrator. The multi award-winning Ms. Gibbons is the author of more than 100 books for young readers, including th. ore about Gail Gibbons. Category: Children’s Picture Books. People Who Read Grizzly Bears Also Read. Inspired by Your Browsing History.

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Grizzly bears have no enemies but humans. Here are fascinating facts about their habits, biology, and important place in their ecosystem.
  • Very useful read-aloud and supplement for learning about animals!

  • Excellent condition

  • Mediocre child's book about grizzly bears provides basic information about anatomy and the life cycle of the sow and her cubs. Presents evolutionary theory as both a belief and a fact on the second page. "Many scientist believe the bear family...evolved from the dog family about 20 million years ago. Around 3 million years ago they began to look like the bears we know today."

    The author also indicates that the sow and her cubs hibernate. Contrary to popular belief (due to elementary teaching in public schools), bears do not hibernate. They go through a period called dormancy, which differs from hibernation in many ways. Children can handle accurate information, so why not provide it?

    Two stars given (rather than one) for beautiful illustrations.

  • Shows the habitat, characteristics, and range of grizzly bears. Majority of book covers a two year life cycle of a sow and her cubs. Includes some really nicely detailed illustrations. A few extra bear facts are presented at the end of the book. Karen Woodworth-Roman, Children's Science Book Review