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ePub Night Animals (Usborne Beginners) (Usborne Beginners) download
Author:
Sam Meredith
ISBN13:
978-0746080504
ISBN:
0746080506
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Publisher:
Usborne Publishing Ltd; New Ed edition (2001)
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1359 kb
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1152 kb
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Published March 25th 2008 by Usborne Books (first published June 29th 2007).

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This beautiful book from the popular Usborne Beginners series allows children to peek into a nocturnal world usually hidden from human eyes. Combining dramatic, eye-catching pictures with a factual text full of easy words chosen by literacy experts, it makes the amazing world of these shy night creatures visible for every young learner to explore. Owls, badgers, foxes, hedgehog. his beautiful book from the popular Usborne Beginners series allows children to peek into a nocturnal world usually hidden from human eyes.

Night Animals
  • I cannot tell you how much I love the Usborne Beginners series. I am an elementary school teacher and I am always on the prowl for books that excite my children to read. These books have wonderful color photos with simple explanations. The words are chosen very carefully to enable even the struggling reader a chance to enjoy the information. Each two pages revolve around one main idea and its details. The content is engaging and prompts my students to think and ask questions. Boys especially respond to expository text versus narrative books. I would (and do already) recommend the entire series to everyone.

  • My children and I love these Usborne Beginners. They are full of information children find fascinating, along with pictures to engage them! I was surprised by how high the quality was with this book. I was not expecting a hardback book, but was delightfully surprised. This book would be a great addition to any kid's library!

  • Good informational book and could also be used as a picture book. I will use in my Kindergarten class this year.

  • The book was just okay for what I needed. I thought it would be great for my two year old class, however, worked out quite well for four and five year olds.

  • My 7 year old son and I have been using this book in our homeschool science curriculum. The photos are fantastic! The information blurbs are good. The part we love most however are the internet links. They really make the information come alive! If your kid loves the web and you love to keep it safe and educational, these links are a real time saver. As homeschoolers they also double as a great incentive to get your lesson done so you can check out the internet links!