Disgusting Places

Dewey: 616.9'201
This title covers these subjects:  Refuse and refuse disposalHygieneBacteria
Disgusting Places (Hardcover)

by Connie Colwell Miller

Capstone Press
A far cry from the natural wonders of the world, these places are dirty, smelly, and some are just plain rotten. Be they big or small, the world is full of disgusting places. Find out where they are and just how close they may be to you.

Reading Level: 1-2
Interest Level: 3-9
Lexile Level: 740L
Accelerated ReaderATOS Level: 3.5
AR Points: 0.5
AR Quiz Number: 112296

ISBN:  9780736868013 / 0-7368-6801-1
Publisher:  Capstone Press
Brand:  Blazers
Copyright: 2007
Language: English
Page Count:  32
Page Dimensions:  7 x 9
Binding:  Reinforced Library Binding

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Pennsylvania School Librarians Association

2007 Young Adult Top Forty Nonfiction Title

Pennsylvania School Librarians Association

2007 Young Adult Top Forty Nonfiction Title


Pennsylvania School Librarians Association - Michelle Stone

These high interest, colorful volumes are written at a second grade level, but will appeal to older students for browsing. Each book includes ten examples of its topic. Entries are described in a few sentences with detailed photos, a gross-o-meter, and some have a gross fact. Each volume includes a glossary, further reading, web sites, and an index.

May 1, 2008

Pennsylvania School Librarians Association - Patty Nolan

Burrowing bugs that lay eggs under your skin – yuck! Flowers that smell like rotten meat – gross!! Did you know that your kitchen sink has more germs than your toilet – barf!!! Full page pictures, easy-to-read text and a “Gross–O–Meter” allow the reader to rate just how nauseating these bugs, plants and places really are! This trio of books is part of a series of all things that are truly disgusting. Fun facts, as well as a glossary, internet sites, and related reading are included. Perfect for high interest, low reading level.

May 1, 2008