Frío, más frío, muy frío/Cold, Colder, Coldest

Dewey: 578.4'2
This title covers these subjects:  Bilingual books -- English-SpanishAnimalsLow temperatures
Frío, más frío, muy frío/Cold, Colder, Coldest: Animales que se adaptan a climas fríos/Animals That Adapt to Cold Weather (Hardcover)

by Michael Dahl

Picture Window Books
Animals live everywhere. They fly over the highest mountains and dive through the deepest oceans. They run across the hottest deserts and swim in the coldest waters. Introduce readers to the extremes that animals live in.
(Also available in English)

Reading Level: K-2
Interest Level: K-2
Accelerated ReaderATOS Level: 2.6
AR Points: 0.5
AR Quiz Number: 88977

ISBN:  9781404873162 / 1-4048-7316-3
Publisher:  Picture Window Books
Brand:  Bilingual Nonfiction Picture Books
Copyright: 2012
Language: Bilingual
Page Count:  24
Page Dimensions:  10 x 10
Binding:  Reinforced Library Binding

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Denton ISD - Wendy Marsh

Author Dahl and illustrator Jensen team up to present a smoothly flowing bilingual book about animals that live in climates below 40° F. Jensen’s illustrations reach out to the viewer in muted tones of creams and gold, grays and charcoals, steel blues and winter whites. Animal shapes are realistic but with a softening that infers icy climate coldness.

February 25, 2013

Library Media Connection - Emily Rozmus

This bilingual series features animals in the extreme, whether they be in extreme surroundings or possess extreme characteristics. Each book is illustrated in muted colors that portray the animal and their extreme characteristic using familiar measures such as a thermometer or a depth chart. An Extreme Fun Facts spread visually summarizes the animals and offers additional information about them. Simple words and concepts in both Spanish and English make this series also suitable for beginning students in a foreign language program. Recommended.

November 1, 2012