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Emperor Penguin
Emperor Penguin
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Read and Learn

Emperor Penguin

From sun up to sundown, this nonfiction book takes young nature explorers and zoologists through a day in the life of the emperor penguin. Discover their Antarctic home, eating habits, and fascinating behaviors. Plus, kids can continue exploring after the penguins go to sleep! A step-by-step life cycle diagram, critical-thinking questions, and further resources will keep fact-hungry kids learning about the emperor penguin.

BrandRead and Learn
Age Level5-7 Years
Reading LevelGrades K-2
SubjectSocial Studies, Animals, Science & Nature
Trim Size7 11/16 x 8 11/16
Page Count24



Library Media Connection - Kasey Garrison

"This high interest informational series offers young readers a full picture into the lives of familiar polar animals. Each page features a vibrant photograph and two descriptive sentences. Information about what the animals eat, where they live, how they sleep, and their daily and nightly behaviors is included, as are maps of the Arctic and Antarctic habitats. Supportive features like a labeled body map of the animal add to the text. In each book, series author Katie Marsico touches on global issues affecting these animals. Overall, this series will be of interest to young readers and would make a good update to your animal collection. Bibliography. Glossary. Websites. Table of Contents. Index. Kasey Garrison, Library Science Doctoral Student, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia Library Media Connection March/April 2012Recommended" - Library Media Connection

Richmond Public Schools - Wanda T. Heath

"This is a nonfiction book that explains the life of the Emperor Penguin. The emperor penguin is a bird, but it cannot fly. The female penguin lays one egg per year and the male takes care of the egg until it hatches. This book gives a description of the emperor penguin, explains where they live, what they eat and what animals hunt the emperor penguin.At the end of the book is a picture labeling the penguin body parts, a glossary, and a bibliography. The photos are colorful, the binding is good, the cost is reasonable and it is not an award book. I would add to my collection to use for instructional purposes. –Wanda T. Heath, J.E.B. Stuart Elementary Richmond Public Schools 8/9/2012" - Richmond Public Schools

August 9, 2012

Omaha Public Schools - E. Craig

"This book looks at the Emperor Penguin in a way that children can understand and learn about the animal. It describes how the Emperor Penguin looks using pictures and terms to explain each body part and how it functions. The reader learns how the penguin lives, eats, and even takes care of its young. The book contains a glossary, a list of other books and magazines, as well as websites to find other information on the Emperor Penguin. – E. Craig, Crestridge School Omaha Public Schools1/14/2013" - Omaha Public Schools

January 14, 2013