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This title introduces readers to teeth, how they help animals to survive, and how different they can look.

Age Level4-6 Years
Reading LevelGrades PreK-1
SubjectAnimals, Science & Nature
Trim Size8 x 6 3/4
Page Count24



Library Media Connection - Marge Cox

"This series provides young readers with colored photographs and brief text about animal body parts. Each book shows the body part on the five animals, identifying it in a photograph, and telling if humans also have it. The easy-to-read text makes the books good for beginning readers, however, purchase of the series depends on your need for animal books that beginning readers can enjoy independently. Glossary. Index. – Marge Cox, Library Media Specialist, Veterans Memorial Elementary School, Naples, Florida Library Media Connection March/April 2012 Issue" - Library Media Connection

The Horn Book - EJM (Betsy Murray)

"This volume gives youngsters a basic introduction to various animals’ teeth, focusing mostly on appearance ("Some teeth are long and orange. What animal is this?"). Vivid, close-up photographs (e.g., of a beaver, to answer the question above) are more engaging and instructive than the repetitive text. Human teeth are mentioned at the end. A gratuitous "Can You Remember?" page is appended. Glos., ind. – EJM (Betsy Murray) The Horn Book Spring 2012" - The Horn Book




The 2013 Teachers Choice Awards for Children’s Books has named several Capstone titles among the best resources for the classroom. The award, sponsored by Learning magazine, is exclusively judged by teachers in the classroom. Entries are evaluated on qual

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Rebecca Rissman

Rebecca Rissman

Rebecca Rissman is an award-winning children's author. She has written more than 200 books about science, history, art, and culture. Her writing has been praised by School Library Journal, Booklist, Creative Child Magazine, and Learning Magazine. She lives in Chicago, Illinois, with her husband and two daughters.

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