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Let's learn all about the different types of animal coverings! Armadillos, snails, and turtles are just some of the animals that have shells. Do you know why these animals need shells to survive? With amazing photos and lively text, this book explains how shells help animals move, protect themselves, hide, and more! Get ready to learn all about shells! ABOUT THE SERIES: Animals have different body coverings for different reasons. Some animals use their coverings to keep warm or stay cool, others use them for protection, and can either stand out or blend in. Some animals even use their coverings to move! This vibrant new set of Learn About books gives readers a close-up look at five different animal coverings, from fur and feathers to skin, scales, and shells. Each book is packed with photographs and fun facts that explore how each covering suits the habitat, diet, survival, and life cycle of various animals in the natural world.
Additional Details
Written By Eric Geron
Lexile Level 810L
Guided Reading Level L
Key Features
  • Cross curriculum topic encourages respect for nature, animals, and the environment
  • Leveled text with bite-size information makes books accessible to young readers
  • Fast facts keep readers engaged
  • Big, bold, eye-catching photographs with close-up insets make layout engaging
  • Table of contents, captions, glossary, and an index help build nonfiction skills
  • Reinforces grouping, sorting, and compare-and-contrast skills
  • Animal classification aligns with elementary science curriculum
Fiction / Nonfiction Nonfiction
Imprint Children's Press
Copyright 2024
Trim Size 7 1/4 x 8 3/8
Pages 32
Dewey 591.47/7

More Information
ISBN 978-1-338-89808-8
Item Number 754545
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