Cat or Tiger

Reinforced Library Binding
Special Price $18.75 Regular Price $25.00
Why are dogs pets and wolves wild? How are they similar? How are they different? Find out with this new series of books! Cats and tigers are different animals. Cats are pets and live with people. Tigers are wild and live in nature. But these mammals do have some things in common. They both have bodies covered in fur, have claws, and wiggly tails. Get ready to discover a lot more about cats and tigers — what they share and the many ways they are different! ABOUT THE SERIES: Do cats have anything in common with tigers? What about dogs and wolves, horses and zebras, or geckos and Komodo dragons? Discover the many ways in which how these animals look like, eat, care for their young, and survive are the same and different! All the books in the series include vibrant full-color photographs throughout with short blocks of text to entertain and explain. Encourages compare-and-contrast skill development. The series has strong curricular ties to science and the natural world.
Additional Details
Written By Brenna Maloney
Lexile Level 630L
Guided Reading Level M
Key Features
  • Strong curricular ties to K-2 science and the natural world
  • Builds compare-and-contrast skills
  • High interest topics and interesting animal facts appeal to a broad audience
  • Table of contents, photo captions, glossary, and an index help readers recognize and learn how to use nonfiction text features
  • Vibrant, full-color photographs throughout contextualize the information
Fiction / Nonfiction Nonfiction
Imprint Children's Press
Copyright 2024
Trim Size 8 x 8
Pages 32
Dewey 599.75

More Information
ISBN 978-1-338-89977-1
Item Number 754772
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