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by Etta Kaner,Pat Stephens

eBook How Animals Defend Themselves (Kids Can Read) download ISBN: 1553379055
Author: Etta Kaner,Pat Stephens
Publisher: Kids Can Press (August 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1817 kb
Fb2: 1486 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

From color-changing octopi to opossums who "play dead," there is a lot to discover about the amazing world of animal defenses.

From color-changing octopi to opossums who "play dead," there is a lot to discover about the amazing world of animal defenses. ISBN13:9781553379058. Release Date:August 2006. Publisher:Kids Can Press, Limited.

That's how an inchworm defends itself! Animal Defenses reveals the .

That's how an inchworm defends itself! Animal Defenses reveals the unique ways in which animals protect themselves. Easy-to-do experiments and activities explain the tricks animals use to help them survive. Etta Kaner is a retired elementary school teacher and writer for both children and educators. Her children's books have won numerous awards, including the Silver Birch Award, the Scientific American Young Readers Book Award and the Science in Society Book Award. She lives in Toronto, Ontario. Pat Stephens, mother, animal lover and artist, lives in a crowded house in Durham, Ontario. She has illustrated over 20 animal-related books for children.

How Animals Defend Themselves book. Etta Kaner, Pat Stephens. From color-changing octopi to opossums who "play dead," there is a lot to discover about the amazing world of animal defenses.

She lives in Toronto, Ontario. Pat Stephens, mother, animal lover and artist, lives in a crowded house in Durham, Ontario

She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

How Animals Defend Themselves by Etta Kaner. I would use this book with First through Third graders. After we read the story I would ask the students to read at least one more book about an animal that they found interesting

How Animals Defend Themselves by Etta Kaner. Animals defend themselves in many ways. Some of them have great speed to help them get away. Other animals cannot move quickly so they have to find other methods of defending themselves. Some animals like toads blend in. Others like lizards change color to camouflage themselves. After we read the story I would ask the students to read at least one more book about an animal that they found interesting. The student will write at least five new facts they learned about that animal. ) megjwal Nov 6, 2010.

Kaner, Etta; Stephens, Pa. Published by Scholastic In. by arrangement with Kids Can Press.

Kaner, Etta; Stephens, Pat. Publication date.

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How do animals defend themselves in the desert? . cheetahs defend themselves by running after their predator as fast as they possibly can it can take a full half hour before a cheetah can recover from running after its prey.

How do animals defend themselves in the desert? By hiding themselves in the sand or using the special feature given to them by god. How do sharks defend them selves? . That is why cheetah's food is sometimes stolen from them by hyenas and other animals. How do animals protect themselves against therir enemies?

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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Pamela is an award-winning author of over 35 non-fiction nature books for children, including The Kids Canadian Nature Series, First Look at Nature Series, Animal Senses and Animals Hibernating. She lives in Canning, Nova Scotia.

Kaner and Stephens explain the unique ways in which animals protect themselves. Easy-to-do experiments and activities reveal the tricks animals use to survive.

From color-changing octopi to opossums who "play dead," there is a lot to discover about the amazing world of animal defenses. Longer, more complex stories and sentences, more challenging vocabulary, language play and minimal repetition make this a Level 3 first reader.