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eBook No Dodos: A Counting Book of Endangered Animals ePub

by Amanda Wallwork

  • ISBN: 0590467697
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Amanda Wallwork
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic (November 1, 1993)
  • ePub book: 1832 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1224 kb
  • Other: lrf txt lrf azw
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 408

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A counting book that introduces endangered animals, from one whale to ten turtles. Includes information about how these species are being threatened with extinction. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Grade 2-4–This book includes chapters on dinosaurs, birds, and mammals that are extinct, followed by a section explaining why other species like whooping cranes, Tasmanian devils, and piping plovers are endangered. The scientific information is clear and interesting. For example, a discussion of why dinosaurs became extinct includes four different theories in a straightforward manner. The author also includes short verses that are forced and ineffective.

Did you know that the most endangered animals in the world are gradually facing extinction and may completely . Saola is a critically endangered animal and is no longer very easy to find.

Did you know that the most endangered animals in the world are gradually facing extinction and may completely disappear in the few next years? Well, the list of the most endangered animals that are threatened by extinction features some animals that you could not even imagine. The animal was first discovered in 1992 and scientists have only seen this animal about four times since then. The animals are mainly threatened by hunting and continuous destruction of their habitats through human activities.

NO DODOS: A COUNTING BOOK OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS Written and illustrated by Amanda Wallwork. TALKING PEACE: A VISION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION By Jimmy Carter. But with several thousand volumes published this year alone, how can you find a winner?

Find out why, in this counting book of endangered animals.

Find out why, in this counting book of endangered animals. Find out why, in this counting book of endangered animals.

Home Amanda Wallwork No Dodos: A Counting Book of Endangered Animals. Endangered animals, including blue whales, penguins and parrots, populate the right page of each spread, while the left pages present the numbers one to 10 and simple identifications (. "9, nine dolphins"). The penultimate spread dramatically points out that there are no dodos left on earth; two final pages provide more detailed information about the precarious future of the featured animals and their habitats.

Wallwork, A. No dodos: A counting book of endangered animals. This counting book also contains themes of patterns and algebra. Geometry and spatial relations Ayers, K. Illustrated by .

Learn about threatened animals such as blue whales and leatherback sea turtles. The people you tell may decide to help endangered animals, either by raising money for charity or by making changes to their lifestyles. The people that you tell will tell other people, and word will spread even further. Anyone can help endangered animals by raising money for a relevant charity. Why not have a look at some of their sites to see what they get up to?

A counting book that introduces endangered animals, from one whale to ten turtles, includes information about how these species are being threatened with extinction