6 edition of I Can Read About Sharks found in the catalog.
I Can Read About Sharks
Corinne J. Naden
by Troll Communications
Written in English
I Can Read About
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Surprising Sharks: Read and Wonder is a compelling story filled with colorful illustrations and captivating facts about sharks. The Shark in the Dark is a book about a lurking shark in . Sharks! They are fascinating and just a bit scary. If you have kids who love to read about sharks we have the books you need. These non-fiction shark books are the best ever! Awesome pictures, great text and so many shark facts they will learn a whole lot about these incredible ocean animals.
What do sharks like to eat? Which shark glows in the dark? And why do some sharks never stop swimming? Young readers can find the answers to these questions and lots more fun facts in this shark-infested book. Part of an exciting series for children beginning to read on their own, with easy-to-read text written with the help of a reading expert. The popular Blastoff! Readers title Sharks is now available with audio read-along in an iPad-friendly format. Children can listen and follow highlighted text from page to page as they read about nature's fiercest ocean predator! - Blastoff! Readers Level 1 - Audio narration and text highlighting - Carefully leveled text for young readers ages /5(K).
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I Can Read About Sharks (I Can Read About) Paperback – August 1, by Naden (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and /5(2). I Can Read ABout Sharks will give you a wealth of knowledge about all varieties of sharks. I love how the book begins with SHARK.
and gives the reader a sense of urgency right away because we can all relate to that feeling that sharks bring humans. The book has a lot of illustrations of different varieties of sharks/5. Amazing Sharks. is the fourth book in our exciting series of nonfiction level 2 I Can Read Books filled with AMAZING photos from the Wildlife Conservation Society, one of the world’s oldest and most respected wildlife conservation organizations.
This I Can Read book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 5 to 7 who are ready to read independently/5(). The book was good to read but i love the story and I Can Read About Sharks book lesson because it shows you about the sharks.
walter writes: good. alex writes: I actually do like sharks so this book was fun to read. messi writes: good. kadie writes: very good book to learn all about sharks. Kirk Davis writes: It. Book 3 of the 4 book series I Can Read It. The I Can Read It. stories engage your child with real plot, action, and humor.
Each story moves your child through a. Amazing sharks is an informational book about sharks. It shows realistic photographs of sharks and is very informative. It is an "I can read level 2 book" but can be shared with Pre-K children to expand an ocean topic/5. Amazing Sharks. is the fourth book in our exciting series of nonfiction level 2 I Can Read Books filled with AMAZING photos from the Wildlife Conservation Society, one of the world’s oldest and most respected wildlife conservation organizations.
This I Can Read book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 5 to 7 who are ready to read independently/5(5).
Amazing Sharks. I Can Read Book. Level 2. By Sarah L. Thomson. Grades. PreK-K, O. Genre. Fiction. Some sharks can glow in the dark or grow to be as long as a firetruck or lose thousands of teeth during their lives or feel electricity in the water.
Filled with outstanding photographs from the Wildlife Conservation Society, this exciting book. Sharks Tiburones Les requins Sharks Sharks Sharks Sharks.
Informational (nonfiction), words, Level Q (Grade 3), Lexile L Multilevel Book also available in levels J and M.
Sharks describes the physical appearances, eating habits, and attack capabilities of sharks. this book is about sharks. Sharks are big whale shark is the biggest fish in the world. Great White Shark Great White sharks eat fish. Filled with outstanding photographs from the Wildlife Conservation Society, Amazing Sharks.
is a new title in an exciting nonfiction I Can Read Book series. The series explores the amazing animals that share our world and how we can help them survive%(). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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Amazing Sharks. is the fourth book in our exciting series of nonfiction level 2 I Can Read Books filled with AMAZING photos from the Wildlife Conservation Society, one of the world’s oldest and most respected wildlife conservation organizations.
This I Can Read book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 5 to 7 who are ready to read independently. Schools can also sign up for monthly individual reading awards, Top Reader Night at HP Pavilion, monthly classroom visits, book drives, and celebrity story hours featuring the San Jose Sharks players.
I Can Read About Sharks Written by C. Naden • Illustrated by Herb Mott. Reviewed by Daniel G. (age 7) This is a book about sharks that eat almost anything: small fish, big fish, people, and even boats.
They eat live or dead sea animals. Their sharp senses plus swimming speed make them very good hunters and dangerous killers. Widely recognized as the premier line of beginning readers, I Can Read. books are organized into color-coded levels. With hundreds of titles featuring award-winning authors and illustrators, and the most beloved character friends in the history of children’s literature, you can find books at every stage to engage and excite your child.
Other sharks can be small, like this little leopard shark. The smallest sharks are only seven inches long. Our intent is to produce books that kids want to read, think about, talk about and read again. Word Count: Reading Recovery: 13 BOOK LEVELS Set 3 - Advanced 1st.
Title: Sharks Author: Rick Created Date: 7/6/ PM File Size: KB. This tag can send out a sound which can be picked up by an underwater microphone. Records of sightings are kept in logbooks around the world.
In summary, there are about kinds of sharks in the world. They are the world's most powerful fish. However, unlike fish, sharks don't have a skeleton made of bone, but of cartilage. Read full review. Not for young children User Review - lionstar - My Grandson just received this book on sharks from me.
His dad my son says that this book is definitely not suitable for young children. The images are too graphic limbs missingbloodetc.
Perhaps children ten and over can handle these disturbing images/5(2). A list of aquariums with captive shark displays and areas where interested readers can dive with sharks follows the main body of the text. The lack of a bibliography is a weakness, but overall this will be a good start for readers interested in sharks.
Sharks! They can be so fascinating and just a bit scary as well. We found some great non-fiction shark books. I was thinking back to when my son was really into sharks and we went digging to see which books were the best books for boys right now.
Some of the ones he read earlier still made the list which didn’t surprise me too much. However, sharks have replacements arranged in rows and a new one can move in within one day to take the old one’s place.
Sharks have between five and 15 rows of teeth in each jaw, with most having five rows. A shark has tough skin that is covered by dermal denticles, which are small plates covered with enamel, similar to that found on our teeth.