Animal Groups - Set of 2

Animal Groups - Set of 2
    Accelerated Reader
    Code: ANIMA129
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    Author: Lincoln James and Johanna Burke
    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: Gareth Stevens
    Series: Animal Groups
    Ages: 7 to 10
    Size: 7¼ X 7¼
    Total Pages: 24 pages per book
    For Grades: 1 to 3
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    Many animals live in groups, and people have created some pretty colorful names for them--a group of kangaroos is called a mob and a family of porcupines is called a prickle. Readers will enjoy learning how these and other animals live and work together. Colorful photos of animals in the wild will excite readers of all ages. This series has a fun approach to curriculum-based science topics along with fact sheets and charts aid reader comprehension.

    Each book includes:

    • Graphic Organizers
    • Ages Appropriate and Achieveable Content
    • Detailed Table of Contents
    • Glossary
    • For Further Information Section
    • Index

    Titles include:


    A Kangaroo Mob - Readers discover engaging, fun, and fascinating facts about kangaroos. Kangaroos are social animals that live in groups called mobs. Except for an occasional boxing match, kangaroos live happily with each other. The vibrant photographs in this book show different species of kangaroos grazing, resting in the shade, and raising their young. Accessible text and a detailed graphic organizer guide readers as they learn how kangaroos grow up and what life is like living in a mob, in Australia.


    A Prickle of Porcupines - Porcupines are brown, prickly, and climb trees. Readers explore life in a group of porcupines inside the pages of this educational and enjoyable book. When a group of porcupines gets together, they're called a prickle. Porcupines often have a bad reputation as dangerous creatures, but they usually just want to be left alone. Thanks to numerous eye-catching photographs, readers get closer to porcupines than ever before. They also learn fascinating facts about prickles of porcupines through accessible text and a helpful graphic organizer.