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Forest Babies

   

600231

Forest Babies

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What are baby owls called? Baby deer? Early readers will learn these names and more about furry forest babies. Adorable, vibrant photography and tightly controlled text work together to provide an engaging and supportive early reading experience. Each title in Forest Babies includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.
Number of books in the series: 8

ISBN :  600231

List Price :  $193.68

Library Price :   $135.60

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Series Forest Babies
Reading Level PreK
Interest Level Grades PreK - 1
ATOS 0.5-0.9
Lexile 40L-160L
Guided Reading Level C
Copyright Year 2019
Dewey 500s
ISBN 600231
Author Genevieve Nilsen
Artwork Photography
Publisher Jump!
Imprint Tadpole Books
AR Quiz Yes
Review Source School Library Journal
Pages 16
Trim Size 6.5" x 9"
Book Format Hardcover
Reading Counts Points No
Reviews

School Library Journal, November 2018
New readers are the intended audience for these short and simple titles. Most sentences consist of a repeated pronoun plus a verb. The words on three spreads from Deer Fawns, for example, are: “It hides. It eats. It drinks.” The intentionally basic and repetitive language is a good fit for beginning readers. The narrative works in most cases. Owlets is less successful because the text seems to indicate a single animal, while the photos clearly show different owls in action. Highly appealing photographs heighten interest and appeal. Skunks at play, a staring owlet, and four climbing bear cubs are especially engaging examples, though a photo of an empty tree in Squirrel Kits acts only as filler. VERDICT Strong animal-oriented choices for kids just learning to read.