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Ray pups   Step 3 Readers feature engaging characters and easy to follow plots about popular topics for children who are ready to read on their o. I always love these Step Into Reading non fiction picture books They are so packed full of information yet delivered in a dynamic way that kids will enjoy and remember I was surprised at the numerous varieties of this uniue animal found in all the world s oceans

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Stingrays Underwater Fliers

Did you know that stingrays are cousins of sharks This Step 3 Step into Reading Science Reader is full of exciting photographs illustrations and f. Text is easy but not over simplified perfect for the target age and group of readers Good information and pictures Will recommend for library purchase

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Acts about these magnificent sea creatures Follow a stingray as she chomps her prey escapes a hungry hammerhead shark and gives birth to her sting. Intended for early readers gaining fluency with text this nonfiction text provides basic introductory material about stingrays their predators and how they give birth Since the text is accompanied by lots of large colorful illustrations readers have the chance to see the stingrays up close as well as learn about the barbs with which they can sting others Although the author suggests caution around these interesting creatures she doesn t blame the stingrays for lashing out to protect themselves when someone steps on them as they lie buried beneath the sand Still some of this information is enough to keep someone from diving headfirst into the ocean


7 thoughts on “Stingrays Underwater Fliers

  1. says:

    Loved it Very informative and interesting I'm fascinated by the ocean and it's inhabitants I did not know that sharks and whales eat stingrays This review is based on an ARC I received from the publisher Highly recommending

  2. says:

    Text is easy but not over simplified perfect for the target age and group of readers Good information and pictures Will recommend for library purchase

  3. says:

    This Step into Reading Science Reader explores the topic of stingrays with information presented to new readers who may be moving into books that they can read on their own The first part of the book follows a southern stingray as she eats enc

  4. says:

    Intended for early readers gaining fluency with text this nonfiction text provides basic introductory material about stingrays their predators and how they give birth Since the text is accompanied by lots of large colorful illustrations readers have the chance to see the stingrays up close as well as learn about the barbs with which they can sting others Although the author suggests caution around these interesting cre

  5. says:

    This nonfiction early reader gives facts about stingrays in an engaging uncomplicated way A mixture of photographs and illustration

  6. says:

    I always love these Step Into Reading non fiction picture books They are so packed full of information yet delivered in a dynamic way that kids will enjoy and remember I was surprised at the numerous varieties of this uniue animal found in all

  7. says:

    Love science books