Free download Ê 10 Reasons to Love a Penguin ï PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB

Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ó Catherine Barr

Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ó Catherine Barr Penguins are the cutest birds Did you know that they go on incredible journeys Or that they toboggan on thei. This is a cute children's book that is also informative Everyone loves penguins these days and it is a pleasant book with lots of interesting facts without overwhelming you with a lot of details The illustrations are very pretty and vibrant There are lots of interesting facts about the penguins such as the mother penguin lays the eggs but then passes them over to the dad and he keeps the egg warm until it hatches while the mother goes and searches for food If the egg touches the ice it will freeze and not hatch Also there are conservation tips and places you can go to help and learn about penguins

Free download 10 Reasons to Love a Penguin

Free download Ê 10 Reasons to Love a Penguin ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Penguins are the cutest birds Did you know that they go on incredible journeys Or that they toboggan on their stomachs Discover ten reasons why penguins are amazing and five ways you can show they love them in this gorgeous Rgeous picture book A must for any young animal enthusiast and a fantastic introduction to environmental issu. I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher Penguins are the cutest birds Did you know that they go on incredible journeys Or that they toboggan on their stomachs Discover ten reasons why penguins are amazing and five ways you can show they love them in this gorgeous picture book A must for any young animal enthusiast and a fantastic introduction to environmental issueswho doesn't love penguins I like how the story of the book was not too non fiction for kids to think that we are trying to insert some schooling at bedtimeand the illustrations were top notch The cover looks like a uilt so much that my nephew wants me to uilt one that looks like the book for him I am going to paint it instead and make the colours match his roomWhat a fabulous book full of trivia and talking points

Catherine Barr ó 6 Read

10 Reasons to Love a PenguinR stomachs Discover ten reasons why penguins are amazing and five ways you can show they love them in this go. Delightful Perfect for reading aloud or recommending to readers in k 2 I was sold when I turned to the first two page layout and saw Clulow's labeled illustrations of ALL 18 species of penguins Immediately Barr challenges some readers' preconceived notions about penguins not all penguins are the same The following two page layouts each list one reason why a reader might fall in love with a penguin 1 They take flying leaps 2 They can see underwater 3 They go tobogganingetc The illustrations are vivid with a few helpful labels including the species of penguinsI'd read this aloud to students in PreK 1st and then leave in the classroom library to be snatched up again and again The beauty of this book is that it's part of a series so when a young reader picks up a book in this series they will know what to expect which eases the cognitive load I'd purchase the whole series for your k 2 classroom libraryIf you read this aloud or ask students to read and respond I'd keep an eye on how students are grappling with what they already knew vs new information in the text You might pose the following uestions for a turn and talk or for a written responseWhat are you learning that you did not know about penguinsWhat did you just add to what you already knew about penguinsThe layout and design are perfect as mentor texts in writing workshop Each reason listed by Barr the author is essentially a sub topic At a few spots there are also links golden sidebars that include information about how to show you love a penguin with suggestions for how to doing further research What if we asked young researchers to write a similar kind of book Ten Reasons to Love an Octopus or Ten Reasons to Love Sand I'm not kidding about the sand part Start by charting what students notice that Barr and Clulow have done to make this text accessible to their audience and then let them fly returning to this book as a mentor along the way Ha I looked at the Twitter feed for this book some really good photos of student writing using Barr and Clulow's designJust discovered this author illustrator and publisher uarto Looking forward to seeing of their work