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What is a Mammal? - PB
What is a Mammal? - PB
What is a Mammal? - PB
9780865058903 | In Stock
What is a Mammal? teaches the basic rules as well as the exceptions that help children understand differences between mammals and other living things. Amazing full-color photographs feature a large variety of mammals including apes, elephants, rodents, and bats and help identify:
• those mammals that lay eggs
• mammals with a pouch
• placental mammals, such as humans

Reading Level: Gr. 3
Interest Level: Gr. 3-6
Guided Reading Level: P
Binding: Paperback
Series: The Science of Living Things
Authors(s): Bobbie Kalman

Size: 8½″× 9½″
No. of Pages: 32
Index Included: Yes
Glossary Included: Yes

ATOS: 4.8
Dewey: 599
Lexile: NC800

What is a Mammal?

"The Science of Living Things Series includes perceptive scientific concepts covering the topics of birds, mammals and members of the animal kingdom. These books present precise scientific information in clear, colorful illustrations, photography and graphic organizers. Labels and bold-face typography futher enhance the text. Noteworthy, too, are the boxed background pictorials and graphic charts demonstrating the kingdoms of living things, (and) groups of mammals ...This series provides a wealth of science information for students from grades 3 upward. Highly recommended for librarians and teachers who assist students with science projects. —Catholic Library World, 07/98 "The best-known groups of mammals, such as primates and bats, are described, but so are more unusual groups, including monotremes (the platypus) and edentates (the sloth). The result is a well-rounded introduction, illustrated with color photographs and drawings ..." —The Horn Book Guide, Jan-Jun/98