Copperheads

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Quick and slithery, snakes are fascinating examples of adaptation. Discover the bodies, homes, and life cycles of these reptiles through close-up photos. Get closer than you've ever been to snakes!

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Quick and slithery, snakes are fascinating examples of adaptation. Discover the bodies, homes, and life cycles of these reptiles through close-up photos. Get closer than you've ever been to snakes!

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Children's Literature - Dianne Ochiltree
Ever wonder how the copperhead snake got its name? Or just how strong copperhead venom is? Kids (and adults) will enjoy finding out the answers to these and other questions about copperhead snakes in this book, a part of the popular "first facts" series. They will learn about the adaptive physiology of the copperhead and other snakes. They will explore the unique behavior, habitats, and life cycle of the copperhead species. The book is nicely designed for either studying cover-to-cover or for reading at random. Each two-page spread features a main body of text, a ‘fun fact' bubble, and a highlighted definition of a key scientific term used in the text, plus a full-color, ‘up-close-and-personal' photo of a copperhead snake in action! At the back of the book, kids will find a complete glossary, subject index, and suggestions on where to look for more information about these slithery creatures. Of special interest is the FactHound search engine offered by Capstone to help kids find age-appropriate and safe websites on this topic. The search engine can be accessed by entering the book's ID number on Capstone's www.facthound.com site. The book also features sturdy library binding and heavy paper stock so it will stand up to the inevitable repeated readings by students and library patrons. Reviewer: Dianne Ochiltree
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781429619257
  • Publisher: Capstone Press
  • Publication date: 7/1/2008
  • Series: Colors Books Series
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Lexile: IG710L (what's this?)

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  • Posted January 28, 2014

    K picked this book up from his school library. K is very much in

    K picked this book up from his school library.
    K is very much into all sorts of animals and right now he is loving snakes and can tell you all about what they eat, how they shed and what not. 
    So when he picked up this book to read, he was in heaven. It is a perfect read for elementary students to learn great cool facts about copperheads. What they eat, their life cycle and so much more. The pictures are greatly done so you can enjoy looking at them while reading. 

    Even if you do not like snakes you can learn a lot about Copperheads within this book.

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