Frog

Frog

by Angela Royston
     
 

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Do tadpoles have legs?

Why do frogs live in water?

How do frogs catch food?

Life cycle of a . . . takes an in-depth look at the life cycles of some familiar plants and animals. The stages in each life cycle are clearly explained through photographs and simple text.

Each book contains:

stunning photographs and a careful explanation of concepts

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Overview

Do tadpoles have legs?

Why do frogs live in water?

How do frogs catch food?

Life cycle of a . . . takes an in-depth look at the life cycles of some familiar plants and animals. The stages in each life cycle are clearly explained through photographs and simple text.

Each book contains:

stunning photographs and a careful explanation of concepts

an illustrated timeline throughout, charting the stages of development

a pictorial review of the life cycle and its stages

a fact file, glossary, and index.

Editorial Reviews

School Library Journal
Gr 1-3--In Bean, full-color photographs clearly show the formation of a root, stem, and shoot, as well as leaves and flowers. Pollination is also discussed briefly. In Frog, terms such as spawn and hibernate are introduced, clear definitions are provided, and some of the predators frogs may encounter are discussed. Each book offers a visual time line along the bottom of each two-page spread. The texts are clear and simple with two sentences per page. Excellent visuals and easy-to-read formats make both titles accessible to beginning readers.--Katherine Borchert, Arlington Central Library, VA

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781575725352
Publisher:
Heinemann Library
Publication date:
01/01/2002
Series:
Life Cycle of A ... Series
Edition description:
BIG
Age Range:
6 - 8 Years

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