LEVEL 4: READING ALONE
A greater variety of language and types of information than at level 3. More challenging vocabulary is introduced. Sentences remain clear, interesting, and unambiguous, but are slightly more complex.
Guided Reading Levels: N, O
Kingfisher Readers L4: Spiders - Deadly Predators by Claire Llewellyn
There are billions of spiders living around us. Some are microscopic and some are bigger than your head! From a spiders eating habits to its defense tactics, and from deadly species to the spiders that help humans, this book sheds light on how spiders are both remarkable and creepy. The content-area vocabulary, magnified photographs, and rich topical information, helps children build their intermediate reading skills while absorbing fascinating facts about all things arachnid.
About the Author
Claire Llewellyn is a prize-winning author of non-fiction for young readers. Awards and shortlists include the prestigious TES Junior Information Book Award and the Royal Society prizes for Science Books Junior Prize.
Table of Contents
Foreword: Wendy Farley
Introduction: Grace Ji-Sun Kim & Jenny Daggers
Chapter 1: Alternatives to Globalization Addressing People and Earth: A Feminist Theological Reflection on Women, Economy, and Creation- Pamela K. Brubaker
Chapter 2: In a Trinitarian Embrace: Reflections from a Local Eucharistic Community in a Global World-Jenny Daggers
Chapter 3: Chains Fall Off: The Resurrection of the Body and Our Healing From Shame- Cynthia Rigby
Chapter 4: Black & Blue: Uncovering the Ecclesial Cover-Up of Black Women's Bodies through a Womanist Reimagining of the Doctrine of the Incarnation- Eboni Marshall Turman
Chapter 5: U.S. Latina Feminist Paradigm: Model of an Inclusive Twenty-first Century Ecclesiology- Theresa Yugar
Chapter 6: 'The Bondage of the I/Eye?: A Transnational Feminist Wager for Reimagining the Doctrine of Sin' -Joy Ann McDougall
Responding to Global Gender Injustice: Concluding Thoughts- Grace Ji-Sun Kim