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First Book About Animals of the Polar Regions (First Book About Animals)

  • 16 Pages
  • 3.99 MB
  • English

Gareth Stevens Publishing
Animals - General, Juvenile Fiction, Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction, Animals, Juvenile literature, Polar regions, Zoology, Children: Grade
The Physical Object
FormatLibrary Binding
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11496018M
ISBN 100836826523
ISBN 139780836826524

Description First Book About Animals of the Polar Regions (First Book About Animals) PDF

First Book About Animals of the Polar Regions Library Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Library Binding "Please retry" $ $ $ Library Binding $ 8 Used from $ 1 New from $Format: Library Binding.

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The genre of this book is nonfiction and is intended for children ages (P) five to eight. Children are sure to love this book. The book first describes where polar animals live, then goes on to describe different types of polar animals through use of poetry.

Some of the animals included are polar bears, penguins, seals, and arctic foxes/5. From polar bears to penguins, young students love learning all about the amazing animals of the Arctic. This fiction and nonfiction book list is a must-have resource for any Arctic lesson.

Titles include fact-packed nonfiction with on-level text and engaging photos, as well as winter and Arctic-themed fiction stories on everything from.

Polar bears, harp seals, and caribou are just a few of the delightful youngsters found in Animal Babies in Polar Lands. The unusual yet engaging animals are a great introduction to an unfamiliar region/5. The book does a nice job introducing the various types of dinosaurs that lived in the polar regions before those areas were cold enough to be only ice and snow.

And the book shares stories of some very recent fossil discoveries near the poles (one of the newest was in !). Great for any dinosaur fan or kids ages 6 - Christiane Gunzi is the author of several natural history books for children.

Her works for Kingfisher include The Best Book of Big Cats, The Best Book of Snakes, The Best Book of Endangered and Extinct Animals, and The Best Book of Whales and : $ Books shelved as arctic-animals: Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester, Pup and Bear by Kate Banks, The Way Home For Wolf by Rachel Bright, Roly Poly by Mem.

This book reads like a lullaby as the baby polar bear wanders around looking at the night sky and sleeping animals. Frankly, this book put me to sleep (maybe that’s the point!), but my Three wanted to hear it again right away, so I guess it was a hit.

Get this from a library. Polar animals. [Paul Hess] -- Introduces some of the animals that live in the cold regions of the world in illustrations and brief poems by a variety of authors.

Get this from a library. Animals of the polar regions. [Debora Burr;] -- Introduction to wildlife of the polar regions including the Weddell seal and the snow goose. Animals of the Polar Regions book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5(2).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: 32 pages: color illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Polar habitats --Polar regions under threat --Bears of the cold poles --Arctic dogs --Hoofed animals --Small mammals --Aquatic animals --Minibeasts --Penguin paradise --Polar birds --Whales in the polar waters --Fish and other sea life --What can we do.

Polar Regions Polar Regions are the coldest places on earth. The Arctic of the north is partly frozen ocean surrounded by mostly barren, and often frozen, land. The south's Antarctic is an ice covered continent that is surrounded by stormy oceans.

Although the two polar regions are similar in many ways, the animal life between them differs. The Biology of Polar Regions book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. There is now an increased awareness of the importance of pola 5/5(1). out of 5 stars Windows on Nature: Animals of the Polar Regions (Windows on Nature) Reviewed in the United States on Janu ISBN - This Windows on Nature series looks appealing as a possible school / homeschool tool, but not particularly interesting s: 1.

Penguins, polar bears, puffins, walruses, and other fascinating animals of the polar regions await discovery in this colorful and engaging book. Large and detailed full-color spreads, complemented by clear, concise text, introduce children to the lives of these highly adapted animals, while detailed illustrations and captions explore their.

If you’re looking for the perfect polar bear book for an infant or toddler, this is it. All of the Usborne books in this series (That’s Not My Plane, That’s Not My Fairy, That’s Not My Snowman, etc.) are simple board books that have an element of “touch” that little kiddos just love.

The simple, repetitive text makes them a good candidate for the first books that preschoolers can. Get this from a library. Polar animals. [Paul Hess; Anna McQuinn; Ambreen Husain] -- Beautiful color illustrations of seal, arctic hare, penguin, reindeer, arctic fox, walrus, snowy owl, polar bear, each accompanied by a brief poem.

Find out what a typical day looks like for these magnificent animals. You would think that the name says it all, but I would recommend you check out the pictures in this book first.

Polar Bear. I saved my favorite for last. The polar bear takes center stage in this polar animals book. I think the polar cub bears take center stage in this book.

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Polar Regions of the Earth provides students a comprehensive look at these frigid environments as well as the unique animals that survive there. The book can also be used to teach students how to compare and contrast and the purpose of captions in a book. Book Resources.

was replacing animal fat as fuel for lamps. in spite of this, two scientific research stations opened in the antarctic as part of the first international polar Year (). the very first scientific expedition was led by Frederick cook, roald amundsen and adrien Victor Joseph de. These fantastic fact file sheets are a great addition to any polar or habitats-themed display. Featuring interesting facts about various polar animals, it's a great resource for prompting discussions about animals and their habitats. Try using the fact file as an introduction to an informative report-based style of writing, which is an important skill for all students to master. .

The best books on The Polar Regions recommended by Sara Wheeler. The acclaimed author discusses the Polar Regions. She says an African In Greenland is the best book ever written on Greenland - the story of a man from Togo who went there in the s. Only animals that don’t rely on vegetation – such as penguins, seals and polar bears – are able to live here.

Fast Facts about Polar Regions. Animals that inhabit polar regions have to be well adapted to living in the cold, and often have a thick layer of fat or blubber to help to keep them warm. 4 by 4 Polar Region Animal Sudoku Very easy 4 x 4 Sudoku with shapes (4 keys) Easy 4 x 4 Sudoku with shapes (4 keys) 4 by 4 Polar Region Animal Sudoku: Includes Hints (blank boxes have smaller animals to pick from) Very easy 4 x 4 Sudoku with shapes (4 keys with hints) Easy 4 x 4 Sudoku with shapes (4 keys with hints).

The animal concepts from the other 2 books are more difficult which is why I start with the Brown Bear book first. I do like that the Polar Bear book focuses on the different animal sounds which some students think are funny.

Together, we call the Arctic and Antarctica the Polar Regions. 2 Despite the cold weather, the Arctic and Antarctica are home to many animals. Whales, walruses, puffins, reindeer, penguins, seals, lemmings, snowy owls, and polar bears all have their own special ways to fight off cold and survive in this extremely harsh environment.

- Free printable arctic polar animals to color and use for crafts and animal learning activities. A coloring page set and a colored animal set include an arctic fox, a caribou or reindeer, a hare, a harp seal, and polar bears.

Free printable arctic polar animals to color and use for crafts and animal learning activities. A coloring page set and a colored animal set include an arctic fox, a caribou or reindeer, a hare, a harp seal, and polar.

I don't know about you, but I won't be venturing with my kiddos to any polar regions anytime soon. However, that doesn't mean I can't bring polar bears, walruses, penguins, seals, and giant icebergs to them.

You can take your preschooler and tot on a polar expedition too with my polar region .- Find favorite fiction and nonfiction polar animal books in this book list with free printable book list and writing activity for preschool and kindergarten.

More information Learn about polar bears, sea lions, penguins and more with these fiction and nonfiction books about polar animals.Ice! Poems about Polar Life book.

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Funny poems paired with intriguing facts introduce young readers to the fascinating creatures that live in Earth's polar regions. A Kirkus Reviews Best Book of the Year! The remote North and South Poles-- which poet Douglas Florian calls our Earth refrigerator-- are home to a wide variety of unusual, rarely-seen creatures including caribou, penguins.