The Wolf

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Pub Date 07 Jul 2017 | Archive Date 09 Mar 2017

Description

A book with fantastic illustrations to enjoy together as a family, to learn and teach with the little ones about the life and the adaptive intelligence expressed by these magnificent animals, admired for many cultures.

Meet the wolf! See where this furry friend lives, find out what he eats, learn who his biggest enemies are and how he likes to spend his day. A book to sink your teeth into!

The second book in an informative series that brings wild animals safely into the living room. For all nature lovers ages 5 and up.

Guided Reading Level O

A book with fantastic illustrations to enjoy together as a family, to learn and teach with the little ones about the life and the adaptive intelligence expressed by these magnificent animals, admired...


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ISBN 9781605373232
PRICE $16.95 (USD)
PAGES 32

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Appropriate educational text for the age range. Great illustrations.

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This informative and educational book covers many accurate facts regarding the Wolf.

It is divided into different aspects of the animal and it's life:

* What does the Wolf look like?
* How does the Wolf fill his day?
* How do Wolves live together?
* How do Wolf cubs grow up?
* Who does the Wolf need to watch out for?
* Famous Wolves...
* The family of Wolves...
* More facts about the Wolf...
* Nice words to learn...

I found the book to be very comprehensive. A lot of people think the wolf is our dire enemy but after reading about him I think your attitude towards wolves in general will certainly soften. They live in packs, we call ours communities. They too raise families and are very good parents. They are predators because that is how they survive and are really shy around people and would rather not have an encounter of the human kind.

I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would recommend it especially for a classroom setting or school library. This is the second book in this series that bring wild animals into your living room to study. Perfect for nature lovers of all ages.

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This is the second book in the "Animals in the Wild" series. This is a good non-fiction book for young children to learn about wolves. The book uses short sections with points, facts and illustrations to share knowledge about wolves. From their birth, what they eat, what they do, family life, what they look like, predators etc. you learn facts, see little anecdotes and view visually pleasing detailed illustrations. This is a fun little book to introduce young readers to wildlife and encourage them to find out more about wolves and other animals in their family (i.e. dogs, coyotes, foxes etcetera). The back of the book includes brief facts as well as a glossary of terms used in the book. This is a great book for school libraries as well as late primary and early junior classrooms. It gives just enough information for children beginning to learn about different species and to wet their appetite for further research.

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Absolutely stunning illustrations and well-designed layout, organized by topic. Wolf habitats, how they care for their young, pack dynamics, canine relatives, protection, what they eat, and more. It's all here. There's a typo in the beginning of the book, which we presume the publisher will correct before publication. Wolves may eat plants, but not "pants." Nevertheless, a well-deserved five-star rating!

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