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by Seymour Simon

  • ISBN: 1587171716
  • Author: Seymour Simon
  • ePub ver: 1916 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1916 kb
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 32
  • Publisher: SeaStar (June 1, 2002)
  • Formats: mbr mobi lit lrf
  • Category: Kids
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
epub Baby Animals  (See More Readers, Level 1) download

The SeeMore Readers series by Seymour Simon continues with the addition of four new titles. Baby Animals and Fighting Fires are Level 1 readers (preschool to grade three); Level 2 readers (grades 1-3) include Danger! Volcanoes and Amazing Aircraft

The SeeMore Readers series by Seymour Simon continues with the addition of four new titles. Baby Animals and Fighting Fires are Level 1 readers (preschool to grade three); Level 2 readers (grades 1-3) include Danger! Volcanoes and Amazing Aircraft.

Includes a collectible deck of cards.

Seymour Simon the author of over 200 science books for children. See our price match guarantee. See how a store is chosen for you. See offer details. More than half of his books have been named Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children by the National Science Teachers Association. He lives in Great Neck, New York. Pricing, promotions and availability may vary by location and at Target.

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More than half of his books have been named Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children by the National Science Teachers Association.

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As one animal sits on another in an accumulating progression, the reader learns the sounds each animal makes. These level 1 reading books for children feature short sentences, big type, and picture clues.

Provides an easy-to-read overview of baby animals and their new world around them.
Comments (7)

Uaoteowi
Seymour Simon has written over 200 science books written at children's various levels of reading skills. Baby Animals is Level 1 for beginning readers. But I am here to tell you it is not beginning readers who love Simon's books--it is pre-readers. I am a librarian for 3, 4, and 5-year-olds who love his books. They love the pictures, yes, but they love the information. I will read each page, then we talk about the content. Afterwards, I hold a short quiz which they love. A baby horse is called...A Foal! A puppy is born...Blind! Who does a duckling follow after it is born...The first thing it sees! How big is a baby rabbit at birth...That big (holding up fingers). It is amazing to behold!

As a side note: Simon works with a reading specialist and finds all the photographs from professionals to whom he gives credit. That is a great deal of work. Hats off to you, Mr. Simon, and all your 200-plus books!
Burisi
We raised rabbits for many years and have never heard a baby rabbit called a fawn. Kit or kitten is the usual term, and a brief search of the Internet did not come up with even one site that agreed with "fawn." Is fawn a non-American term for a baby rabbit, or a mistake? This makes me doubt the other information in the book. Does anyone know where he got this information? I am now very curious.
Pedar
The first thing that grabs the reader are the pictures: as with all Seymour Simon books, the photographs in "Baby Animals" are marvelous. The appealing subject of baby animals is written for very beginning readers, but it provides interesting information even at that level (great for my son who was not a big fan of Bob Books and the like). The tear-out (perforated card stock) "trading cards" at the back of the book were a fun addition.

Not quite the best book in the series (the one on firefighting comes to mind as one with more information and more appeal to my son at least), but still quite enjoyable.
Bundis
This book was actually pretty good my mom told me to try non-fiction and this is what I chose and I liked this book so this book would be a good choice for kids. This book would also be good for kids who are beginning reading and this book was easy for me and I am in 2 grade
Villo
We love this book. My daughter loves animals & learning. This book has paired great pics with information. The photographs are stunning.
Steel balls
This was exciting to teach my young boys about different types of babies. It was interesting and very appropriate for my five year old and my 21 month old loved the pictures as well.
Mopimicr
My boyish 5 year old loves this book, although he is very particular about books he chooses at the library. The pictures are so cute and not too many words so kids can concentrate on the picture.this book will be perfect to learn to read although the fonts should be much bigger
Who knew baby rabbits are not called bunnies?! I learned something new. Cute pictures of baby animals with little tidbits about them, sweet.

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