Anastasia Suen

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Category: beginning reader (Page 1 of 12)

Penguins!

Penguins!
by David Salomon (Author / Photographer)

Booktalk: Did you know that penguins have feathers but don’t fly? Or that their eggs are guarded by the daddy penguin? Or that they dive in the ocean for their food? Discover these facts and more, along with brilliant photographs of chinstrap penguins in Antarctica, in this captivating nonfiction leveled reader.

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It is spring
in Antarctica.
(Say: ant-ARK-tih-kuh.)

It’s STEM Friday! (STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

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Veterinarians

Veterinarians
by Quinn M. Arnold (Author)

Booktalk: A kindergarten-level introduction to veterinarians, covering their job description, the places where they work, and how they help the community by keeping pets and other animals healthy.

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Nonfiction Monday

It’s Nonfiction Monday!

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Plesiosaur

Ancient Animals: Plesiosaur
by Sarah L. Thomson (Author) and Andrew Plant (Illustrator)

Booktalk: Ninety million years ago, giant dinosaurs roamed the earth, pterosaurs flew through the air, and giant reptiles and fish hunted in the oceans. The area that is now Kansas was covered by water and one of its inhabitants was the plesiosaur–a reptile with an extremely long neck and a huge body.

This early reader about the ancient plesiosaur brings the prehistoric world of this ocean-dwelling animal to life, explaining how scientists think these reptiles lived, hunted, and became extinct. Back matter explores other reptiles both ancient and modern and provides additional print, visual, and web resources..

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It’s STEM Friday! (STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

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