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About Raptors: A Guide for Children
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Children's - Preschool-2nd Grade, Age 3-7 
READABILITY
2.8 
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48 p. ; 
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ISBN 9781561458110
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Features many layers of information. The main text provides a general survey of the defining traits of raptors. The illustrations and captions provide additional details, such as the names of different types of raptors. At the book's conclusion, each illustration is presented in a smaller format with a very detailed paragraph of explanation. As a result, the book provides options that will keep readers coming back to it for a few years.
Publisher Summary
Budding birders will enjoy finding out about birds of prey in this award-winning first guide from the creators of the celebrated About... series.

This beginner's guide uses simple, easy-to-understand language to teach children what raptors are, how they look, how they move, what they eat, and where they live.

The beautifully detailed, realistic paintings of noted wildlife illustrator John Sill introduce readers to many varieties of raptors around the world, from the majestic bald eagle of North America to the sharp-eyed secretary bird of Africa. An afterword provides more information for eager young learners.

Ideal for casual exploration as well as for early childhood and elementary science units on animals.
 
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