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A Cool Caper: A Zoo Animal Mystery
This title covers these subjects: Penguins., Birds -- Behavior., Birds.
A Cool Caper: A Zoo Animal Mystery
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A Cool Caper: A Zoo Animal Mystery

Who is this book about? It's a mystery! One ice-sliding zoo animal gives you clues about its life, its home, and its young. Can you solve this cool caper?

Reading LevelGrades K-1
Interest LevelGrades PreK-2
Lexile Level450L
AR Points2
AR Quiz #508168
Early Intervention Level15
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandPebble Plus
Page Count24
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price

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Booklist, "Unpacking a Standard: Series Nonfiction and the Common Core" - Julie Green

"The Zoo Animal Mysteries titles begin by giving facts and partial photographs about a variety of animals. As each volume continues, readers are given more information so that by the end they can identify the mystery animal. After reading through this title, have students use the clues to try to identify the animal and state the evidential facts they used to come to that conclusion. Then have students create their own informational texts about an animal of their choice, modeling the approach in these books. They must first identify their main topic and then research the supporting details. When they write the text, however, they will give the details first and reveal the main topic at the conclusion." - Booklist, "Unpacking a Standard: Series Nonfiction and the Common Core"

October 1, 2012

Martha E. H. Rustad

Martha E. H. Rustad

Martha E. H. Rustad is the author of more than one hundred nonfiction children's books, on topics ranging from baby ducks to black holes to ancient Babylon. She lives with her family in Brainerd, Minnesota.

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