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A Stickler on Stilts: A Zoo Animal Mystery
This title covers these subjects: Birds., Birds -- Behavior., Flamingos.
A Stickler on Stilts: A Zoo Animal Mystery
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A Stickler on Stilts: A Zoo Animal Mystery

Who is this book about? It's a mystery! One lagoon-loving zoo animal gives you clues about its life, its home, and its young. Can you solve this stickler on stilts?

 
Dewey598.3'5
  
Reading LevelGrades K-1
Interest LevelGrades PreK-2
GRLI
Early Intervention Level15
  
  
ISBN978-1-4765-1903-6
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandPebble Plus
Copyright2011
  
Page Count24
LanguagesEnglish
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List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price
$39.99
 


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Science & Children Magazine - Juliana Texley

"This book is like a long series of riddles. A "mystery" animal is described in primary text, which is accompanied by large, double-page photos. From maps and habitat descriptions to selected photos of body parts (like long, skinny legs) students are gradually led to discover the flamingo. The book has accurate content and interesting facts. Some students who are reading at the book's level may not have the background to do the required guessing. For that reason, a second reading might be far more valuable. Adaptations like the "long skinny legs" or pink feathers deserve plenty of discussion. Teachers and students can use the online resource "Fact Hound" or one of the three text references to find out more." - Science & Children Magazine

January 1, 2011

Gillia  M. Olson

Gillia M. Olson

Gillia Olson has been involved with children's literature for 15 years and a cat owner for her entire life. Her current cats, Stimpy and LeRoy, frequently get up close and personal, even when she doesn't appreciate it. Gillia lives in Mankato, Minnesota, with her cats, dog, husband, and daughter.

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