Superlative Birds

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Peachtree March 2019
Curriculum
  • Language Arts Curriculum
  • Science Curriculum

Explore the fascinating world of superlative birds―from the bee hummingbird, the tiniest bird in the world, to the peregrine falcon, the fastest creature on Earth. Ever wonder which bird has the loudest voice? Which one builds the biggest nest or has the most feathers? Get to know all about the best and brightest―and smelliest!―denizens of the bird world with this collection of nonfiction science verses. You won’t need your binoculars to observe the superlative characteristics of these avian wonders. Author Leslie Bulion includes a science glossary, notes on poetry forms, and resources for information about these extraordinary birds in the back of the book. Witty drawings by Robert Meganck add another layer of fun to this humorous and informative gallery of the world’s most accomplished birds.---from the publisher

56 pages                       978-1561459513                         Ages 8-11

Keywords:  humor, nature, zoology, birds, informational picture book, comparing, information, poetry, science, STEM, 8 year old, 9 year old, 10 year old, 11 year old, Science Curriculum, Language Arts Curriculum

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