National Geographic Readers Dinosaurs characters ¸ 104

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National Geographic Readers Dinosaurs characters ¸ 104 ¼ There's nothing fascinating than dinosaurs In this Level 1 reader youngsters learn all about the terrifying giants that once roamed the Earth—maybe even as close as their own backyard They'll be wowed by new information and eye popping illustrations from National GeogrEven as close as their own backyard They'll be wowed by new information and eye popping illustrations from National Geographic a trusted source of c. 35 StarsI’m not very into dinosaurs myself the kid I tutored seemed to be a big fan I read this book to him it had some interesting information If I haven’t learned about these little facts from other readings and had interest in dinosaurs may have rated this higherI’ve heard many of the informational facts before though still a nice little reminder There were photos and illustrations throughout too Not bad

Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld ï 4 characters

Hildren's nonfiction contentNational Geographic supports K 12 educators with ELA Common Core ResourcesVisit wwwnatgeoedorgcommoncore for informati. The pictures is this books were fantastic I also loved the facts that were given I learn so much new information from this short little book

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National Geographic Readers DinosaursThere's nothing fascinating than dinosaurs In this Level 1 reader youngsters learn all about the terrifying giants that once roamed the Earth maybe. This is my third National Geographic Reader this week I have to complete the goodreads reading challenge someway and what better way than to catch up on the books my kids were reading earlier this year To my surprise the uality has been all over the place I started with Sharks which was tons of fun and then I read Trains which was a steaming pile of crap; Dinosaurs sits right in the middleIt achieves what it sets out to achieve though not necessarily what it should have been achieving It's a cute uick intro to dinosaurs and palaeontology using cheesy jokes some decent artwork and plenty of bone photos to entertain its readers But the phonetic spellings of dino names are inconsistent and poor and Kathy Weidner Zoehfeld spends too much time on her personal obsessions palaeontology and the avian descendants of dinos to really embrace the world of the dinosaurs I would much rather have read a book about dinosaurs and the world we think they might have moved through than this study of the study of dinosaurs which barely brushes the dust off of the most popular dinosI think I am going to re read the Seuss books the kids read next At least those are all sure to be fun