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Do Animals Migrate?

Series: I Like Reading About Animals!

By Faith Hickman Brynie

Animals migrate for many different reasons. Caribou migrate more than 3,000 miles each year! Read about snow geese, salmon, butterflies, and other animals that migrate. Beginning readers can get great facts, while the text for more advanced readers gives more fun and fascinating information.

Library Bound Book978-0-7660-3325-2$25.94$19.45

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". . . this book is filled with facts and action photography about an array of animals . . . Reader support is provided from the beginning to the end."

National Science Teachers Association Recommends Web site, posted April 28, 2010

"This series provides an opportunity for both new readers and more fluent readers to gather information about a popular subject—animals. Large photos with two levels of text will allow all readers to gain some level of new knowledge."

Denver Public Schools, April 16, 2010

"This is an interesting series that answers common questions children might have about animals and their lives, and the format makes it suitable for a wide audience."

School Library Journal, April 2010

". . . a good general informational text for elementary students."

Garland Independent School District, April 4, 2010

"The text is engaging and fascinating, perfect for curious young readers . . . the book’s high interest quotient and accessibility make it a fun and enriching addition to primary classrooms and school libraries."

Children's Literature

"Highly engaging and informative!"

Clark County School District, April 2010

"Each page contains text in two distinct groupings: in large-type text for early readers and in somewhat smaller, more developed informational paragraphs for more fluent readers."

Highlands Regional Library Cooperative

"The information is very simple . . . This is a good starter text."

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