Whale Vs. Giant Squid
  • Whale Vs. Giant Squid
  • Whale Vs. Giant Squid
  • Whale Vs. Giant Squid
  • Whale Vs. Giant Squid
  • Whale Vs. Giant Squid
ISBN: 0545301734
EAN13: 9780545301732
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 28, 2016
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 8.8" L x 5.7" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

What would happen if a whale and a giant squid met each other? What if they had a fight? Who do you think would win?

This nonfiction Reader compares and contrasts two fearsome sea creatures. Kids learn about a whale and a giant squid's anatomy, behavior, and more. Book is packed with photos, charts, illustrations, and amazing facts.

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   Jam-packed with Interesting Facts
My son is in 2nd grade and he is the perfect age for this series, said Dr. Mark. Weinshall of the Cleveland Clinic. We read them aloud when he was 5 and 6 and they held his attention, but they were too long for him to read. 0 1862217 This kid's not even reading today." The entire book is spent building up to the fight, so I wish the fight itself lasted longer than 2 1/2 pages. Even in the blink of an eye, the ball is over. I do like that they are a little open-ended, Raymond said. Even if the book is over, it makes for some good discussion afterward. This is a great series for kids who like non-fiction.
   great interesting subject
Even with the internet, kids still enjoy reading.
   Great information for kids
My grandson loves them, he gets excited like he has been given the best toy. He stops what he is doing to read it cover to cover. Then shows me the next one he wants.
   Love the paperback
The book was on the tube and my son told me he wanted it because he loves whales and squids. He was really excited when he opened the box and the book was in there, he said. Not surprisingly, he's been reading it to himself. He also said that the pages are easy to turn. Brand new York is an excellent value for money.
   Too short
I was trying to find books to entertain my child during lockdown, but this didn't do it. I tend to agree because it was very short and the action was limited to just 2 pages at the end. It might be better for kids in kindergarten, however, if a parent will likely need to help them with some of the difficult words, which diminishes the independent reading value of the book. It's just that we're not that good at math.
   Informational Text
Great for Second Graders and use of informational text, vocabulary and keeping engaged to the end. Yes, I will eventually buy all the DVDs.
   So Much Learning
My son absolutely LOVES them both, and I think they're great books. It's great to be able to hold on to such a great client.
   Great book!
The second book in the series, "The Fifth," was also published this month. It's great to see the kids' faces light up when they see the unicorn. I have to admit that these two books are the most popular in my class.
   Lots of interesting facts
This is a cute educational booklet. It explains the hunt for a whale oil before the use of petroleum and even talks about the whale's echolocation system, which is used to detect explosives. It mentions that squids are mollusks and even discusses the classics, Dick Moby and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. It's pretty good for a kid's book, too.