ISBN: 1338320262
EAN13: 9781338320268
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 1, 2020
Pages: 32
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Falcon vs. Hawk (Who Would Win?), 23

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Book Overview

What if a falcon and a hawk had a fight? Who do you think would win?

This nonfiction Reader compares and contrasts two ferocious birds. Readers will learn about each animal's anatomy, behavior, and more. Then compare and contrast the battling pair before finally discovering the winner This nonfiction series is full of facts, photos, and realistic illustrations, and it includes a range of mammals, sea creatures, insects, and dinosaurs to satisfy all kinds of animal fans.

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   My 8 y/o loves this book!
My 8yo loves this book and the entire series. He has read them all repeatedly and loves to talk through each scenario. Great customer service, Highly recommend.
   Warning: Brutal fight to the death at the end of the book
This book is good for kids who are at all sensitive, Raymond said. The first part of the book is really interesting and my kids were really into it, but at the end when the falcon brutally kills the hawk, my kids burst into tears and took a while to recover. I think that the book could have achieved its purpose without such a graphic killing at the end, he said. Yes, I know this is how nature is in real life, but it's rather violet and disturbing for a kids' book, in my view. He added that he worries it could encourage violence toward animals because it glorifies the killing at the end. I'm not a fan.
   Great books
At least a dozen have been bought by me. With a few guesses we can predict who wins and why. The other day, my son went back and reread most of them.
Even if you think so, why would you want your children to read this kind of thing? The Harrisons' book encourages a negative view of animals, which is not encouraged by the Vatican. Mr. Pallotta would not say whether he would encourage cock fighting or dog fighting. The Harrisons are notorious for saying things like, "Yuck." There are better things we can teach our children about animals, Mr. Dhaliwal said.