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Dolphin Rescue (Animal Planet Adventures Chapter Books #1) (Volume 1) Paperback – February 14, 2017
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Author Catherine Nichols has created a cool story that readers transitioning to chapter books will enjoy. Kids will find lively illustrations along with photos of dolphins and other animals that can be found in the ocean and aquariums. Lots of fun facts about sea creatures and how to keep our oceans and beaches clean will keep kids engaged and wanting to help. Parents and teachers will love these stories from Animal Planet Adventures series.
Their story is told in Dolphin Rescue, the first book in the Animal Planet Adventures series. Geared towards early and reluctant readers, Animal Planet Adventures books tell a good story while also providing lots of sidebars with facts about a certain topic. In Dolphin Rescue, young readers learn about animals that live on or near the beach, aquariums, the importance of keeping beaches clean of trash, dolphins, and more. It’s an interesting combination of fiction and nonfiction that is likely to appeal to young readers who say they prefer one or the other.
Illustrations and photographs are plentiful, encouraging kids to linger over the pages as they read. And the story is just right for sensitive young readers aged 6 to 10, who may appreciate more fun than scariness in their mysteries.
The publisher provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.