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Mira, Un Tiburon! (Look, a Shark!) (Bumba Books en Espanol Veo Animales Marinos (I See Ocean Ani) (Spanish Edition) (Bumba Books en español: Veo animales marinos / I See Ocean Animals) (Spanish) Library Binding – January 1, 2017
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Sharks have gills and the “branquias ayudan a los tiburpmes a respirar.” Did you know that sharks can can smell their prey? They can! “¿Como puede el olfato ayuda a un tiburón su presa?” You just might be able to figure out the answer to that one when you learn about a fascinating marine animal, the shark. There are all kinds of things you’ll learn in this book from how they hunt, what colors they are, and yes, you’ll learn about those teeth!
This is a basic nonfiction Spanish book about sharks young readers will love. This large print nonfiction book is prefaced by a table of contents that will set the stage for future nonfiction texts. The layout of the book pops with photographs of sharks, including the ultra-cool hammerhead. There are small circular sidebars that ask questions that will get young readers to put on their thinking caps. In the back of the book is an index, a “Glosario de las fotografías, and a diagram of a shark listing basic body parts. There are free downloadable complementary resources on the publisher’s website.
Interest Level: Pre_K to 1
Grade Level: Kindergarten to 1
VEO ANIMALES MARINOS:
¡Mira, Una Estrella de Mar!
¡Mira, Una Medusa!
¡Mira, Una Raya!
¡Mira, Un Delfín
¡Mira, Un Pez Payaso!
¡Mira, Un Tiburón!
This book courtesy of the publisher.