DK Readers L2: The Great Panda Tale (2020)

DK Readers L2: The Great Panda Tale Laura Buller DK Readers L The Great Panda Tale Join Louise and the rest of the zoo crew as they eagerly await the arrival of a new baby panda Get to know the zoo s current pandas and find out what they eat and how they grow With longer sentences
  • Title: DK Readers L2: The Great Panda Tale
  • Author: Laura Buller
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Kindle Edition
DK Readers L2: The Great Panda Tale Laura Buller Join Louise and the rest of the zoo crew as they eagerly await the arrival of a new baby panda Get to know the zoo s current pandas and find out what they eat and how they grow With longer sentences, increased vocabulary, information boxes, and a simple index, readers beginning to read alone will enjoy reading The Great Panda Tale Written by leading children s authors aJoin Louise and the rest of the zoo crew as they eagerly await the arrival of a new baby panda Get to know the zoo s current pandas and find out what they eat and how they grow With longer sentences, increased vocabulary, information boxes, and a simple index, readers beginning to read alone will enjoy reading The Great Panda Tale.Written by leading children s authors and compiled in consultation with literacy experts, these engaging books build reader confidence along with a lifelong appreciation for nonfiction, classic stories, and biographies Supports the Common Core State Standards.
DK Readers L2: The Great Panda Tale Laura Buller

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One thought on “DK Readers L2: The Great Panda Tale

  1. Peacegal

    This is a cute book filled with appealing photographs and definite kid appeal The story is about a panda cub being born in a zoo, and I was saddened by the fact that the cub seemed to be primarily raised by zoo staff, with little contact between mother and baby This used to be par for the course in zoos, but the trend seems to be moving toward allowing parent animals to care for their young and only intervening if the young animal isn t thriving.

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