Moles (Superpower Field Guide)

Moles (Superpower Field Guide)

# 017427

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Item #: 017427
ISBN: 9780358272595
Grades: 2-5

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Funny and fact-filled, Moles is another installment in the Superpower Field Guide series by author Rachel Poliquin, featuring full-color illustrations by Nicholas John Frith that will engage readers with witty narration and fun visual elements, inspiring readers to dig deep and see the world, both above and below ground, with new eyes.


Meet Rosalie, a common mole.The first thing you need to know about Rosalie is that she is shaped like a potato. Not a new potato, all cute and round, but a plain old lumpy potato. She may be small. She may be spongy. But never underestimate a mole.

I know what you’re thinking: moles are just squinty-eyed beasts that wreck your lawn.

You’re right! Those squinty eyes and mounds of dirt are proof that moles have superpowers. There is absolutely nothing common about the common mole.

Category Description for Superpower Field Guides:

Focusing on some of the most mysterious and misunderstood animals in the world, this series sheds light on the “superpowers” of animals that may seem ordinary or annoying. Each book covers information about how they were discovered, where they live, basic anatomy, various species, and (most importantly) their superpower. Each animal has at least one main “superpower,” or special ability that no other animal shares. The hope of this series is for the reader to appreciate these unique animals, and others, that often go unnoticed and unwanted. Each book includes many pictures and illustrations throughout and are information-filled. The back of each book includes a glossary of terms used throughout the book, as well as additional ways to learn about the featured animal. A 9” ruler is printed on the inside of the front cover for a size reference when measurements are mentioned throughout the book. 96 pgs, pb. ~ Brianna

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What toy is able to teach color and number recognition visual perception skills patience logic creativity and more? Wedgits Building Blocks! At first glance these building blocks appear to be just another set of preschool building blocks that annoyingly litter the floor waiting to be stepped on or lost However "kids" of all ages find themselves challenged to recreate the simple to difficult structures pictured on each of 42 Design cards The back of each card gives the younger crowd practice in number and color recognition as they search for the blocks needed to build the design on the other side The designs increase in difficulty making this toy a challenge for older children as well developing their perception skills and logic as they determine how the pieces fit together The pieces themselves are indestructible and easily fit together with no difficult snapping or screwing When we took the easy-to-carry Junior Tote to our homeschool co-op parents and kids of all ages could not resist figuring out the designs as well as creating some super structures of their own In our home the tote of blocks works well for my older children to engage a toddler for a few minutes while I work with another child But we have also found that toddlers of three and four are more than capable of building on their own Now that my reservations about purchasing another building blocks set have been completely smashed we are ready for the expansion sets maybe something with wheels The cost no longer scares me away either as I've seen how much everyone enjoys this great learning toy So whether you have a budding architect or little mommy-in-the-making Wedgits are highly recommended
July 20, 2010

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