What is a Fish?
It is easy to see why Living Learning Books integrates this series to their revised science curriculum! Written according to guided reading levels (O-R), each book contains detailed information presented in easy to understand language, gorgeous full color illustrations, vocabulary words in bold, and a glossary containing 'words to know' with definitions (note that not all of the bold vocabulary words are found in the glossary). Each two-page spread is generously illustrated with clear, detailed textual information. For instance, in the "What is a Reptile?" book, you see a full color photograph of a crocodile's head coming up out of water. The text under the photo states, "A crocodilian's eyes, nostrils and ear openings are set high on its head, allowing it to breathe and see, even when most of its body is under water. Membranes or thin layers of skin close the nostrils, throat, and ears so water cannot get in when the animal dives." These living science books will be a tremendous asset for any family serious about science. Evolutionary content. 32 pgs, pb. ~Deanne