Engage your beginning readers with amazing, true-life science facts! This Level 2 National Geographic reader is designed for kids who are reading independently, and who are ready for longer sentences and more complex vocabulary. They'll have a blast learning about saving animal babies in this photograph-filled, easy-to-read book. 32 pages, hardcover.
These heartwarming stories of animal babies, rescued and nursed back to health by humans, will pull at the heart strings and make kids realize there's a survivor inside all of us. This reader is illustrated with adorable photographs that document these animals' recoveries. The carefully written text guarantees a successful and rewarding reading experience for level 1 readers.
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AMY SHIELDS resides in upstate New York. Amy has an irreplaceable bond with her beloved dogs, Jenny and Toby. Along with her animal companions, Amy also has two loving daughters. Professionally, Amy is known for her work in Children's Literature and has written and ghostwritten many popular children's books. The author lives in New York.
"With the double appeal of animal babies and animal rescue, this National Geographic Reader series will find a ready audience." --Booklist
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