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Penguins at Home: Gentoos of Antarctica

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Travel to a place that few people visit and discover why these birds are so perfectly "suited" in their black and white feathers to this seemingly inhospitable corner of the world -- Antarctica.
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published September 27th 1993 by HMH Books for Young Readers
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Shea Lavalier
• Interest Level: Lower Grades
• Reading Level: 6.1
• Guided Reading Level: P
• Genre: Informational Text
• Support for the genre: The book presents scientific and descriptive information about Gentoo penguins.
• Additional Genres: Picture Books, Science Informational Text

The author presents a wide variety of information about Gentoo penguins. Their physical characteristics, nesting habits, group dynamics, and much more are presented using maps, graphics, and photographs.

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Nov 29, 2010 Andrea rated it really liked it
My kids and I have been learning about Antarctica so I checked out this book to read to them. The pictures are great and they enjoyed learning about Gentoos. It was a very informative book and yet short enough to keep the attention of my five and three year old.
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