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Tracking Animals

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This book discusses four different cases in which scientists have tracked animals to study their behavior. Readers get to eavesdrop on the secret sounds made by elephants, follow an orphaned sea lion pup after it is released back to the wild, travel the world in search of insects, and follow the lives of snakes and lizards in southern California.
Paperback, 48 pages
Published December 31st 2005 by Children's Press(CT) (first published September 2005)
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Kara Wyatt
Dec 09, 2012 Kara Wyatt rated it liked it
Go on an imaginary journey and hear the unthinkable. What noises do elephants make? Is that the only noise they make? Travel along and eardrop on the unique unknown noises of elephants.

My favorite thing about this book was the glossary at the end of the chapter. This is a great tool in the classroom to teach new words and their meanings. Also, the fact that they are true tales makes it even better!
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Kirsten is a native New Yorker. After college, where she majored in English and minored in Child Development, Hall taught preschool and then Kindergarten while studying Early Childhood Education in NYU’s masters program. Her first easy reader book was written (and published) when she was in the 7th grade. Since then she has written approximately 150 early reader and chapter books for children, on ...more
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