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Big World, Small World (Planet Earth)

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Based on the award-winning BBC series!

The Earth's habitats range from the icy polar regions, where temperatures never rise above the freezing point, to bone-dry deserts where rain never falls. Some of these habitats are kinder than others.
Yet even the harshest environments have something to offer-and if there is any benefit to be had, an animal will learn how to take adva
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published April 15th 2009 by Scholastic Inc.
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Mar 08, 2010 rated it really liked it
This picture book for third grade and up is filled with many unusual animals from large to small. The book goes through 10 different habitats and gives facts about a few unique animals that live there. This was a popular read aloud with my third graders because on every few pages there was a planet quiz question for them to try to answer. Amazing pictures and many facts that you might not want to know keep you going in this book. It would be a difficult read for struggling readers because of the ...more
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