Kiley Ellis's Reviews > Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature's Survivors

Ubiquitous by Joyce Sidman
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Jun 21, 2012

bookshelves: children-s-literature

audience: This book would be best for students in grades 2-5. This book would be a good choice for students that are interested in animals, biology, and the history of animal and plant species.

appeal: This book is full of facts about animals and plants, and how they have adapted and survived since the beginning of time. To accompany the facts this book also contains poems written about the different animals and plants. The books also contains text features that are appealing to students. The illustrations are very life like and represent the books content well. Although students would not have to read the book from front to back, this non-fiction book is written in a way that can be read front to back in a story like manner.

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