Peacocks

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Lerner Publications, Jan 1, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
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With full-color, breathtaking photos and easy-to-read texts, each book in this series describes the life cycle of a plant or animal. Including a special note for adults to help reading be an interactive experience, these titles are especially useful for preschools, reading hours, Chapter One programs, primary classrooms, and upper-elementary reluctant readers. Supports the national science education standards Unifying Concepts and Processes: Systems, Order, and Organization; Unifying Concepts and Processes: Constancy, Change, and Measurement; Unifying Concepts and Processes: Form and Function; Science as Inquiry; and Life Science as outlined by the National Academics of Science and endorsed by the National Science Teachers Association.
  

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I plan in the future to have peapcoks on the ranch but this book is very basic . Its good but I need a more informed data in raising them. i will say this book is excellent for young people thank you

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I looked EVERYWHERE for a general about peacocks book or pamphlet & could not find one & then I remembered a friend of mine telling me, always check in the children's section & was she right! Every ... Read full review

Contents

Map
5
Indian Peafowl
11
A Fan of Feathers
20
Neat and Clean
32
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Page 45 - Repeat this exercise with as many entries as you like. Ask the child to point out the differences between an index and a glossary. (The index helps readers find information quickly, while the glossary tells readers what words mean.) Where in the World?

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