A Rookery of Penguins: And Other Bird Groups

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Capstone Classroom, Jul 1, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Different animals live together in different ways. In this book, readers find out how penguins form rookeries and work together to find food and raise young. The book also explores how other birds, such as puffins and social weavers, live in groups.

 

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Contents

Contents
4
Where Do Penguins Live?
10
How Do Penguins Care for Their Eggs?
20
What Do Penguins Eat?
28
Do Other Birds Live in Groups?
36
Fact File
42
Index
48
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Jilly Hunt has over 15 years experience of educational publishing. Formerly an editor for Pearson, Jilly is now a freelance children's writer and editor. She has written more than 15 non-fiction books for children and young adults. She graduated from Oxford Brookes University with BA Honours in Publishing and History of Art. She now lives in Oxfordshire with her husband two small children.

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