See Me Grow

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Scholastic Inc., 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Emergent Reader. Bright and engaging first information print and digital books, specially designed for children learning to read.

See Me Grow is packed with animals growing up from baby to adult. Recognizable animals, such as puppies and elephants, are combined with more unusual babies, such as baby bees and strange shark eggs. Every animal group is covered, whether mammals or egg-layers, and unconventional life cycles such as tadpole to frog and caterpillar to butterfly are also featured. Great pictures, clear layouts, simple words, and word-picture relationships make these books perfect for children first encountering information books and reading. Vetted by literacy experts.

Each Emergent Reader Digital Companion Book Features:

  • 16 pages of additional content
  • 10 illustrated dictionary entries
  • 10 audio features
 

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About the author (2012)

Penny Arlon is an author who writes children's non-fiction, taking inspiration from her children. Her books range from pre-school to family reference, and include the Art Attack books, based on the award-winning CITV children's television programme, and all 14 titles in Dorling Kindersley's Eye Know series.