Tentacles!: Tales of the Giant Squid

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Random House, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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For centuries, sailors have handed down stories of the giant squid. They say this mysterious monster of the deep chases ships and battles whales. They say it can weigh up to 1,000 pounds and that its eyes can be as big as a human head! Are these stories fact or fantasy? Find out in this exciting beginning reader. STEP INTO READING: An ideal tool to help young readers master basic reading skills and progress through, the Step Into Reading range provides fun stories and bright full-colour pictures, branded with colour-coded spines to alert readers to suggested reading levels. Step 1: Preschool to Kindergarden Step 2: Preschool to Year 1 Step 3: Years 1-3 Step 4: Years 2-3 Step 5: Years 2-4

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Review: Tentacles!: Tales of the Giant Squid (Step into Reading, Step 3)

User Review  - Janice - Goodreads

Accelerated Reader Level 3.5 My Grandsons Loved this book, even before they went to school. I purchased it when 2 of my grandsons were age 3 and 4. They wanted me to read it over and over. Read full review

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good book lots of facts too Read full review


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Gene Rotberg was formerly Vice President and Treasurer of the World Bank. Iris Rotberg is Research Professor of Education Policy at The George Washington University.

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