Penguin Chick

Penguin Chick An emperor penguin lays an egg on the Antarctic ice In the bitter cold miles away from the only source of food how can the chick survive

  • Title: Penguin Chick
  • Author: Betty Tatham Helen K. Davie
  • ISBN: 9780064452069
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • An emperor penguin lays an egg on the Antarctic ice In the bitter cold, miles away from the only source of food, how can the chick survive

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    1. Penguin Chick is a great book It is written very clearly, and explains the meaning of new words, like rookery, krill, crèche, and tobagganing. It is a very thorough look at a penguin's life cycle, but is short and simple enough that a child could follow along enthusiastically all the way through. It may have be overwhelming to younger children because there is a lot of information in it. My five year old son loved it! For older kids, this would be a good intro to penguins because it covers ever [...]

    2. I listened to my third grader read this book aloud. Our whole family enjoyed it. It is informative without overloading the reader with information. The illustrations are cute and enhance the text. I'm glad this is in her reading book.

    3. YES. Had more terminology than March of the Penguins. My kids learned about the penguins' brood patches, the rookery, and how dedicated their parents are to bringing them into the world.

    4. Great basic information on the life cycle of the penguin, told like a story. Pretty illustrations. Additional information is provided at the end of the book. Highly recommended for Gr. K-2.

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