First, the reader learns how many snakes in the world. Second, snakes can move without any legs due to the fact that snakes have more bones in their backs which allows them to glide on the ground. In addition, the audience learns a lot about snakes and how they live. Third, snakes have to use their senses to help the find their prey and to avoid hazardous animals. The senses a snake has to use includes sense of smell, hearing, and sight to catch their prey.
Additionally, a snake can eat an animal twice its size!!! After I had read this book I had a few questions in my head: List 5 facts you learned from this book -There are approximately twenty-nine hundred different types of snakes. Why, or why not?
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What questions do you still have about this topic? Why did you want to write a book about snakes? Would you write about something else next time? I would recommend this book to only Lower School for many reasons. First, the words are really easy to understand. Second, this book is small and has too many pictures that takes up a lot of space. Thus, I would only recommend this book to Lower School.
View all 6 comments. Feb 06, Katherine rated it really liked it Shelves: 4 , 5 , 6 , childrens , zoology , nonfiction , read-in Includes glossary, no recommended reads or descriptive chapter titles no chapters at all. Still, a great foundation title. Jul 27, Donna rated it really liked it Shelves: children.
Solid, informational book about the different types of snakes. The books explains their diets, some behaviors, where they are found in the world and the fact that only a small percentage of snakes are poisonous. Apr 10, Tichina Fung-chung added it Shelves: children-s-books , science.
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Snakes is non-fictional book all about snakes! The photos are very cool and the book offers some interesting facts about snakes. This would be a great book to have in your classroom library for student to read independently, especially if your studying reptiles. Sep 12, Michael B rated it it was amazing. I think that this book was aswome.
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I learned how to tell the difrens bettwen a venemes and a nonvenemes it is cool. I have saved a snake that is haram lise. I also learned how to keach a snake with my baer hands.
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I also learnd how to yous a snake tool to is okay. Jan 07, Eric Bengtson rated it liked it Shelves: read-part. Decent full page photos across full page paragraph text with no formatting or chapters.
Good text, interesting. Apr 12, Rani rated it it was amazing Shelves: animals , children , conservation , nature , nonfiction , mentor , pb-nonfiction , science. Excellent introduction to snakes, not less scary in any case. Jan 30, Alyssa rated it it was ok. Mar 01, Najae rated it it was ok. Jun 20, Karen Probus rated it really liked it Shelves: science. Amazing photographs.follow site
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