Publication Date: Oct. 31 1997 | Series: The science of living things
All types of creatures, including insects, mammals, and fish, are covered in this engaging book on the animal kingdom. Young readers will learn all the basics of kingdoms, orders, classes, and species.
A good introduction to the animal kingdom for the younger child. The text and illustrations work well together - the different "kingdoms" are introduced and simply explained -- Donna Chasse, Fort Street Elementary, Jan. 1998
The Science of Living Things series demonstrates that Bobbie Kalman and her staff have turned out yet another informative and finely produced series of books. . . . this whole series would make a welcome addition to the elementary school library -- Kay Lehr, Fort Rouge School, Manitoba, Jan. 1999--This text refers to the
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5.0 out of 5 starsGreat book for teachingApril 9 2009
By Susan T. Coker - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great book for teaching classification of animals to elementary aged students. It has all the phyla with good pictures and just enough information for this age group so they are not overwhelmed! I had lost my book so ordered another one. I can't teach classification without it!
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5.0 out of 5 starsAwesome Book!Dec 29 2013
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I loved how thoroughly yet simply this book covered Animal classification for children. It is even informative to adults who need a refresher course. I loved the use of beautiful pictures for visual learners as well. A+ for organization and clarity. My daughter who is 10 and son 8 loved it as well. We homeschool and I felt this book had more to offer than many textbooks on this subject in a fund and dynamic way. I would recommend it for any school age child.