National Geographic Readers: Animal Tails (L1/Co-reader) (Paperback)

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Description


Do you know why peacocks fan out their colorful fancy feathers, or how opposums hang upside-down from trees? Whether to seek attention, keep their balance, or move from place to place, animals have tails for a lot of different reasons.

Discover flat tails, curly tails, strong tails, and colorful tails of all kinds in this National Geographic Kids Co-reader. Learn all about why animals--from monkeys to opposums to ring-tailed lemurs--have tails and how they use them.

National Geographic Kids readers have been a hit in the beginning reader category, and this book builds upon that success with a new approach--parents and children reading together. With the same combination of careful text, brilliant photographs, and fun approach to high-interest subjects that has proved to be a winning formula with kids, National Geographic co-readers provide one page of adult read-aloud text and one page of kid read-aloud text on each spread, building toward a collaborative reading experience.

About the Author


ROSE DAVIDSON is an author, researcher, and former editor and digital producer for National Geographic Kids. She loves to write about wacky animal stories and cutting-edge science discoveries. Davidson received degrees in journalism and anthropology from Ohio State University. A world traveler, she has journeyed to far corners of the globe, including to Borneo, where she saw her favorite animal, the orangutan, in the wild.

Praise For…


“Reliable in format and solid in execution, this series works well to introduce children of varying levels of reading comfort to nonfiction and research formats.”—Maggie Reagan, Booklist
Product Details
ISBN: 9781426338809
ISBN-10: 1426338805
Publisher: National Geographic Kids
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2023
Pages: 48
Language: English
Series: National Geographic Readers