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This book is fictional but contains information. The pictures are colorful graphics that are watercolored. Ms. Frizzle and her students go on a journey to answer many of life's pressing questions such as why bees need flowers, what plants eat, and how a plane stays in the air. The questions are always answered and the reading level is 3rd or 4th grade because the content is fairly difficult with big words. This book is connected to science because it talks about insects, plants, cold-blooded animals, force, sounds, desert, and habitats. ( )
  ceoliver | Jan 30, 2009 |
This book is a fictional story with information included. The art in this book is graphics painted in water color. The content of this book follows Ms. Frizzle and her class on an adventure aboard the magic school book to find out why bees need flowers, what plants eat, and how a plane stays in the air. The reading level of this book is around 3rd or 4th grade. The curricular connections included are: science, friction, insects, cold blooded animals, force, sounds, desert life, habitats, and plants.
  eakoepke | Jan 30, 2009 |
This book is informational and fiction. The illistations in this book is graphics because they look like cartoons. This book is about how Ms. Frizzle's class gets on the magic school bus and learns about why bees need flowers, what plants eat, and how a plane stays in the air. She also answers alot more questions in the book. The reading level is third or fourth grade. The curricular connection is science because it is about insects, cold blooded animals, force, sounds, desert, habitats, and plants.
  meallen1 | Jan 30, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439043328, Paperback)

Do you know why bees need flowers? Or what plants eat? Or how a plane stays in the air? Well, Ms. Frizzle's class has all these answers and more! So hop aboard the Magic School Bus with Ms. Frizzle and the gang, and have all your questions answered! From an episode of the animated TV series produced by Scholastic Productions, Inc.. Based on THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS books written by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Bruce Degen.

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Do you know why bees need flowers, or what plants eat, or how a plane stays in the air? Well take a field trip with Mrs. Frizzle's class and have all your questions answered!

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