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The Freshwater Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta's Alphabet Books) (1996)

by Jerry Pallotta

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How many people can say they know a lot about fish and their habitats? "The Freshwater Alphabet Book" informs children if the various kinds of fish and other animals that live in freshwater. This characteristics of each fish and animals is also talked about. One can also learn how these animals survive in the wild, unique facts about each animals, and some legends that are still around to this day. Who would have thought learning about fish and other water animals would be so fun and exciting? Come learn as much as you can so you can share all of your new found knowledge with someone close to you. Come join the adventure while "The Freshwater Alphabet Book" takes you on a journey one will and could never forget! ( )
  klsulliv | Sep 11, 2011 |
Pallotta has written 20 or more alphabet books that are interesting
and factual. many are simple non-fiction nature books like this one.
Interesting facts are presented about freshwater life. For example, I
is for Iceworm, a creature that lives in frozen water. An O is for
Oscars who are fish that live in freshwater aquariums. These fish are
believed to follow people as they walk around the tank.

The book is appropriate for third-fourth graders to read
independently, but other grades could use the book for research
projects or just for interesting information.

The website is www.jerrypallotta.com and has beautiful pictures of all of the author's books in
section on the site. Another section is interactive where a Hangman
game is presented based on facts from some of the books. ( I will send
website in another e-mail)
  earobinson | Sep 14, 2009 |
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This book is dedicated to my children, Justin, Alec, and Julia, and their awesome mom, Kathleen.
-- David Biedrzycki
The elusive Q fish was discovered through research by Eric Falconer and Gail Huber's students at Central Elementary School in Allison Park, Pennsylvania, and Travis Chambers and Mrs. Newcomer's third graders at Richland Elementary School in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania.
--Jerry Pallotta
Peggotty Beach, 1996
In case you kids are wondering, Biedrzycki rhymes with Icky! (The e and the z are silent.)
Oops, we forgot to thank Ichthyologist H. J. Walker!
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A is for Amazon River Dolphin.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0881069019, Hardcover)

Come and take a swim with freshwater creatures from around the world! Meet a fish that has no eyes and one that has four of them. Get to know an eel that carries enough electricity to light up a light bulb and a glacier-dwelling worm with blood that works like antifreeze.

Jerry Pallotta has done it again! The acclaimed alphabet-book author has joined forces with David Biedrzycki to create an exquisite and informative introduction to freshwater dwellers.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:05:40 -0400)

An alphabet book which presents facts about freshwater plants and animals.

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