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Penguins by Jill Esbaum


by Jill Esbaum

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In this book it discusses the animal, Penguins. It informs kids about what a penguin is and how they behave. In this book Kids learn that Penguin Families are very close and care very much about the well-being of each other.
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I enjoyed this book because it shows some cuteness in this world. It was very touching to read about the type of relationship the penguins have with each other.
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1. Have the students draw a picture of a time where their parents cared for them in any manner such as bandaging a scrape or teaching them to ride a bike.
  BethanyTaylor21 | Dec 3, 2017 |
detailed discussion of penguins through different parts of their lives (baby penguins needs, how the adults find food, where they live)
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  TUCC | Oct 31, 2016 |
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Explains how Emperor penguins manage to live, eat, and raise their young in an extremely cold environment.

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