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Is a Blue Whale the Biggest Thing There Is?

by Robert E. Wells

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A nice concept book on relative size. Useful for units on measurement or the solar system (the book quickly moves from comparing living things to discussing outer space.) ( )
  Turrean | Feb 15, 2014 |
Genre: Informational

Summary: This book compares the size of a Blue Whale to the size of our universe.

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  royabdunnur | Feb 8, 2012 |
This book compares whale parts to things in the world. For example the weight, length, diet are compared to Mt. Everest, earth, universe, Milky Way and the Universe.
  Mollyphillips | May 30, 2011 |
factual knowledge about blue whales combined with math quantities.Great explanations and visuals.
  kag026 | Apr 21, 2011 |
This is a great book for students! Teachers can use this book around a unit to teach students about whales and informational facts. Great illustration and fun facts about whales. To find more information on Robert E. Wells and his books visit the website http://www.jacketflap.com/persondetail.asp?person=132652. This is a great resource filled with information on the author and many of the books he has written. ( )
  mcjones3 | Apr 12, 2010 |
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Illustrates the concept of big, bigger, and biggest by comparing the physical measurements of such large things as a blue whale, a mountain, a star, and the universe.

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