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A Koala Is Not a Bear! (Crabapples)

by Hannelore Sotzek

Series: Crabapples

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0865057397, Paperback)

Created by Bobbie Kalman, author of more than 180 bestselling children's books, Crabapples are "starter" non-fiction books for primary students. Each entertaining book features fascinating, easy-to-understand information along with awesome full-color photos and illustrations on animals, sea life, machinery and many other subjects kids are curious about. They also contain the all-important glossary and index young students need to do reports.

Features:
-- "Starter" non-fiction for younger readers
-- Large-size photographs and simple, easy-to-understand style
-- A multitude of subjects that fascinate children

Did you know that the koala is not a bear? A relative of the kangaroo, this cuddly looking creature is actually a marsupial. Fun facts and full-color photos explain everything from koala bodies and babies to food and behavior

Other topics include:

-- the koala family tree

-- koala night life

-- growing up in a pouch

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:36 -0400)

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Briefly discusses the physical characteristics, behavior, and habitat of the Australian marsupials that are mammals but not bears.

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