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Night Creatures (Scholastic Reader Level 2)

by Wade Cooper

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We read this story in small groups and my kids love to read about the different nocturnal animals.
  mcalcagno | Apr 29, 2013 |
Review by 7 year old niece (posted as written):

This book is about animals who sleep in the day and are awake at night. The owl eats live mice and then yarks up the fur and bones. Cool. Bats live in caves or trees. I also knew that moths and skunks are night animals. I learned that so are foxes and cougars and badgers. I was surpride that kangaroos are. I just learned what a bush baby is. They forgot Coyotes and Possa and Racoons. They are bad at poetry. ( )
  Phoenix333 | Dec 26, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0545057973, Paperback)

Fabulous photographs, eye-catching design, and simple rhyming text constitute this Level 2 reader about nocturnal animals! Now in paperback with foil on the cover!

"My fur is long and black and white.
I walk in gardens late at night.
If you scare me, I will spray
a stinky smell. So stay away!"

Children learn about skunks, owls, moths, bats, foxes, jaguars, bush babies, badgers, and kangaroos. The text is written in easy-to-read rhymes and is illustrated with irresistible photographs. Three pages of fun learning activities are designed to both challenge and entertain new readers.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:24:34 -0400)

We are the creatures of the night. Can you see us? We are awake when you are asleep. Learn some facts about bats, moths, and other night creatures!

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