Rosen Publishing

The Life Cycle of an Owl
 
Library Bound Book
ISBN:
9781435828339
© Year
2009
Reading Level:
Grade 2
Interest Level:
K – Grade 5
GRL:
J
At Level Resource
Pages:
24 pp.
Size:
8" x 9"
Binding:
Library
Language:
English
Features:
Full-color Photographs, Glossary, Index, Further Reading, Web Sites
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The Life Cycle of an Owl


By Ruth Thomson

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The large round eyes of the barn owl will mesmerize your readers as they learn important Life Science concepts. Readers see a complete life cycle, from egg and weekly development as owlets to the powerful, prey-catching fowl.



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Book Review: The Life Cycle of an Owl
"Each title describes an adult's key physical characteristics (major body parts are labeled in the accompanying photo); the quest for a mate; egg production; hatching of young; and stages from crab larva or owl chick to adult. "Crab" also describes the crustacean's feeding habits, molting, natural enemies, and defense mechanisms, while "Owl" provides more detail on the development of the chicks... Thomson's titles, with their easily accessible format, and clear texts and photographs, will appeal to both browsers and report writers."
—Karey Wehner, formerly at San Francisco Public Library, School Library Journal

Can also be purchased as part of:

  • Learning About Life Cycles: Set 2

    Library Set
    • ISBN: 978-1-4358-3010-3
    • Reading Level: Grade 2
    • Interest Level: K – Grade 5
    List Price: $113.00 S&L Price:$84.75
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