7 edition of Alligators found in the catalog.
Discusses the habits and behavior of the alligator and the recent efforts of conservationists to protect this fierce-looking reptile from extinction.
|Statement||Ada and Frank Graham ; illustrated by D. D. Tyler.|
|Series||An Audubon reader ; 5, Audubon reader ;, 5.|
|Contributions||Graham, Frank, 1925- joint author., Tyler, D. D.|
|LC Classifications||QL666.C925 G68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||79050671|
Follow along as Gma reads If You Ever Want To Bring An Alligator To School Don't! aloud. Note to self: If your teacher tells you to bring something from nature for show-and-tell, she does not want. Interesting facts about species of alligators, crocodiles, gharials, and caimans are presented in this photo-illustrated text. An index and a list of additional resources are also provided."Words to Know" glossary clarifies subject-specific vocabulary- "Learning More" section encourages independent study- Index makes navigating .
Tallahassee writer Doug Alderson crawls into alligator history with new book Midtown Reader will host a conversation April 23 with Doug Alderson, whose new book, "America's Alligator," was just Author: Doug Alderson. Chapter three then shows how crocodiles and alligators build nests to lay eggs. The story ends by giving examples of different species within the This photographic non-fiction book gives many examples of the similarities and differences between alligators and crocodiles.4/5.
In a book, the author Robert Daley wrote that Mr. May was dubious when his crew first reported seeing a big albino alligator and various gator colonies in the sewers. An alligator who comes to school pretending to be the teacher. But really, he is just after an easy meal. A slimy alligator slunk around the corner, h.
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The novel Alligator is more like a series of well connected short stories. The way Lisa Moore describes life in St. John’s is full,of emotions. The downside of the novel is that everyone is at their worst when we meet them. There is only one character who I wish I could sit down and have a cup of coffee with/5.
Product details Age Range: 3 - 6 years Grade Level: Preschool - Kindergarten Hardcover: 32 pages Publisher: Sky Pony (Septem ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and /5(92). Alligators All Around, along with the other three classic Nutshell Library titles (Chicken Soup with Rice, One Was Johnny, and Pierre), is the first board book edition of Maurice Sendak’s original work.
You loved Nutshell Library as a miniature collection, and these large board books will make it even easier for children to share with their grown-up by: 4. Crocodiles & Alligators, by Seymour Simon is a good book with which to become familiar with, or to begin the study of crocodilians.
Its straight-forward presentation, and information provides the reader with an overview of both animals, and how /5(24). Shirley Mozelle is also the author of Zack's Alligator and Zack's Alligator Goes to School, as well as several critically acclaimed picture books.
She lives in Tampa, Florida. James Watts is a published author and illustrator of children’s and young adult books.
He also illustrated Zack's Alligator and Zack's Alligator Goes to School. He lives in San by: 1. Listen to an alligator’s hiss and bellows.
Activity 6: Reptile Use this flap book to write about the characteristics that make an alligator a reptile. Activity 7: Reproduction Use this shutter tab book to answer questions about alligator reproduction. Activity 8: Baby Alligators Use this egg shape book to show what baby alligators look like.
Invisible Alligators is a children's e-book by Hayes Roberts. It is about an invisible alligator who has multiple things go wrong with him in one day.
He encounters many problems, and ends up missing his Algebra II class/5. Snappsy the alligator is having a normal day when a pesky narrator steps in to spice up the story.
Is Snappsy reading a book or is he making CRAFTY plans. Is Snappsy on his way to the grocery store or is he PROWLING the forest for defenseless birds and fuzzy bunnies. Is. Go to page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Back to: Children's Storybooks Online.
This is a list of fictional crocodiles and alligators from literature, folklore and myth, mascots and emblems of teams and organizations, comics, films, animations and video games.
This list is subsidiary to the list of fictional is restricted to notable crocodilian characters from notable works of fiction. Characters that appear in multiple media may have separate listings. This book is all about alligators. Alligators are reptiles and reptiles are cold-blooded animals.
This means that these animals control their body temperature by moving to a warmer or cooler place. Alligators have very powerful jaws and hunt for other animals. They spend half of their time in the water and can live in many different bodies of /5. Alligators and crocodiles are fascinating for most children.
My 3½-year-old granddaughter, Zoey, and I have been having so much fun with our alligator theme. I adore books, so I want to share some of my (and Zoey’s) favorite alligator and crocodile books. Alligators all around and not a crocodile to be found.
This classic alphabet book features a family of alligators doing the things you’d expect alligators to do: making macaroni, ordering oatmeal, and being usually upside-down. You’ll learn about how alligators are shockingly spoiled, how they never nap, and that they love bursting balloons.
Alligator Resources for Kids and Teachers. All About Alligators-- A coloring book for young people that tells all about alligators and how to live safely around them. Alligator Activity Book -- Fun facts, puzzles and games about Florida's State Reptile.
You searched for: alligators book. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search. No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can. Alligators are complex creatures, capable of terrific attacks and yet tending to their young in the same gentle way a mother duck looks after her brood.
Once extremely numerous, alligators came close to extinction in the twentieth century, but thanks to conservation efforts have since made a comeback, reclaiming their rightful place as the.
Alan's Big, Scary Teeth - A goofy and lonely denizen of the jungle has just one talent — scaring other creatures with Snappsy the Alligator and His Best Friend Forever (Probably) - Snappsy (begrudgingly!) returns in this clever and Doodle Bites - Author: Bookroo.
The Alligator Book “In the production of the Wild America television series, I have been blessed to be able to explore most of our great continent. There are no areas I have found more intriguing than the places where water meets land.
Snappsy the alligator is having a normal day when a pesky narrator steps in to spice up the story. Is Snappsy reading a book or is he making CRAFTY plans. When I tracked her down to ask her if she still wanted to be the kid in Alligator Baby she showed it to me.
And she still did want to be the kid in the book even though she is not a kid anymore. So in Kristen got Alligator Baby for her birthday all over again, only this time it was a real published book.Alligator Products Ltd, 2nd Floor, Regents Park Road, London, N3 2JX. Tel: +44 (0)20 | Email: [email protected] alligators once faced extinction.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service placed them on the endangered species list in Fortunately, the legal protection worked. Just 20 years later, American alligators were taken off the list. Brought back from the brink of extinction, over a million of these reptiles survive today.