Elephants of the World: Fun Facts About Elephants #ad - They are being killed for their ivory tusks, which are illegally taken for trade.
National Geographic Readers: ElephantsNational Geographic Children's Books #ad - Stomp around the african savanna, and more as you learn all about elephants! adult and child readers can learn together in this new Level 1 co-reader from National Geographic Kids, run around the forests of India, take a mud bath, full of engaging photos and fun facts.
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Elephants: A Book for ChildrenThames & Hudson #ad - Here are elephant babies playing in the dust, polo-playing elephants, elephants at bath time, families rolling in the mud, impressive herds roaming the plains, and much more. The entertaining text by david henry Wilson provides an almost encyclopedic range of facts about elephants, from why they flap their ears to how much they weigh and how much they eat.
Whether taken from the air, from underwater, or from the side of a jeep, these images will capture the imagination of any child. Familiar animals, appearing newly grand. Chicago tribune from babar to Dumbo, the elephant has long fascinated children and their parents in equal measure. 80 color photographs National Geographic Society.
Elephants: A Book for Children #ad - Thames & Hudson. Here, eighty stunning photographs encompass every aspect of the elephant’s life and world: elephants big and small, African and Asian, in the wild and domesticated, at play and at rest. Steve bloom's breathtaking photos carry this book and will keep it being reread. Steve bloom’s extraordinary photographs depict the elephants in their natural environment as well as their unique relationships with people.
National Geographic Readers: Great Migrations ElephantsNational Geographic Children's Books #ad - Thames & Hudson. National Geographic Society. Living at the furthest corners of the hot and dry sahara Desert, the very margins of where elephants can survive, hundreds of these great creatures make a dangerous but necessary journey as their main source of food and water dries up and they must go in search of more.
Battling 120-degree heat, sandstorms, and fierce thunderstorms, these amazing animals travel 35 miles a day in a race against time in search of the bare essentials of life. National geographic supports K-12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources. Visit www. Natgeoed. Org/commoncore for more information. This exciting reader follows the story of the longest and the most demanding elephant migration on the planet.
National Geographic Kids Mission: Elephant Rescue: All About Elephants and How to Save Them NG Kids Mission: Animal RescueNational Geographic Children's Books #ad - National Geographic Kids Mission: Elephant Rescue: All About Elephants and How to Save Them NG Kids Mission: Animal Rescue #ad - National geographic kids mission: Animal Rescue is a dynamic series that taps into kids’ interest in animals and their passion for saving them. Thames & Hudson. National Geographic Society. In each book, reports and tips from national geographic explorers in the field, kids discover true stories about animals and the challenges they face, and hands-on activities and rescue challenges for kids who want to help make a difference.
Elephants: 56 Fascinating Facts For Kids Volume 15CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Elephants: 56 fascinating Facts For KidsElephants are the most amazing animals. Thames & Hudson. They are the biggest and heaviest land animal on earth - strong and powerful yet also sensitive and intelligent. Although elephants live only in parts of Africa and Asia nowadays, their ancestors roamed every part of the world except Australia and Antarctica survived in many different types of habitat.
Steve robertson brings you a comprehensive list of facts about elephants, including facts about their ancestors, the different types of elephant that survive today and the food they eat. Reading a long book can often be overwhelming for a young person, but Robertson gives you important and interesting facts about elephants in 56 easy to understand segments, with many illustrations.
Elephants: 56 Fascinating Facts For Kids Volume 15 #ad - We hope the facts in our book will fascinate you and encourage you to find out more about these remarkable animals. This book is suitable for the age of 8 and above. Chapters:* the elephant's ancestors* types of elephant* the trunk* tusks & Teeth* The Elephant Family* Food & Drink* Keeping Cool* Communication & Intelligence* Assorted Elephant Facts National Geographic Society.
The Truth About Elephants: Seriously Funny Facts About Your Favorite Animals The Truth About Your Favorite AnimalsRoaring Brook Press #ad - The Truth About Elephants: Seriously Funny Facts About Your Favorite Animals The Truth About Your Favorite Animals #ad - Thames & Hudson. National Geographic Society. Did you know that an elephant's tusks never stop growing?did you know that elephants can sometimes purr like giant cats?And that they use six sets of teeth throughout their lives?Impress your friends and teachers with these facts and more in The Truth About Elephants, a wildly entertaining not to mention hilarious nonfiction picture book offering everything you want to know about this majestic animal.
Elephants Wild Animals Edition Volume 1CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Thames & Hudson. Gentle giantsExplore the amazing world of Elephants. Beautiful, color photos of these gentle giants in their natural habitat. Learn about their history and all the different parts of their anatomy that make an Elephant an Elephant!PERFECT FOR YOUNG READERSIncludes fascinating facts about their life span, their behaviors, their diet, the ways they communicate and how they survive in sometimes challenging conditions.
Do you know the difference between an asian elephant and an african elephant?Did you know Elephants can swim or that they can stay completely under water for long periods of time using only their trunks as a “snorkel”?Find out the answers to these questions and many more in "Elephants"! National Geographic Society.
ElephantsHarperCollins #ad - Join award-winning science writer seymour simon as he investigates the many characteristics and behaviors of one of the world’s most beloved animals: the elephant!From their ancient relatives, woolly mammoths and mastodons, to their amazingly versatile trunks and strong ivory tusks, elephants are some of the most fascinating animals on Earth.
National Geographic Society. Thames & Hudson. They are remarkably intelligent, demonstrate self-awareness, and feel familiar emotions like compassion and grief. With clear, this book includes an author's note, readers will learn all about the largest land animals in the world!Perfect for young scientists’ school reports, simple text and stunning full-color photographs, a glossary, and an index and supports the Common Core State Standards.
Gentle Giants - Animal Book for Toddlers | Children's Elephant Books - Edutaining Facts about the ElephantsBaby Professor #ad - Wow, look at the size of those elephants! They sure are big but they are very gentle. This book will include facts and pictures of the world’s gentlest giants. Today is the day to start reading. Use this book today! National Geographic Society. Get your child into the habit of reading even at a very young age.
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National Geographic Readers: GiraffesNational Geographic Children's Books #ad - National Geographic Readers: Giraffes #ad - Packed with beautiful and engaging photos, kids will learn all about these amazing animals. This level 1 reader is carefully leveled for an early independent reading or read aloud experience, perfect to encourage the scientists and explorers of tomorrow! National Geographic Society. National Geographic Society.
Explore the African savanna with giraffes in this exciting reader. Thames & Hudson.