8 edition of Black Out!: Animals That Live in the Dark found in the catalog.
July 3, 2008
by Grosset & Dunlap
Written in English
|Contributions||Pete Mueller (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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About Black Out!: Animals That Live in the Dark. Did you know that the luna moth only flutters around at night–or that is has a wingspan as wide as a bowl of soup. This reader is packed with interesting facts about all the creepy animals that we never get to see during the daytime, like the barn owl, the blind cave fish, and the vampire squid.
Black Out!: Animals That Live in the Dark by Ginjer L. Clarke, Pete Mueller (Illustrator) introduce young readers to first words in cool 8-bit sturdy board book, packed with images of animals, View Product [ x ] close Dark Horses and Black Beauties: Animals, Women, : Penguin Young Readers Group.
Get this from a library. Black out!: animals that live in the dark. [Ginjer L Clarke; Pete Mueller] -- Find out more about animals that are awake and active in the dark. Title: Black Out!: Animals That Live in the Dark By: Ginjer L.
Clark Illustrated By: Pete Mueller Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 48 Vendor: Penguin Young Readers Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 4 ounces ISBN: ISBN Ages: Series: Penguin Young Readers Stock No: WWPages: Black Out!: Animals That Live in the Dark.
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48 p.: 23 cm In this book, find out about animals that live in the dark Accelerated Reader LG Black Out. Animals That Live in the Dark (Penguin Young Reader Lever 3) Click to open expanded view Black Out.
Animals That Live in the Dark (Penguin Young Reader Lever 3) # This series of books is great for beginning readers because they are illustrated in full color, are high-interest, and include fun, scientific information.
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Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Penguin Young Readers Group. This nonfiction book discusses animals that live and function primarily in the dark. Some of the animals discussed are the genet, the luna moth, and the blind fish cave.
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