A gorgeously illustrated nonfiction book about the polar bear, this is a factually accurate as well as poetic exploration of polar bear bodies, habits, and habitats. Working in a painterly, expressive way, Jenni Desmond creates landscapes and creatures that are marked by atmosphere and emotion, telling a story about bears that engages the reader"s interest in amazing facts as well as their deep sense of wonder.
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In this book, a mother polar bear, who has waited in her den for the birth of her twin cubs, teaches them how to hunt and to recognize danger. When they are grown, they set out on their own. Polar Bears by . An introduction to polar bears. Anatomy Simple polar bear anatomy. Fur and Skin Polar bears have thick insulating fur and blubber. Habitat and Range Polar bears live in the Arctic. Diet Seals are the mainstay of the polar bear diet. Reproduction Polar bear cubs are usually born as twins. Polar Bear Quiz Answer questions about Polar Bears. This book is about a range of zoo animals and their distinctive polar bears can hear a roaring lion. The lion can hear a hippopotamus snorting in his hippopotamus can hear a flamingo fluting in his ear. The flamingo can hear a zebra braying in his ear. The sounds are being imitated by the children for the zoo keeper/5. Polar bears are among the most majestic and unique creatures on Earth. But their existence is threatened, not by other animals or the harsh conditions in which they live, but by humans. In this book, readers learn how humans are endangering these beautiful animals, even from thousands of miles away.
The little polar bear is a lovely story suitable for children in reception or KS1. Children would enjoy having the story read to them or more able Lars is a young polar bear whose story starts when his father takes him out on a hunting trip/5. About the book. The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened explains why the catastrophic decline in polar bear numbers we were promised in failed to materialize. It’s the layman’s story of how and why the polar bear came to be considered `Threatened’ with extinction and tracks the species rise and fall as an icon of the global warming movement. About the Author Mark Newman's work has appeared in most major publications, including Newsweek, National Geographic, and Life. He has provided photos for two books published by Facts on File; Polar Bears is his first book for children. He lives in Anchorage, Alaska/5(18). Honorable Mention, National Outdoor Book Awards The polar bear, king of the Arctic, is one of the world’s most recognizable animals. Images of the majestic beasts roaming across the ice cap, plunging into frigid waters, and playing with furry cubs have come to .
Nonfiction Books About Polar Bears. Polar Bears – Full of fascinating information, this book explores the world of the polar bear on land and under water. National Geographic Readers: Polar Bears – With their beautiful white fur and powerful presence, polar bears rule the Arctic. These majestic giants swim from iceberg to iceberg in chilling waters, care for their adorable cubs, and are threatened by global . Polar Bear Polar Bear, What Do You Hear. Audio/Video book by Justin Brannick. Ricardo Laranja A Music Engineering and Technology @ IUPUI. Polar Bear, Polar Bear What Do You Hear? The sequel to Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? About the story: The repetition and colorful illustrations in this classic picture book by Bill Martin Jr, make it a favorite of many children. On each page, we meet a new animal who helps us discover which creature will show up next. Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? by Carle, Eric () Board book. out of 5 stars 1. Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? Board Book. Bill Martin Jr. out of 5 stars Simple First Words Let's Talk. out of 5 stars Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Roger Priddy's love for children's early learning has led him Cited by: