Trees: A Compare and Contrast Book

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Trees: A Compare and Contrast Book
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Trees grow in many habitats, all around the world. Some trees are short and some are tall. Some grow in hot deserts and others grow on cold mountains. Some have leaves that are broad and wide and others are short and narrow. Some trees stay green all year round while others have leaves that change color. Compare and contrast the different characteristics of trees through vibrant photographs.

This nonfiction picture book with a cuddle factor includes a 4-page For Creative Minds section in the back of the book and a 21-page cross-curricular Teaching Activity Guide online. Trees is vetted by experts and designed to encourage parental engagement. Its extensive back matter helps teachers with time-saving lesson ideas, provides extensions for science, math, and social studies units, and uses inquiry-based learning to help build critical thinking skills in young readers. The Spanish translation supports ELL and dual-language programs. The interactive ebook reads aloud in both English and Spanish with word highlighting and audio speed control to promote oral language skills, fluency, pronunciation, text engagement, and reading comprehension.

Written by Katharine Hall
32 pg, 10 x 8.5, Ages 4-8, Grades K-3, Lexile: AD 690, F&P: M
   
Hardcover 9781628554533 $17.95  
Paperback 9781628554618 $9.95  
Spanish Paperback 9781628554694 $9.95  
EBook 9781628554939 $6.95  
Spanish EBook 9781628555011 $6.95  
Keywords:   plant parts, tree adaptations, habitats, trees as natural resources, plant & animal interactions, compare and contrast, Compare and Contrast Series
Vetters:   Thanks to Jaclyn Stallard, Manager of Education Programs at Project Learning Tree (www.plt.org) for verifying the accuracy of the information in this book.

Books in this "Compare and Contrast Series" include:

Reviews:

Hall's latest compare and contrast book covers general facts about trees, such as where they grow (in soil, rocks, or water; in forests or alone; in hot climates or cold) and different types: broadleaf, conifers, deciduous, and evergreen. - School Library Journal

Ideal for teaching nonfiction, cross-curricular, Common Core standards, "Trees" presents fascinating information about properties of trees, different environments supporting trees, and many direct and indirect ways in which trees help humans and all life systems.- Midwest Book Review

Four additional pages are included at the end of each book for enrichment. Students will be delighted to read these books as well as become intrigued to learn more about science. - Library Media Connection

Author/Illustrator Info:

Katharine Hall is a life-long nature lover and avid reader. She hopes the Compare and Contrast series will help children use critical thinking skills to explore and learn about the natural world around them. Katharine has written four books in the series: Amphibians and Reptiles, Polar Bears and Penguins, Clouds and Trees. Katharine and her husband live in South Carolina with their dogs and two mischievous cats.

 



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