I Notice Animals in Fall
From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Observing Fall
In fall animals prepare for a long, cold winter. Readers will learn how squirrels, bears, geese, and butterflies change and get ready for winter. This book encourages readers to observe the world around them and identify those things in nature that point to changing seasons. Through imagery and text, readers will observe many different animals as they migrate, hibernate, and navigate the changing seasons.
|Interest Level||Kindergarten - Grade 2|
|Reading Level||Grade 1|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Brand||First Step Nonfiction|
|Imprint||Lerner Publications ™, LernerClassroom|
|Number of Pages||24|
|Reading Counts! Level||2.1|
Author: Mari Schuh
Mari Schuh's love of reading began with cereal boxes at the kitchen table. Today Mari is the author of hundreds of nonfiction books for beginning readers, covering topics from tomatoes to tornadoes. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and still enjoys a big bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios. Learn more about her at marischuh.com.
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First Step Nonfiction — Observing Fall
Take readers on a virtual autumn nature walk with these appealing informational texts! Readers will examine a wide range of curricular topics from size, shape, and color to various animal traits and categories of autumn crops while observing nature in the fall. View available downloads →
“These titles will encourage students to not only engage with the books but with the world around them as well. . . . [A] starting point for fall-related activities.”—School Library Journal, Series Made Simple