Exploring an Ant Colony
From the Series Imagine That!
The mighty ant has been around since the age of dinosaurs. These hard-working insects can be found on every continent except Antarctica. Readers will discover how ants work as a team and why they’ve been able to survive so long as they explore an ant colony.
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|Interest Level||Grade 2 - Grade 4|
|Reading Level||Grade 3|
|Publisher||Red Chair Press|
|Imprint||Red Chair Press|
|Number of Pages||32|
Author: Wiley Blevins
Wiley Blevins has written more than 70 books for children, as well as created reading programs for schools in the US and Asia. Wiley currently lives and writes in New York City.
Author: Alice Boynton
Alice Boynton has 20 years of classroom experience. She is the author of numerous books for young readers and the coauthor of a series on teaching nonfiction.
Illustrator: Kathi Ember
Kathi Ember is the illustrator of many books for children. She graduated with a BFA from Kutztown University. Kathi lives with her husband, three sheep, and numerous cats in an old stone farm house near Kutztown, PA.
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As broad as a child’s imagination, Imagine That! books take readers on exciting journeys. Along the way, scientific facts about the topic are presented. Each science storybook ends with much more in Fact Files of graphs, diagrams and charts presenting the latest… View available downloads →