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Briefly introduces goldfish, and describes their origins and how to care for them.
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PreS-Gr 2-With about 10 short sentences each, these volumes contain solid information. For example, readers learn that a group of rays is called a fever; jellyfish and sea stars "are not true fish"; male sea horses give birth; all clownfish are born male; and the first goldfish were silver. On each spread, one or two sentences face a colorful, clear photo. Each book displays at least one human with the subject, which makes for good, visual size comparison. Half of the titles end with a similar sentence: "Sea Stars are cool!" (as are clownfish and rays). The three-word glossaries use photographs instead of language for definitions. The short indexes in every title are useful only for introducing youngsters to how to use one. Despite a printing flub in Sea Horses, these are basic and attractive introductions for beginning readers and prereaders.α(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journal. LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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