Do You Know Porcupines? (Do You Know #50)



Do You Know Porcupines? (Do You Know #50) The North American porcupine possesses approximately 30,000 quills Porcupine quill tips are made of little hooks that make removing them difficult Porcupines do not throw their quills Thanks to their quills, porcupines can float on waterThis new edition to the Do You Know Series introduces young readers to everything they need to know about porcupines. Download Do You Know Porcupines? (Do You Know #50) author Alain M. Bergeron – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • Do You Know Porcupines? (Do You Know #50)
  • Alain M. Bergeron
  • English
  • 12 January 2017
  • 1554553210

10 thoughts on “Do You Know Porcupines? (Do You Know #50)

  1. Cheriee Weichel says:

    This is a kind of nonfiction book with information text at the bottom of the page and an illustrated joke at the top half The information at the bottom of the pages was great I even appreciated some of the humor at the top of the pages, but I got tired of it pretty soon On top of this, it didn t always work together When it did, it added to the readers understanding, but at other times, it is confusing For example on page 26, it says that porcupines are nocturnal animals, but then goes on This is a kind of nonfiction book with information text at the bottom of the page and an illustrated joke at the top half The information at the bottom of the pages was great I even appreciated some of the humor at the top of the pages, but I got tired of it pretty soon On top of this, it didn t always work together When it did, it added to the readers understanding, but at other times, it is confusing For example on page 26, it says that porcupines are nocturnal animals, but the...

  2. Karen Upper says:

    I really love the combination of graphic illustration with the nonfiction text below it provides a sense of humour Found this non fiction text engaging and it was easy for younger students to access Recommended for primary students

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