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Know It Alls - Bears

Know It Alls - Bears
Know It Alls - Bears
Average: 4.5 (2 votes)

 As part of the unique, early-science Know-It-All! Series that features  stunning covers and engaging texts, this book puts the spotlight on Bears! Learn all about how they look, where they live, their babies, how they change as they grow up and more. Awesome life-like illustrations and informative stat boxes make this 24-page book fun and exciting for children aged 4 and up! 

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Pages: 26
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Educational, Environment
Features: Illustrations, Music, Photos, Narrations, Sounds
Keywords: animals, science, fun, educational, childrens book, ebook
Date Added: August 25, 2015
B E A R S T hese large fierce land animals usually live alone But a little girl named Goldilocks once found three of them living together  What are they Hint turn the page to find out  Theyre Bears Are bears really tame No They are wild animals But like people they are mammals which means they nurse their young with milk Bears walk on four legs like dogs but they can stand up straight and walk like you and me for short distances Each of their big paws has five sharp claws to grab dig and climb i t Y o u m a y n o t s e e b u t b e a r s h a v e a I t s v e r y s h o r t l t a i a n d s t u m p y  Their powerful jaws have four extra long extra sharp teeth called canines Bears have excellent hearing and a great sense of smell Body Par ts Thick fur Big paws with sharp claws Stumpy tail Small round ears Big teeth and powerful jaws  Where do bears live They live all over the worldexcept for the continents of Africa Australia and Antarctica Brown Bears live in the mountains and forests of America Europe and Asia Some Brown Bears are called Grizzly Bears because of their grizzled or graytipped fur  The Australian Koala is often mistaken for a bear Believe it or not Koalas are related to kangaroos and opossums The biggest bears of all Kodiaks are Brown Bears Kodiak bears live in Alaska  There are two kinds of Black BearsAmerican and Asiatic American Black Bears are the most common bears in North America They can run very fast and are great treeclimbers Asiatic Black Bear American Black Bear Asiatic Black Bears live in the forests of Asia They are also called Moon Bears because they have a moonshaped mark on their chest