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The Nutty Little Vulture

The Nutty Little Vulture
The Nutty Little Vulture
Reads: 
2
Pages: 
32
Average: 5 (1 vote)
5

It is time for Little Vulture to start finding his own meals. But when he ventures out on his own, he discovers that none of the food the other vultures are sharing with him is tasty. On his journey, he discovers that not all vultures are carnivores — which seems just a little bit nutty to him, too! A scrumptious book introducing the amazing world of vultures to kids!  “The Nutty Little Vulture contains pictures, predictability, and rhythm that appeal to young readers. The text structure and style lends itself tothe expansion of vocabulary and questions to develop reading and oral language function. Both emergent and developing readers can benefitfrom the lessons that can be derived from both the content and the format of this amusing, informative story. Primary teachers will love this book toincorporate in their reading and science lessons!” Nancy C. Yi, M.S. in Reading Education

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Pages: 32
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-63233-080-2
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Educational, Environment
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: vultures, nature, science, birds, environment, emergent reader
Date Added: October 7, 2017
Nautilus Book Award Winner
It is time for Little Vulture to start finding his own meals. But when he ventures out on his own, he discovers that none of the food the other vultures are sharing with him is tasty. On his journey, he discovers that not all vultures are carnivores — which seems just a little bit nutty to him, too! A scrumptious book introducing the amazing world of vultures to kids! “The Nutty Little Vulture contains pictures, predictability, and rhythm that appeal to young readers. The text structure and style lends itself to the expansion of vocabulary and questions to develop reading and oral language function. Both emergent and developing readers can benefi t from the lessons that can be derived from both the content and the format of this amusing, informative story. Primary teachers will love this book to incorporate in their reading and science lessons!” Nancy C. Yi, M.S. in Reading Education Marta Magellan and Mauro Magellan are a brother and sister team. They worked on The Nutty Little Vulture to show that all creatures, even the unpopular ones, have their purpose.