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National Geographic Readers: Goats (Level 1)

National Geographic Readers: Goats (Level 1)

Current price: $4.99
Publication Date: April 4th, 2023
Publisher:
National Geographic Kids
ISBN:
9781426375378
Pages:
32
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Description

Meet the original greatest of all time animal: the GOAT! Learn all about goats from what they look like, where they live, how they grow up and what they eat (hint: it’s NOT tin cans!) in this sweet Level 1 Reader on one of the cutest animals on the planet!

This Level 1 Reader introduces kids to the different goats of the world. From the furry Angora goat to the Grison's striped goat, early readers discover a goat’s different body parts from their horns to their hooves to their amazing abilities to climb rocky cliffs and hop from rock to rock!  This book is a great introduction to the biology of these adorable furry animals! 

National Geographic Readers’ combination of expert-vetted text, brilliant images, and a fun approach to reading have proved to be a winning formula with kids, parents, and educators. This level 1 text provides accessible information for kids just beginning to read on their own, perfect to encourage the scientists and explorers of tomorrow!

There’s no kidding around with this Level 1 Reader that filled with cool facts, hilarious jokes, and funny photos all about goats!

About the Author

ROSE DAVIDSON is an author, researcher, and former editor and digital producer for National Geographic Kids. She loves to write about wacky animal stories and cutting-edge science discoveries. Davidson received degrees in journalism and anthropology from Ohio State University. A world traveler, she has journeyed to far corners of the globe, including to Borneo, where she saw her favorite animal, the orangutan, in the wild.

Praise for National Geographic Readers: Goats (Level 1)

“Reliable in format and solid in execution, this series works well to introduce children of varying levels of reading comfort to nonfiction and research formats.”—<br>Maggie Reagan, Booklist