This fold-out pocket guide showcases a dozen endangered species such as the Siberian Tiger and Iberian Lynx. There is also a glossary and world map that shows where these animals live.
Not only are the illustrations excellent and the content good, you can use this book as a diorama!
Since this is a two-sided fold out, readers need to have access to both sides (six animals on each side).
My friend used this book with her students as part of a classroom display and endangered animals unit and they loved it.
The text was informative and the pop-up illustrations were excellent.
This is an interactive nonfiction picture book for elementary students.
There is lots to learn about each of these species and their habitats. To help add visual context, grab a globe or world map to locate where these animals live.
8 and Up
4 to 8
Shared with a Third Grade class.
Buy! Kids who love animals will like being able to use the book as a display. Parents, homeschool parents, and teachers will also find the information engaging and valuable.