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Everyone loves to watch them play, climb, cuddle, and chew. But careful, they can scratch toojust look at that tree! But careful, they can scratch too—just look at that tree!
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Nov 14, Mariah Roze rated it really liked it. Love National Geographic! This is helping me with my animal unit in science : The perfect reading level for my students!
I loved it. I loved its jokes and facts. The one that made em laugh so hard was " What do you call a panda who knows everything" "A pan-duh.
View 1 comment. Nov 28, Alexis Caudill rated it it was amazing. Book summary, in your own words 3 pts Pandas, a National Geographic Kids book, is a fact book all about pandas.
It talks about the life of a panda, the different kinds of pandas, how much they weigh, and much more. It has tons of facts and brief definitions of words in the book.
It was a very cute book with cute pictures. Grade level, interest level, lexile 1 pt This book would be great for kindergarteners through 2nd graders.
It is super easy to read and extremely cute. Appropriate 1. Appropriate classroom use subject area 1 pt I would use this book during the reading part of the class and when we talk about animals.
Individual students who might benefit from reading 1 pt Students interested in pandas would love this book.
Small group use literature circles 1 pt I do not think I would use this in small groups. Whole class use read aloud 1 pt This would be a book that I would have in my classroom library.
Multimedia connections audio books, movie available 1 pt There are no multimedia connections to this book. Apr 12, Alec Miller rated it it was amazing Shelves: informational.
This is my informational book! The entire book is all about the Giant Panda and the Red Panda. They go through different facts about the animals.
We read about their diet, when they have babies, where they usually live. It was super interesting. I had no idea that the baby cubs were born completely blind.
I also didn't know that there was a specific Wolong Panda Reserve in China designed to help keep the pandas safe. It's really sad that the Giant Panda and the Red Panda are going extinct.
This This is my informational book! This book will help you to get all the information straight! Did you know that the Giant Panda can not walk on their hind legs like most bears can do.
The Giant Panda is more similar to a cat or something, but they are so big. I loved the way this book looked and all the different elements.
The National Geographic organization does a fantastic job. I was excited to see that there was a Table of Contents in the beginning.
If you are a child doing a specific research project, a Table of Contents would be very helpful. As a teacher, I took the current SAT myself and got a to bring you these insights.
This isn't just the 5-paragraph stuff that you read in every other book—I'll tell you exactly what persuasive elements to look for and how to analyze them.
My high-scoring essay from the May exam is included. I share everything: what I did right as well as the subtle things I initially missed.
This book brings together everything you need to know for the ACT English section, from comma rules to tough sentence ordering questions.
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You won't find the practice exercises in this book anywhere else. This book is the only guide that gives you a proven battle-tested essay template that has been used on actual administrations of the ACT to get perfect scores of This isn't just the 5-paragraph stuff that you read in every other book—I'll tell you exactly what words and sentences to use, and they work for any prompt.
A sweet story. Children might find it hard to understand that the tiger went flying because the weight of the panda was holding down the branch he was on.
When the panda fell the branch bounced back into place sending the tiger flying through the air. Shelves: childrens-picture-books. I really loved The Quiet Book and was so excited when I found that the illustrator, Liwska, had also authored and illustrated this book.
While "Little Panda" doesn't shine quite as much as "The Quiet Book" it is still full of absolutely adorable artwork I love the tiger! Jun 01, Kristen rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens , picture-books.
This could've been an ordinary story of the lessons a little panda learned from his mama, but the dialogue and art give it such warmth and gentle character that it comes off as snug and dear, not sticky-sweet.
The book-ending parts of the grandfather and the little panda are charming, too, and nicely frame the story. Sep 01, Whirl Girl rated it really liked it Shelves: china , top-five.
The animal books are always a big hit with The Whirl Girl, and we had to have a panda book for China. I liked how this showed the natural life of a panda, but still had enough of a story for The Whirl Girl to enjoy it.
Pretty much any story of a mama and her child are popular in our house and this one had just the right amount of suspense without being scary.
Oct 14, Rachael rated it really liked it Shelves: kids-books. So cute. So very very cute. I think the story was also fairly well done, if not exactly enthralling, but I was distracted by the fact that the little panda was so adorable.
I took a poll the other night at work, and no one was able to come up with anything cuter than a baby panda. Well, one person said a baby anteater, but she was clearly wrong.
Taht's right, Kristi. You were wrong. Mar 05, Beth rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books. Really cute nice story for early elementary school kids about a little panda who sees a tiger fly.
I love the interaction between the grandpa and little panda at the beginning. The book is a little small for a large group to see the pictures.
Jun 07, Tara rated it really liked it Shelves: borrowed , children , toronto-library. Beautiful pictures. The story is fun and has the feel of a classic tale.
The pictures are not bright and so this is better for an older child rather than my 6 month old. This book is definitely worthy of purchase.
Sep 12, Rachel rated it really liked it Shelves: for-mirm-and-chad. Feb 02, Rochelle rated it did not like it Shelves: edrd I felt like the book jumped a lot and really had no plot.
The story seemed lazy and should have been longer. I will say the pictures are beautiful though! May 25, A rated it really liked it Shelves: children-read , children-animals , children-china-and-ancient-china , children-read-in , children-pandas , january.
Simple story about a little panda that was saved from the tiger by skills taught to him by his mother.
Cute soft illustrations. Children enjoyed this story. Jul 30, Jessi rated it liked it. Peaceful, lovely illustrations and a fun story.
I enjoyed this one. Feb 23, Caleb rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books. I liked the pictures a lot, and I think this is my favorite picture book featuring pandas However, I've only read two.
Feb 06, The Brothers rated it liked it Shelves: pandas , grandfathers. The story is okay. Cute, but nothing special. The illustrations of the baby panda, on the other hand, are aaaaa-dorable!
Jun 01, Kaethe Douglas rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books , read-aloud , pandas.