Amphibians

Individual Title: $22.95 List / $16.95 Library
Reading Level: Level 3
Interest Level: K-3
Author:Kari Schuetz
Copyright:© 2013
ISBN:9781600147715
Summary:

Some animals lead a double life. First, they pose as aquatic creatures, breathing through gills and using tails to maneuver underwater. Then they exchange these features for legs and lungs to live on land. Learn about frogs, toads, salamanders, and the other amphibians known for their dual lifestyle.

Bellwether Level:Level 3
Guided Reading Level:K
Page Count:24
ATOS:3.1
AR Points:0.5
AR Quiz Value:154004
RC Level:530
RC Quiz:Q58556
RC Points:1
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