Giant Pandas

Individual Title: $22.95 List / $16.95 Library
Reading Level: Level 1
Interest Level: K-3
Author:Kari Schuetz
Copyright:© 2012

Giant pandas are large bears that love to eat bamboo. Only found in small numbers in China, they are considered endangered animals. In this book, young readers will learn about the look, diet, and habits of these rare black and white bears.

Bellwether Level:Level 1
Guided Reading Level:G
Page Count:24
AR Points:0.5
AR Quiz Value:146663
RC Level:510
RC Quiz:Q55150
RC Points:1
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