Brazil

Individual Title: $24.95 List / $18.95 Library
Reading Level: Level 5
Interest Level: 3-7
Author:Colleen Sexton
Copyright:© 2011
ISBN:9781600144745
Summary:

ld. The Amazon Rainforest in Brazil has the greatest biological diversity of any ecosystem on the planet. Students will learn all about Brazilian culture and get a glimpse into what kids do for fun in Brazil, especially discovering the country s love for soccer.

Bellwether Level:Level 5
Guided Reading Level:Q
Page Count:32
ATOS:4.6
AR Points:0.5
AR Quiz Value:139449
RC Level:840
RC Quiz:Q52283
RC Points:2
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