Spider Facts For Kids 9-12 by Cindy Bowdoin

Spider Facts For Kids 9-12

By Cindy Bowdoin

  • Release Date: 2014-05-05
  • Genre: Animals
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Description

Meet The Master Spinners!

Spider Facts For Kids is an engaging spider facts book for kids age 9-12

Learn all there is to know about spiders. Explore the fascinating world of these master spinners!
Children's book author and educator, Cindy Bowdoin, presents Spider Facts For Kids. Discover the world of spiders and see them up close with high quality pictures optimized for the iPad.

In Spider Facts For Kids you will learn about:

Where Spiders Live
What Spiders Eat
How Spiders Make Webs
How Spiders Use Camouflage
How Spiders Hunt
What Eats Spiders
Tarantula Spiders
Wolf Spiders
Jumping Spiders
Black Widow Spiders
And More

Optimized Images

With images optimized for iPad devices, Spider Facts For Kids brings large size pictures to life with a double tap of the image. You can change to scrolling view by tapping “aA” > scrolling view and tapping the button icon. This will give a larger canvas for the pictures.

How Pictures Enhance Learning

Children love pictures. Good visuals create an enhanced learning experience which fosters increased reading comprehension and retention. Spider Facts For Kids is a book that has large, high quality pictures that anyone can enjoy.

About The Red And Blue Series
The red and blue series for different age levels is easy to recognize by the red and blue spine and flags on the book cover. 

Red Series Nonfiction books for kids are for children ages 9-12. This series is full of detailed and interesting facts and pictures about animals that will help children to respect and appreciate the world around them. 

Blue Series Nonfiction books for kids are for children ages 6-8. This series has similar information as the red series, but with different pictures and less detailed, easier to read text to hold a young child’s interest.

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