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Plant Facts

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Learn all about plants one fact at a time! Explore plants from tiny buds to towering trees--and everything in between. Along the way you'll get to know the plants that cover our world. Colorful illustrations paired with engaging photos make fact-o-graphics fun!

 
Interest Level Grade 1 - Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 2
BISACS JNF037030, JNF051080, JNF051000
Genre Beginning Readers, Illustrated, Nonfiction
Copyright 2022
Publisher Bearport Publishing
Series Fact-o-graphics!
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Dimensions 7.75 x 7.75
ISBN 9781647479947
Title Format Paperback
Dewey 581.3
Guided Reading Level P
Lexile Reading Level 620
Author William Anthony
 

Arlington I.S.D. Review of Plant Facts

Learning about plants is essential in the lower grades, so the plant information in this book provides lots of information— one fact at a time. It begins talking about plant-life with clear and simple explanations, moving to flowers, trees, grasses, underwater plants, and plants in other various environments.

I love the comparisons presented, like a large tree in Africa that weighs “the same as 15
African elephants”. Most of the information is cleverly presented in color text boxes.

This is a small book from Fact-o-graphics! series. Like all the other books in the series, it was composed with Shutterstock photos and pictures, so the colors are vibrant and very attractive. I can see how this book will be the favorite of all those future scientists. I am very curious about the other titles in the series.

SLJ Review of Fact-o-graphics!

Using colorful illustrations and inset photos, this series presents basic facts for early readers. A section on the five senses, for example, uses small photos of foods to highlight the five categories of taste. A general statement introduces each spread’s topic and text boxes provide additional information. Everything from seasons to microhabitats is shown, labeled, and explained. Readers learn that a baobab tree holds enough water for 650 baths or the Reykjavik has the longest day of any town on Earth. A table of contents and index make it easy to locate specific points of interest. Vocabulary words appear in bold print and are defined in the glossary. Each book also includes a section on extremes or record breakers, like the largest human feet or a tree that weighs as much as 15 African elephants. VERDICT: Chunked text and abundant visuals make this series accessible to early readers.

SLJ Review of Fact-o-graphics!

Using colorful illustrations and inset photos, this series presents basic facts for early readers. A section on the five senses, for example, uses small photos of foods to highlight the five categories of taste. A general statement introduces each spread’s topic and text boxes provide additional information. Everything from seasons to microhabitats is shown, labeled, and explained. Readers learn that a baobab tree holds enough water for 650 baths or that Reykjavik has the longest day of any town on Earth. A table of contents and index make it easy to locate specific points of interest. Vocabulary words appear in bold print and are defined in the glossary. Each book also includes a section on extremes or record breakers, like the largest human feet or a tree that weighs as much as 15 African elephants.

VERDICT Chunked text and abundant visuals make this series accessible to early readers.

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